Working in Guided Edit in the Editor


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Working in Guided Edit in the Editor

Of the three editing workspaces in Elements Editor, Guided Edit is the most basic. It consists of instructions that walk you through performing some basic photo correction techniques, like cropping photos, or removing a colorcast. And it also shows you how to use some of the more clever Elements features like the Group Shot feature, and the Scene Cleaner feature that I'll show you in later movies. The thing to remember about Guided Edit is that it doesn't address every single editing problem. Just a handful of them, but for those it's a great way to work.

Let's see how to use Guided Edit. I'm starting here in the Organizer, and I'm going to select the image that you see from folder 05_05, and I'm going to open that into Guided Edit by going to the Fix tab, clicking and choosing Guided Photo Edit. That launches the editor, if it's not already open, and opens the selected image in the Guided Edit workspace. This is a pretty simple workspace over on the left...

Working in Guided Edit in the Editor
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Working in Guided Edit in the Editor 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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