Work in Guided Edit Photoshop Elements 11


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Working in Guided Edit

In this chapter we'll look at another of the Editor workspaces, the Guided Edit workspace. Guided Edit offers a list of specific techniques with step-by-step instructions in tools for performing those techniques, everything from brightening an image, to adding a vignette effect. Let's take a look at how Guided Edit works. Here in the Organizer I am going to select a couple of images I 'll click on one and Ctrl+Click--Command+Click on the Mac-- on another and then I will click the Editor Button in the task pane at the bottom of the Organizer. My Editor open to Quick Edit mode because that's the last place where I was working.

I can switch these open images over to Guided Edit mode by simply clicking the Guided Tab at the top of the Editor. Guided Edit mode has a Photo Bin just like Quick Edit mode and in the Photo Bin I can see my two open images. If I want to work on this other image, I'll double-click it in the Photo Bin as in Quick Edit mode, if you're Photo Bin i...

Working in Guided Edit
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Working in Guided Edit provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Up and Running with Photoshop Elements 11

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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