Take your Lightroom skills to the next level. Learn how to manage, enhance, and creatively manipulate your photography with Lightroom CC.
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Get to know the powerful photo organizing, editing, and sharing features of Adobe Photoshop Elements 14, the complete solution for casual photographers who want to achieve professional results.
Take your Lightroom skills to the next level. Learn how to manage, enhance, and creatively manipulate your photography with Lightroom 6.
Learn how to train your eye to get better ink-jet prints—with less frustration, fewer reprints, and less waste of paper and ink—by spotting and correcting problems first in Photoshop.
Learn how to organize, edit, and share your photos with Photoshop Elements 13.
Ensure accurate color from camera to monitor and make sure your color photos display and print beautifully.
Learn how to evaluate and adjust color landscapes and transform them into majestic black-and-white landscapes with Photoshop.
Learn how to create prints worth sharing and selling with Lightroom's Print module.
Create high-quality prints and proofs, and design custom layouts for books and other print projects in Lightroom.
Learn the best techniques for sharing and printing photos using Photoshop Elements 11.
Learn the art and craft of creating inkjet prints that do justice to your photos and get the most out of your printer.
Delves into some of the finer points of creating top-quality output of your digital images.
Focuses on the Print module in Lightroom 4, which can be used to create high-quality prints and proofs and design custom layouts for books and other print projects.
Teaches techniques and workflows for crafting powerful and enduring images that bring the photographer's vision to life
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