Make selective adjustments Photoshop Elements 11


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Making selective adjustments

Sometimes you want to effect or correct just part of a photo and you can't do that in Quick Edit mode using the Selection tools there. To show you that I'll select this image in the Organizer and I will click Editor. Here in the Editor I am working in Quick Edit mode. And what I want to do is select the blue face of the statue and his crown. I will leave these blue balls on the crown out of it. So first I am going to zoom in, so I get a closer view. And then with the Hand tool I'm going to click and drag so I can see everything I want to select here.

I might need to back off just a bit on the zoom. Now I am going to go over to the toolbar and click on the Quick Selection tool, and that displays the tool options for the Quick Selection tool and its neighbor, the Selection Brush tool down in the tool Options. I will start with the Quick Selection tool which will automatically select part of an image based on the color and tone. I will make sure that in this area I have the new ...

Making selective adjustments
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Making selective adjustments 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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