Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Elements Editor overview, part of Quick Fixes with Photoshop Elements 10.
As you start working on making your photos look their best, it can be helpful …to get a better sense of the overall layout of the Elements Editor. …Obviously, the image tends to dominate in the Elements Editor. …You can see that the image consumes most of the available space, which is great …considering that we're focusing our attention on making our photo look its best. …Across the top we have a menu bar and here we can choose a variety of different commands. …In particular you'll probably find yourself working from the Enhanced menu …fairly frequently to apply lighting and color adjustments to the image, for example.…
Over on the left side we have a toolbox where we can choose from a variety of …tools that serve various different purposes. …You'll find that some of these tools you'll use a lot and some of them you …might not use at all. When you select the tool, the Options bar …up at the top will change based on the tool. …The Options bar provides content specific settings, in other words settings that …
- Importing images
- Basic quick fixes in the Organizer
- Opening images in the Editor
- Lighting improvements
- Color improvements
- Removing distractions
- Applying a soft focus effect
- Replacing the sky
Skill Level Beginner
Photoshop Elements 9: Scanning and Restoring Photoswith Janine Smith2h 38m Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Lighting Improvements
3. Color Improvements
4. Removing Distractions
5. Getting Fancy
6. Closing Thoughts
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