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In this course, photographer and author Jan Kabili walks you through importing, organizing, and finding your photos using the Organizer in Adobe Photoshop Elements 11. The course covers importing photos from your camera and computer; reviewing and evaluating photos; tagging images with ratings, keywords, people, and places; working with files and folders; and creating and organizing albums. Jan also shows how to find images with metadata and in the timeline, and how to apply instant photo fixes and Quick Edit image adjustments.
Thanks for joining me for this deep dive into the Organizer in Photoshop Elements eleven. I've shown you a lot of options for importing your photos, reviewing and evaluating photos, organizing photos, and finding photos in the Organizer. Now, you don't have to use all of these features. But now you have the information you need to intelligently pick and choose among the features that the Organizer offers so you can find the ones that make the most sense for you and your photos. Keep in mind that the Organizer is only part of Photoshop Elements eleven. There's also an Editor that has lots of features that you can use to make your photos look better.
For more information about the Editor, I'd invite you to take a look at a couple other of my Lynda.com courses. Up and Running with Photoshop Elements eleven is a well-rounded introduction to the major features in Photoshop Elements. And, Photoshop Elements Essentials: Editing and Retouching will give you a close look at working with your photos in expert edit view in the Editor and in camera raw. So I hope you enjoy this course, as well as the other Elements eleven courses here at Lynda.com.
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