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Photoshop Elements 11 Essentials: Editing and Retouching Photos (2012)

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Photoshop Elements 11 Essentials: Editing and Retouching Photos (2012)

Photoshop Elements 11 Essentials: Editing and Retouching Photos
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Genre: Video Tutorial / Adobe Photoshop

Go beyond the automatic editing features in Adobe Photoshop Elements and find out how to make sophisticated edits using the program's Expert Edit mode. In this course, author, teacher, and photographer Jan Kabili explores the core features of the Expert Edit mode, from making exposure adjustments, retouching, and compositing images, to adding text. The course also takes a close look at adjusting photos with Adobe Camera Raw, included with Elements 11.
Topics include:
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

Introduction6m 14s
Welcome 1m 10s
Using the exercise files 1m 30s
Overview of the editing workspaces 3m 34s
1. Expert Edit Basics 43m 14s
Touring the interface 4m 21s
Making the most of Elements' tools 4m 6s
Arranging the panels 4m 32s
Zooming and panning 4m 3s
Viewing multiple photos 3m 51s
Undoing 5m 15s
Cropping 3m 46s
Resizing 7m 18s
Saving images and examining formats 6m 2s
2. Working with Layers 19m 23s
Understanding layers 7m 59s
Managing layers in the Layers panel 4m 33s
Creating new layers 6m 51s
3. Using Selections and Masks 38m 28s
Why use selections? 4m 20s
Selecting with the marquee tools 3m 56s
Selecting with the lasso tools 6m 40s
Selecting by color and tone 6m 22s
Refining a selection 4m 51s
Selecting hair 5m 42s
Hiding content with a layer mask 6m 37s
4. Correcting Photos 46m 54s
Why use adjustment layers? 5m 15s
Adjusting color with a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer 4m 32s
Correcting lighting with a Levels adjustment layer 3m 32s
Adjusting part of an image with an adjustment layer 5m 19s
Exploring auto adjustments 3m 55s
Improving shadows and highlights 2m 14s
Removing a color cast 1m 47s
Fine-tuning with Color Curves 3m 16s
Converting to black and white 2m 26s
Correcting camera distortion 5m 32s
Reducing noise 2m 56s
Sharpening 6m 10s
5. Using Photomerge 20m 51s
Creating a panorama 5m 6s
Merging bracketed exposures 6m 0s
Removing people from a scene 5m 25s
Combining group shots 4m 20s
6. Retouching 29m 24s
Removing blemishes 3m 42s
Reducing wrinkles and circles 4m 16s
Enhancing eyes 5m 19s
Removing red-eye 3m 15s
Adjusting skin tone 2m 21s
Removing dust spots 4m 7s
Removing content 6m 24s
7. Processing in Camera Raw 52m 36s
What is Camera Raw? 5m 18s
Using the latest Camera Raw controls 3m 16s
Camera Raw basics 6m 22s
Making use of the histogram 3m 45s
Setting white balance 3m 44s
Adjusting lighting 4m 28s
Adjusting color saturation 2m 9s
Cropping and straightening 3m 58s
Reducing noise 3m 33s
Sharpening 3m 38s
Synchronizing edits to multiple photos 3m 36s
Outputting from Camera Raw 6m 14s
Using Camera Raw with JPEGs 2m 35s
Conclusion 48s
Next steps 48s

Project files are included
More Info: http://www.lynda.com/Photoshop-Elements-tutorials/Photoshop-Elements-11-Essentials-Editing-Retouching-Photos/111234-2.html

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Photoshop Elements 11 Essentials: Editing and Retouching Photos (2012)

Photoshop Elements 11 Essentials: Editing and Retouching Photos (2012)

Photoshop Elements 11 Essentials: Editing and Retouching Photos (2012)

Photoshop Elements 11 Essentials: Editing and Retouching Photos (2012)

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