Adobe® Photoshop® Elements for Photographers

 

Adobe® Photoshop® Elements for Photographers

 

Class Description


If you're looking for a powerful, affordable, and user-friendly alternative to Adobe® Photoshop® Creative Cloud®Adobe® Photoshop® Elements may be the image-editing software for you. Join author of the best-selling Photoshop: Missing Manual book series, Lesa Snider, for a two-day intensive look at what Adobe® Photoshop® Elements has to offer photographers. You'll learn how to crop, correct, and retouch your images in Adobe® Camera Raw. You'll also explore the three editing modes of Adobe® Photoshop® Elements: Quick, Guided, and Expert, and learn how to incorporate Adobe® Photoshop® Elements into your Adobe® Lightroom® workflow. Lesa will also cover the art of resizing images without losing quality, editing non-destructively by using layers, zapping objects from your photos and stitching panoramas. You'll also master practical and creative effects such as black-and-whites, partial color, color tints, collages, pushing photos through text, shapes, and much more! By the end of this course, you'll have the confidence and skill to edit your images with stunning results and you might even be the biggest fan of  Adobe® Photoshop® Elements!

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a Creativelive Student
 

Creative Live has opened my eyes to education on-line and out of all the on-line resources I have come across, Creative Live is the best and there's never a catch. Creative Live is one company I trust 100%. They never would take adavantage of anyone. I love Creative Live.

a Creativelive Student
 

Every workshop I have watched LIVE is absolutely FREE! And... there is a rebroadcast that follows that is free. It is only if you want to go back again and again and again - that there is a purchase price. The knowledge of the instructors is phenominal..... well worth the cost if you choose to buy the workshop.

a Creativelive Student
 

Love the class and have been thoroughly enjoying it. One question- has anyone else had issues downloading the files? It seems to only go up to folder 13 and most of day 2 is missing?