Join Jan Kabili for an in-depth discussion in this video Customizing a card, part of Photoshop Elements 11 Essentials: 04 Creative Effects and Projects.
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In the last movie, we started the process of creating a greeting card project,…and here I am working in the project workspace on the greeting card as it…looked at the end of the last movie.…I'd like to customize the look of my greeting card.…One of the things I want to do is to resize the photos in their frames,…so I'll make sure I have the Move tool selected in the toolbar, and then I am…going to double-click this vertical photo to bring up this slider.…If I drag the slider over to the right, that zooms in on the shoes, and we can…read the message more clearly. Then I can click and drag inside the photo to…move it around inside of its frame.…
When I am satisfied, I'll click the green check mark.…I am going to double-click the photo on the left, and this time I am going to…move the slider to the left to zoom out, so that we can see this entire image.…I think I'll make it even a little bit smaller, and then I'll click the green check mark.…Now I can see the empty part of the frame behind this photo, and that's really…
- Building slideshows with text, graphics, and music
- Creating a photo book
- Making a photo calendar
- Outputting a photo greeting card
- Customizing a photo collage
- Adding and editing text
- Combining photos
- Adding filters and preset effects
Skill Level Beginner
1. Creative Photo Effects in Expert Edit
2. Creative Graphic Effects in Expert Edit
3. Slideshows (Windows Only)
Adding music to a slideshow5m 24s
4. Photo Books
5. Photo Calendars
6. Photo Greeting Cards
7. Photo Collages
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