Your kids can learn image editing – and you don’t have to pay for expensive software. Pixlr Editor is browser-based, and FREE to use (just google it). And there’s a book, Beginning Pixlr Editor, that really helps your kids (and you), learn the program. You’ll learn image editing first hand by using the practice images with the corresponding tutorials – everything from creating simple graphics to enhancing and retouching photos. The book helps you explore layers, history (multiple undos), plus an array of powerful tools for handling almost any editing task.
Who This Book Is For:
Beginners and those with some image editing experience. Anyone accustomed to Adobe Photoshop will instantly feel at home with Pixlr Editor.
Beginning Pixlr Editor Table of contents (10 chapters)
- An Overview of Pixlr Editor
- Pixlr Editor Tools
- The Pixlr Editor Menu Bar
- Composing Images
- Improving Image Tonality
- Color Adjustments
- Photo Retouching and Repair
- Removing/Adding Elements and Background Replacement
- Artistic Effects Using Adjustments and Filters
- Creating Graphic Illustrations
You might want to check this book out. At Homeschool.com, we’ve found this book to be very helpful!
A little bit about the author –
Phillip Whitt, a freelance photo editing/restoration and graphic design professional, has been involved with digital image editing and graphic design since the 1990’s. In addition to Beginning Pixlr Editor, he is the author of Beginning Photo Retouching and Restoration Using GIMP, Pro Freeware and Open Source Solutions for Business, and Pro Colorizing With GIMP.