Join Chad Chelius for an in-depth discussion in this video Applying tags to images, part of Learning Photoshop Elements 9.
Keyword Tags are a way by which you can accurately identify the content of the …images that you've imported into the Organizer. …There's nothing worse than searching through a long list of images that you've …shot over a period of time, trying to remember when the shot was taken and not …being able to find the image. Keyword Tags help in this regard because …if you're diligent about tagging your photos up front, they can be very easy to …find later on. I'm beginning this video from the Adobe …Elements 9 Organizer. And your Keyword Tags are located in the …lower right of your Task pane. I'm just going to click on this icon …right here to lift up the panel so that I can see more of the keywords inside of …this panel. Now, you can see that Photoshop Elements …9 actually provides you with some keywords up front, some common keywords …that you might use when working with Photoshop Elements 9.…
Now, what I'm going to do is I'm actually going to show you how we can create our …own keywords as well as how we can use some of the existing keywords, if you …
- Working with photos in the Organizer workspace
- Understanding the Editor workspace
- Organizing and sharing your images
- Basic image editing
- Understanding layers
- Creating a photo collage
- Using Photomerge
- Removing unwanted items using Content-Aware Fill
- Creating a greeting card or calendar
Skill Level Beginner
1. Photoshop Elements Essentials
2. Organizing Images
3. Basic Image Editing
4. Advanced Image Editing
5. Fun with Photoshop Elements 9
6. Creations Engine Projects
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