Join Janine Smith for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a photo book, part of Photoshop Elements 9: Scanning and Restoring Photos.
Once you learn the basics of photo restoration it can be a little addicting.…When you start to see some great results you find yourself wanting to share…them with your family.…Photoshop Elements has some wonderful options to help you share your restoration…prowess, one of which is the popular Photo Book.…Let's have a look at these pictures of this extremely cute little boy and these…are all the photos we will be working with today.…Have all your photos open that you want to use on your desktop.…
Next, we'll go over here by the Edit menu to Create and click on it.…If your Project Bin isn't up, be sure to click on the tab to bring it up, so you…will have access to your photos.…Now go down and choose Photo Book and then let's look at this dialog box that pops up.…See we have got a lot of choices here.…We have our Sizes and Options of what you can do to have these Printed from…Kodak, Print them yourself or from Shutterfly and we will select Print locally.…
We have a number of Themes;…Christmas, Colorful, and Family all down the line, and we'll just stick with…
- 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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