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Creating a Basic Workflow Using Photoshop Elements


On this video Bob Gager, Group Product Manager for Photoshop Elements, looks at a typical workflow using Adobe’s Photoshop Elements software.

Gager start by opening the Photoshop Elements organizer and import images (from the camera or a hard drive). After importing images you can tag images (so in this case for example you can tag all the images that you edited). Gager also demonstrates how to work with multiple images and tags as well as how to edit and save images with a “version set” which allows you to keep both the original and the new version into the Photoshop Elements organizer (so you will not need to worry that you somehow destroy the original image).

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You can find more Photoshop Elements guides on our dedicated photo editing section on LensVid.
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