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66. PSE 12 – Straighten

There is more than one way to fix a crooked horizon. Select an image in the Organizer, click the Editor button at the bottom, and make sure you are in the Expert Tab workspace. Let’s begin with what we know … Continue reading

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65. PSE 12 – Crop Tool

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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53. PSE 12 – In the Organizer: View, Navigate

This post will focus on the tasks you can do without going to the menu of options above the Import button. If you only see your pictures (called the “All Media” section) and the buttons/icons at the bottom: click the … Continue reading

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22. Straighten Up

I have been told this all my life…and it applies to pictures as well.  I go to the Chiropractor for the former and as always, there is more than one way to fix a crooked horizon. Let’s begin with what … Continue reading

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21. Crop –

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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