Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Importing images, part of Photoshop Elements 10: Quick Fixes.
When you first launch the Elements Organizer you might wonder where your …pictures are. And that's because by default you can't …see any pictures within the Elements Organizer. …Because it's not simply a browser but rather a database, a catalog that allows …you to manage your images very efficiently. …And so to start working with images in the Elements Organizer, you first need to …import them in the catalog. This is not making a copy of your photos. …Its simply making a reference to those photos, so that they can be managed …within the Organizer. To get started with the import, I'll …choose File > Get Photos and Videos, and then From Files and Folders.…
If my images were still on the digital media card in my camera, then I could use …the From Camera or Card Reader option. But in this case I've already have the …images on my hard drive, so I'll choose the From Files and Folders option and …that will bring up the Get Photos and Videos dialog. …Here I can navigate to and select the folder that contains the images I'd like …
- 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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