The first and hardest paradox I had to relearn when moving into digital photography and out of film photography was the idea that you cropped a picture AFTER shooting. I began taking digital pictures putting inside the frame exactly what … Continue reading
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These changes are optional. If you have limited memory space on your computer, consider the first two listed. In the Fix/Edit mode… Above in the menu Edit >Preferences >General. Look for the “Export Clipboard.” Click on it to UNcheck mark … Continue reading
We will now venture into the Fix/Edit interface of this program, finally! So get excited, although it will still take a few more posts for you to gain total control (we will explore some of the automated features first.) Select … Continue reading
A brief overview of file formats generally used: JPEG is used in the majority of the cameras that are not SLR cameras. The SLR cameras have the option to use this file and the RAW file format. The jpeg is … Continue reading
To take the scare out of scary, you buy insurance. To insure your pictures are protected, you create a copy of the image BEFORE you make any edits or adjustments. OK, so I don’t always do it before, as it … Continue reading
Importing images, blogs #2, #3 gave the basic formula for importing images. To build on that information, let’s explore other ways of getting images from the hard drive into Photoshop Element’s workflow. If you have pictures in folders that PSE … Continue reading