180° South: Conquerors of the Useless by Yvon Chouinard, Doug Tompkins

By Yvon Chouinard, Doug Tompkins

180° South takes readers backstage of the movie, 180° South, made through Chris Malloy, to benefit extra concerning the those that made the unique overland trip to Patagonia in 1968, and the repeat trip over ocean and land forty years later. The publication comprises tales of occasions and reviews that encouraged Chris Malloy, Yvon Chouinard, and Doug Tompkins to decide on paths dedicated to saving what's left of the wild global. Open it anyplace and luxuriate in the pictures by way of the world's top surf and hiking photographers Jeff Johnson, Jimmy Chin, Scotty Soen, and Danny Moder.

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There’s stuff everywhere, and maybe not a lot of room left for the photos you’re editing, especially if you have a small screen. Don’t fret: One of Elements’ best features is the way you can customize the Editor’s workspace—there’s practically no limit to how you can rearrange it. You can leave everything the way it is if you like a cozy area with everything at hand. Or, if you want a Zen-like empty workspace with nothing visible but your photo, you can move, hide, and turn off almost everything.

Go to File➝Duplicate. The Duplicate Image dialog box appears. 2. Name the duplicate and then click OK in the dialog box. Elements opens the new, duplicate image in the main image window. 3. Find the original image and click its Close button (the X or the red dot). If you have floating windows (page 26), the Close button is the standard Windows or Mac Close button you’d see in any window. If you have tabs, the close X is on the right side of the image’s tab in Windows, and on the left side on a Mac.

To combine panels, drag one of them (by clicking on the panel’s name tab) onto the other panel. When the moving panel becomes ghosted and you see the blue outline shown here, they’ll combine as soon as you let go of your mouse button. ) Bottom: To switch from one panel to another after they’re grouped, just click the tab of the one you want to use. To remove a panel from a group, simply drag it out of the group. If you want to return everything to how it looked when you first launched Elements, click Reset Panels (not visible here) at the top of your screen.

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