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In Photoshop Elements 6 for Mac Essential Training, Ted LoCascio teaches casual photographers how to organize, edit, and share their digital image libraries using this powerful software package from Adobe. He tours the included Adobe Bridge application, used for importing and organizing photographs, and explores every feature of Elements itself. He demonstrates how to navigate the Elements workspace, which is used to correct and improve images, combine them into projects, and produce slideshows, photo books, web galleries, and more. Ted also explains how to get the most out of each editing mode, and shares tips for correcting, retouching, and sharpening photographs. Example files accompany the course.
Thanks for watching Adobe Photoshop Elements 6 for Mac Essential Training. Now that you've learned the various ways that you could organize, edit, and share digital photographs with Element 6. You can start putting these tips and techniques to good use with your own images. I hope these movies have inspired you to use the features available in Adobe Photoshop Elements 6 for Mac to their fullest potential, and don't forget the movies are always here. So if you have forgotten a certain technique and would like to review it, you can always come back to the Online Training Library here at lynda.com or return to the DVD and watch it over again.
Once again, I'm Ted LoCascio. For more on this topic check out my book, Combining Images with Photoshop Elements. You can find out more about me and all of my books, videos and upcoming seminar appearances at www.tedlocascio.com. Good luck and have fun organizing, editing and sharing your digital photos with Adobe Photoshop Elements 6 for Mac.
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