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Life moves fast, and you can't just press "pause" to get the exact photo you want. Nor is it easy to find a lot of time to fix images after the fact. In this workshop author and expert Tim Grey shows you how to use Adobe Photoshop Elements to make a big impact on your digital photographs in a short time. After getting a quick overview of the Elements interface, learn how to fix problems with lighting, color, noise, and red eye. If you like, you can then move on to explore more advanced techniques like removing unwanted objects from an image, replacing the background, reducing depth of field, and more. This course teaches all the skills you need to create images with staying power.
I hope you've enjoyed the lessons included with this video training title. Even more importantly I hope you now have great confidence in your ability to make your digital photos look their best, with the many fast and easy techinques I've shared with you. Besides helping you learn how to solve some very common problems with your images. My aim has also been to help inspire some thoughts about how you can improve your photography at the time you're actually taking the photo. One of the things I appreciate most of video training, is that you can go back and review lessons at any time. So when you're working on an image and don't know what to do, come on back and review some of the lessons, following along with the sample images provided. Thank you for watching, and I hope to see you again on one of my other video training titles from Video to Brain.
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