Join Jan Kabili for an in-depth discussion in this video Zooming and panning, part of Photoshop Elements 11 Essential Training: 2 Editing & Retouching Photos.
When you first open an image into the Expert edit workspace, it opens at the zoom…level, at which you can see the entire photo in the document window.…But, you can zoom in and out on this image and you can move the image around in…the document window.…And that's what I'd like to show you how to do in this movie, because these are…techniques you'll use over and over as you're editing in Expert edit mode.…As you can see from the document tab, this image is now zoomed in to only 17.2%…of its actual size, which means it's a lot bigger than what we're seeing here.…
If I want to get in for a closer look at some of the detail in this image, then…I'll select the Zoom tool in the toolbar.…I'll go down to the options bar for the Zoom tool and I'll click the + symbol there.…Everytime I click with this tool in the image it will zoom into a set…percentage, 25%, 33.3%, 50%, and so on.…Then if I go down to the options bar and choose the - icon and click…with this tool, it will zoom out by those set percentages.…
- Arranging the panels and interface
- Cropping and resizing photos
- Creating new layers
- Refining selections
- Hiding content with a layer mask
- Using adjustment layers
- Correcting color, lighting, and contrast
- Converting a color photo to black and white
- Creating a panorama from multiple photos
- Retouching blemishes and wrinkles
- Making adjustments in Camera Raw
Skill Level Beginner
1. Expert Edit Basics
2. Working with Layers
3. Using Selections and Masks
4. Correcting Photos
5. Using Photomerge
7. Processing in Camera Raw
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