Join Chad Chelius for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating greeting cards, part of Up and Running with Photoshop Elements 9.
Photoshop Elements 9 makes it easy to create custom greeting cards that you can …either print on your printer or order online via Kodak or Shutterfly. …Creating your own greeting cards has never been easier, so let's take a look …at this great feature in Photoshop Elements 9. …I'm beginning this video from the organizer, and what I'm going to do, is …I'm going to select a few photos that I'd like to use on my greeting card. …I'm just going to choose two random photos that I'd like to use on the card. …You can use whatever photos you wish. And I'm going to come over here to the …Create tab in the Elements 9 organizer. I'm going to come down to the category …that says Greeting Card. And I'm going to click on that button to …initiate the process of generating my own greeting card.…
Now I'm going to choose one of these options and I can choose either a Kodak …or a Shutterfly layout. But you'll note down here in the lower …left corner that all of these cards can be Printed on your desktop printer. …
- 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
Photoshop Elements 9 Essential Trainingwith Jan Kabili11h 20m Beginner
Photoshop Elements 9: Scanning and Restoring Photoswith Janine Smith2h 38m Intermediate
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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