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    For April Hidden Power is releasing a new Hidden Power Elements newsletter (Volume 15), a new 100 tool Power Tools set (for Mac and PC), a new Hidden Power book for Elements 4 (also Mac and PC), and a new 8-week internet class on the Elements Workflow. See more on each of these below...

    *** Newsletter
    The Hidden Power Newsletter is a free newsletter for anyone that wants to visit the website--you can subscribe for free as well. The current issue covers topics ranging from Curves for Elements 4, to Buying an Image Editing Computer, Buying a digital Camera, working with color management, working in 16-bit, and much more!

    Find a link to it, and a means of subscribing here:

    *** Tools
    A new Hidden Power toolset has been released for Elements 4 that has 100 tools for Elements users. These tools include: Curves, Color Balance, Guides, Channel Mixer, Noise Reduction, RGB Channels, CMYK Channels, Luminosity and Color Separation, Snapshots, Vertical/Horizontal Alignment, Blend Mask, Highlight/Shadow mask, Custom Paths, True Duotones and more.

    You get the tools with the book, or you can purchase them separately for just $14.99:

    *** Book
    The new Hidden Power book for Elements has been re-worked from beginning to end to add about 150 pages of new material, and focus exclusively on advanced image editing techniques for Elements users. The book includes a CD that has the 100 tools from the Hidden Power set that can save you 100 steps at a click. The book organization has been overhauled to reflect the elements workflow so you can follow along to take an image from RAW to finished. The book is longer, contains more tools, and the price has dropped more than $10. Get it for only $19.99 on amazon:

    Get the book on

    *** Class
    A new Hidden Power class on The Photoshop Elements Workflow is offered from I (Richard Lynch) will be teaching the class. Participants will get individual attention. The class is designed to help users learn the whole process of working with images from camera to print in 8 weeks. The course includes looking at calibration, color management, color correction, damage correction, composition, purposing, getting a great image, and, finally, adopting a process that will help you determine workflow and get the best results every time. Seating for the class is very limited (only 27 seats left). sign up here:

    If you have any questions, please contact me:
    Richard Lynch
    [email protected]

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