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This course introduces the photo organizing, editing, and sharing features of Photoshop Elements. Author Jan Kabili begins with a look at the Organizer, whose features make it easier to manage and find photos. She describes how to work with keywords and albums and how to use Elements 10's visual search features to find visually similar photos and duplicate images.
Next, Jan addresses Elements’ Quick Photo Edit and Guided Photo Edit workspaces, which streamline and simplify many common photo-editing tasks. She then introduces the basics of editing in the Full Photo Edit workspace, which provides tools for selecting portions of images, retouching, compositing images, adding text, and more.
The course wraps up with an overview of Elements 10's sharing features, including creating greeting cards, printing and emailing photos, and sharing photos on Facebook.
The purpose of this course was to give you the basics that you need to get started using Photoshop Elements 10 to edit and organize your own digital photos. So what's next? Well first, I urge you to practice the techniques that I've shown you here. If you need a refresher on any of these techniques, you can always go back and listen to a particular movie in the course again. Once you're comfortable with the basics, take a look at some of the other features available in the Elements 10. For example, in the Editor you might go to the Guided tab, and check out some of the other step-by-step guided edits that there are there.
Or jump over to the Organizer, click on the Create tab, and look at some of the other photo creations that you can make in Elements, like photo books, and photo calendars. I do hope that you've enjoyed exploring the basics of Elements 10 with me here, and that this has gotten you to a point where you are really comfortable working in Photoshop Elements 10.
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