Edit automatically with actions Photoshop Elements 11


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Editing automatically with actions

The Expert Edit workspace comes with an Actions panel that contains some prerecorded actions, each of which is a series of steps that you can play back on a photo to create an effect or perform a technique. Let's open this photo into the Expert Edit workspace to run an action. I'll select the photo and click the Editor button at the bottom of the Organizer, and here in the Editor I'll make sure I am in the Expert Edit workspace. I am going to open the Actions panel which I can access either from the Window menu or by clicking the More icon at the bottom of the Panel Bin.

That opens this group of panels, one of which is the Actions panel. I can bring the Actions panel to the foreground of this group by clicking its tab. Because this is a floating panel I can move it by clicking its title bar and dragging it, so I can see more of the photo. In the Actions panel there are some categories of actions. To expand a category I'll click the arrow to the left of the yellow folder...

Editing automatically with actions
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Editing automatically with actions provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Up and Running with Photoshop Elements 11

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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