Class On Demand Training DVD, for Fundamentals of Adobe Photoshop Elements 7 2009

SKU: CO90970 MFR: 90970

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  • Made for Digital Imaging
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About Class On Demand

This 4-part training course, from multi-award winning trainer Sue Jenkins, is designed to give you the knowledge to use Adobe Photoshop Elements to its full potential. Designed for both new users, that want to learn how create stunning imagery and photos, to the advanced power user that wants to get a healthy dose of Ms. Jenkins famous tips and tricks!

Lessons focus on becoming familiar with all aspects of Elements including the interface, using tools to enhance your images and photographs and how to share your images with friends and family. A fun and entertaining way of learning Photoshop Elements 7!

Class On Demand Specifications

Part I: Intro to Photoshop Elements
1. Workspace Overview
Part II: Working with the Organizer
1. The Organizer Overview
2. Importing Images
3. Organizing Your Photos
4. Printing Your Work
5. Sharing Your Work Online
Part III: Working with the Editor
1. The Editor Overview
2. Working with Documents
3. Using the QuickFix and Guided Edit Tools
4. Making Selections
5. Text, Painting & Shapes
6. Repairing and Retouching Photos
7. SmartBrush, Effects Palette and Adjustment Layers
Part IV: Special Techniques
1. Straighten, Crop and Rotate Images
2. Photo Compositing
3. Scene Cleaner
4. Creating a Panorama
Approx. Run Time
4 hours
Instructor
Sue Jenkins
Mfr #
90970
SKU
CO90970

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