Join Jan Kabili for an in-depth discussion in this video Making albums, part of Learning Photoshop Elements 12.
An album is a virtual collection of photos.…It gives you a chance to see in one place photos that may be located in different…folders on your hard drive and therefore in…different folders in the folders panel in your organizer.…Here, for example, I have some photos that I took in Amancey, France.…And I put them in different folders.…These are the photos that I took in the village of Amancey.…And here are some photos I took on the lake, outside the village.…Now, what I'd like to do is start…building up an album of my favorite photos, some of which are in…this lake folder, and some in the village folder, and some may be elsewhere.…
Now, to make a new album, I have to be in a different…view of the folders panel than the heirarchical view, which you see here.…To get back to the flat view, I need…to click this double folder icon, and then I'll…scroll up to the top of the panel bin on the left to get to the local albums panel.…To make a new album…here, I will click right on that green plus symbol, and…that opens some options over in the panel bin on the right.…
- Importing photos from a hard drive or camera
- One-click editing with Instant Fix
- Making Quick Edits to color and lighting
- Adding effects in Quick Edit
- Straightening with content-aware fill
- Working with folders and files in the Organizer
- Keyword tagging
- Making albums
- Sharing photos via email or social media
Skill Level Beginner
1. Importing Photos to the Organizer
2. Simplified Photo Editing
3. Introduction to Expert Editing
4. Managing Photos in the Organizer
5. Sharing Your Photos
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