Join Janine Smith for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding keyword and smart tags, part of Photoshop Elements 9: Scanning and Restoring Photos.
Another helpful feature that Photoshop Elements 9 Organizer workspace is the…Keyword Tags option.…Found in the Organizer pallet under Albums is just one more way to help you…organize your potentially confusing family photo collection.…The default keywords are People, Places, Events and Other is your very good…tags to start with.…What we will do with this, is you take this tag and drag and drop it onto say…People or drag and drop it onto Places and keep doing this until you have all…the tags you want in their proper place.…
You can also drag an image and drop it onto the keyword,, like so.…You will see that it's adding a tag in the lower right-hand corner that shows…you that it's been tagged.…Continue on People and here's Places, there's a green tag.…There is the last one.…You can also make your own Keyword Tags.…Let's say you have a number of old 100 year plus photos.…
Go over here to the screen Plus sign and select New Keyword Tag and you can…name your keyword anything you want, let's say we name it Over 100 and you can…
- Determining equipment needs
- Scanning negatives, slides, and film
- Importing photos in Photoshop Elements
- Adding captions, keywords, and Smart Tags
- Adjusting contrast
- Fixing fading with Threshold
- Making automatic fixes with guided edit
- Removing dust, spots, and texture with the healing tools
- Repairing rips and tears
- Sharing restored images
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Importing and Organizing Your Photos
Adding captions and notes2m 47s
3. Fixing Faded Photos
4. Fixing Color Cast
5. Removing Dust, Spots, and Texture
6. Fixing Damaged and Torn Photos
7. Sharing Your Restored Images
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