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Photoshop Elements 7 is packed with features to help amateur photographers with every stage of digital photo processing, from getting organized to sharing projects with family and friends. In Photoshop Elements 7 for Windows Essential Training, Jan Kabili shares workflow techniques for organizing, editing, creating projects, and sharing. She also demonstrates how to enhance photos with this budget-friendly software. Jan explains the latest updates to the Organizer and Editor workspaces, and also covers new features like the Smart Brush tool and Photoshop.com integration. Elements is very well known for its project features, and Jan shows how to create books, collages, panoramas, and more. Example files accompany the course.
Adobe has made it super easy to touch up your photos in the Quick Fix workspace. There is a new palette at the bottom of the Task pane on the right called that Touch Up palette. I'm going to expand that palette by clicking the arrow to the left of it. So you can see that it has four tools in it. The first of this is the Red Eye tool. This is similar to the Red Eye tool in the Full Edit Workspace expect that this one is just one click Red Eye tool. To apply to this photo I'm going to over to the Zoom tool and I'm going to click the Zoom tool and I'll zoom in.
And then I'm going to go down and select that Red Eye tool, I'll come into the photo and I'm just going to click once on each of the girl's eye and that fixes her red eye. And I come over to the boy and click on his eyes and notice that this other eye isn't really red; it is almost gold. And so the tool isn't perfect and I don't think it is going to do a perfect job, but it is going to make an attempt. So it did all right. Now zoom out to see how it looks. So that is how quick and easy it is to touch up red eye problems in Quick Fix.
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