Quick Edit basics


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Quick Edit basics

When you're ready to edit a photo, you have a choice of four editing workspaces. You can quickly apply Automatic Photo Fix options in the Organizer, which I covered in the last movie, by clicking the Fix tab. Or, if you click the arrow to the right of the Fix tab, you have access to three different editing workspaces in the second component of Elements, which is the Editor. Those are the Full Photo Edit workspace, Quick Photo Edit, and Guided Photo Edit. In this chapter I'm going to cover Quick Photo Edit. In this movie, I'll show you the basics of working with the Quick Photo Edit interface.

First, I'm going to select some photos to work on here in the Organizer. I will click on one of these thumbnails, I'll hold down the Control key on Windows, or the Command key on a Mac, and click on the other, and then I will come back over to the arrow on the right of the Fix tab, and from there I'll choose Quick Photo Edit. It may take a moment for your editor to launch, ...

Quick Edit basics
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Quick Edit basics provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Up and Running with Photoshop Elements 10

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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