In this book, we’ll use the phrase “works with Photoshop” instead of “can be used in Photoshop,” because anyone can use Photoshop to create an image or manipulate an image. But the real question is: Can you use Photoshop to _create_ a new image?
The rest of the pages in this book focus on helping you to become a competent image creator.
If you have not installed Photoshop Elements, then first download Photoshop from the website. Also, make sure you have the latest version of Elements installed on your machine.
#1 How to Install and Open Photoshop Elements?
To install Photoshop Elements, download the installer file to your desktop. Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the installation.
Once the installation is complete, launch Photoshop Elements and click on the Photoshop tab on the top. Now click on Image menu at the top left corner of Photoshop Elements. You will see a new window with a list of applications installed. Select Elements from the list, click on Open and your application will launch. If you are asked for a license key and when you are prompted to create one, just ignore the question and close the window.
#2 How to Import an Image
Importing an image into Elements is a very easy process. Let’s say your sister has recently graduated from college and has shot a beautiful graduation photo. Just as the photo was taken, click on the File menu and select Import from there. Photoshop Elements will ask you to select the location to save the imported image.
Choose File and select Save. Use the default location or change the location of the image.
Photoshop Elements recognizes the file format automatically and offers you the option to open the image or open the image in Photoshop.
If you choose to open the image in Photoshop, you can always later delete the imported image. Simply drag and drop the imported image into the trash can. This will permanently delete the image and free up disk space.
#3 How to Edit an Image
To edit an image, follow these steps:
Click on File, select Edit Image.
Select an image from the Media tab on the left. This time, choose Open Image and choose any location to select the photo. You can change the location later, if required.
Now just follow the on-screen steps to perform the required edits. If you are confused with how to do the edits, you can access some of the most commonly used tutorials from the Help section.
#4 Adding Effects to an Image
To add the most popular effects to an image in Photoshop Elements, follow these steps:
Click on Image, select Enhance.
Now, select any of the available options from the Effects section under Enhance. For example, if you want a photo edited without pixels, select No Pixel.
While making the
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