Auto-Adjust in Quick Edit Photoshop Elements 12


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Auto-adjusting in Quick Edit

Never of the controls in the Quick Edit workspace offer an Auto Option. Now, when you use Auto you lose control over the result. But if you're in a hurry it's sometimes worth taking a look at the Auto adjustments. Here I have a photo that I think needs some additional contrast, but I'm satisfied with the color. So, let's see what the various Auto Adjustments do to this photo. I'm going to start with Smart Fix. Smart Fix is intended to fix everything at once, color and tonal values. Down at the bottom of the Smart Fix panel, there is an Auto button.

I'm going to click the Auto button, and that did change the appearance of the photo. To compare this version to the original, I'll go to the View menu, and I'm going to choose before and after. So, you can see that the after version is a lot less cool or blue. And that there is more contrast, which you can see in the detail in the stairs. I'm going to save this version. I'll go to the File menu, and I'll choose Save ...

Auto-adjusting in Quick Edit
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Auto-adjusting in Quick Edit provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Up and Running with Photoshop Elements 12

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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