Join Chad Chelius for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding the Editor workspace, part of Learning Photoshop Elements 9.
The Editor is where most of the adjustments and modifications will be …done to your images. The Editor is also an area where you can …focus on a specific image or images, and start honing and fine tuning those images …to obtain the desired result. It's also a place where you can create an …image from scratch, completely. I've begun by already opening the Adobe …Elements 9 Organizer so that I can find the image that I'd like to work with. …In this example, we're going to use a file called Saxophone.…
Now currently I can't see the file names in my Organizer, so to do so I'm going to …go to the View menu, and I'm going to choose Show File Names. …Now, fortunately, because I'm sorting my images from oldest to newest, I can …already see that the Saxophone image is the first image. …So, to edit this in the Editor, I'm going to select the image, I'm going to …come up to the Edit menu in the Organizer, and I'm going to choose Edit …With Photoshop Elements. I could also use the shortcut Cmd+I on …
- Working with photos in the Organizer workspace
- Understanding the Editor workspace
- Organizing and sharing your images
- Basic image editing
- Understanding layers
- Creating a photo collage
- Using Photomerge
- Removing unwanted items using Content-Aware Fill
- Creating a greeting card or calendar
Skill Level Beginner
Photoshop Elements 9 Essential Trainingwith Jan Kabili11h 20m Beginner
Photoshop Elements 9: Scanning and Restoring Photoswith Janine Smith2h 38m Intermediate
1. Photoshop Elements Essentials
2. Organizing Images
3. Basic Image Editing
4. Advanced Image Editing
5. Fun with Photoshop Elements 9
6. Creations Engine Projects
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