Running automated actions


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Running automated actions

Another place from which you can apply special effects and other multi-step techniques in Elements Editor is in the Guided Edit Mode using the Action Player. To get there from the Organizer, I'm going to select this image and then I'll go up to the arrow to the right of the Fix menu and I'm going to choose Guided Photo Edit to open that image into Guided Edit. In Guided Edit, I'll go down to the bottom of the column on the right and I'm going to click on Action Player to bring up instructions and controls for playing in action in this column on the right.

It tells you exactly what to do. First, I'll select the action that I want to use. From this menu, I'm going to choose Special Effects and then from the next menu, I'll choose the effect that I want to use. I'm going to choose Faded Ink with Vignette and finally, I'll click Play Action. In just a second, Elements has applied this pretty complex effect to the photo. If I don't like this action, ...

Running automated actions
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Running automated actions provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 8 for Windows Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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