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Join photographer and teacher Jan Kabili as she introduces the photo organizing, editing, and sharing features of Adobe Photoshop Elements 12. This course begins with a look at Elements Organizer, a workspace that makes it easier than ever to import photos. Next, Jan explores the photo-enhancement features in the Quick Edit workspace, from correcting color and lighting to quick retouching. Then graduate to the Expert Edit view, which provides tools for selecting portions of images, compositing multiple images, straightening crooked photos, and more. Last, Jan returns to the Organizer to show you how to tag photos with keywords and create albums, and introduces Elements 12's features for emailing photos and sharing them on Twitter.
Hi everyone I am Jan Kabili, your instructor for up and running with Photoshop Elements 12. In this streamline course I am going to focus on just what you need to know to get started, editing, organizing and sharing your photos with Photoshop Elements 12. This course is for you, if your a new Elements user. Or, if you've been using Elements for a while and you want a refresher on the most important techniques and features in Photoshop Elements 12. I'll start by showing you how to import your photos into Elements Organizer. And then we'll focus in on simplified photo editing techniques in the Editor and in the Organizer.
I'll introduce you to the full featured export edit workspace and then we will turn to the Organizer where I'll show you some useful techniques for organizing and finding your photos. And finally we will look at a couple of ways that you can share your photos directly from Elements by email and to social media sites like Twitter. I think you're going to find this streamlined approach to Photoshop Elements very useful. So, let's get started, with Up and Running with Photoshop Elements 12.
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