Join Chad Chelius for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Learning Photoshop Elements 15.
- [Chad] I'd really like to thank you…for watching this course,…and I hope that you've learned a lot about…Photoshop Elements 15, and that it has…compelled you to further your knowledge…by learning even more about…digital photography and image editing.…If you're interested in taking your skills to the next level…be sure to check out some of Tim Grey's courses…about digital photography.…If you'd like to know more about me,…you can check out my author page right here on this site…and you can follow me on Twitter at @chadchelius…or like my Facebook page, cheliusgraphicservices.…
Thanks for watching and take care.…
- 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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