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Go beyond the automatic editing features in Adobe Photoshop Elements and find out how to make sophisticated edits using the program's Expert Edit mode. In this course, author, teacher, and photographer Jan Kabili explores the core features of the Expert Edit mode, from making exposure adjustments, retouching, and compositing images, to adding text. The course also takes a close look at adjusting photos with Adobe Camera Raw, included with Elements 11.
Thanks so much for joining me for this course, Photoshop Elements 11 Essentials: Editing and Retouching. In this course, we took a close look at the Expert edit workspace and the Camera Raw workspace, where you'll go to make your best photos shine. There's a lot more to Photoshop Elements 11, including the Organizer for managing your digital photos, sharing features for sharing your photos with family and friends online and in print, and special create features for making creative projects with your photos, everything from books to greeting cards to calendars.
To learn more about Photoshop Elements, you may want to take a look at my introductory course, Up and Running with Photoshop Elements. We covered a lot of ground in this course. So as I always do, I'll ask you to practice what you've learned here, so that you can use some of these techniques to make your own photos look even better.
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