- [Narrator] If you have access to the exercise files for this course, you can download them to your desktop or another location as I've done here. If not, feel free to use your own photos to follow along with me. Now, the Exercise Files folder, if you open that, you'll notice that I have several images in here and I actually have a movie in here, just to show you that Photoshop Elements is capable of displaying that. But I've also organized this into a couple of additional folders.
Now, when we get to the videos on importing, you'll have the opportunity to follow along with each and every one if you want or you can just import all of these at the same time. It's your choice, whatever works for you. Now, what I'll also point out here is that I haven't actually named these files in a logical way. A lot of people like to name these files using friendly names, but as you may or may not already know, when you import your images from your camera or your phone, these images are automatically named as well.
And I've kept those names because I want to make the point that the Elements Organizer is gonna help us to identify these images and locate them without actually renaming them. You might have worked with other courses and in those courses they're organized by chapter. I've not done that in this course. We're just gonna use all of these files as they exist here and then once we import them, each and every chapter will utilize those same files. Now, as you're watching this course, if you follow along successively from the first chapter to the last, your screen is gonna look pretty much like my screen as well.
If however, you jump to an individual video to learn something specific, you may notice that your Elements Organizer is gonna look a little bit differently than mine. But don't worry too much about that, because we're all starting with the same source images so you'll still be able to follow along as needed.
- Importing photos from a camera, computer, or iPhoto library
- Adding keyword tags and ratings to photos
- Automatically tagging people
- Organizing photos into albums
- Renaming and moving photos
- Correcting common photo problems
- Retouching photos of friends and family
- Adjusting lighting and color
- Working with layers
- Converting photos to black and white
- Cropping and straightening photos
- Adding text to photos
- Working with raw photos
- Making a slideshow
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Familiar with Photoshop Elements 15
The Welcome Screen2m 56s
2. Working with the Elements Organizer
3. Managing Photos in the Elements Organizer
4. Sharing Photos in the Elements Organizer
Emailing your photos3m 15s
5. The Photoshop Elements Editor
6. Photoshop Elements Guided Edits
7. Photoshop Elements Expert Mode
8. Working with Layers
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