Using Quick Fix for color


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Using Quick Fix for color

I'm not usually an auto button kind of girl; I like to move the settings and sliders around myself. In other words I like to be in control of my settings and adjustments. But there are a few auto buttons in the Quick menu that especially when used together can work really well and are worth taking a look at. Begin by duplicating your layer by right-clicking on it and selecting Duplicate layer, name your layer, I will name this layer Quick Color and click OK to select.

With the Quick Color layer active go to the upper right-hand corner and select Quick in the Edit menu, if your PROJECT BIN is showing double-click on the tab to hide it, you can choose your view during Before or After, After Only, Before Only and you're Before and After you can choose to have Horizontal or Vertical, I find horizontal better because you can check them side by side. At the top is Smart Fix and next to that is an Auto button, go ahead and click that you can see it did a good job of lessening the red ...

Using Quick Fix for color
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Using Quick Fix for color provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Janine Smith as part of the Photoshop Elements 9: Scanning and Restoring Photos

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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