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Organizing Photos with Adobe Photoshop Elements

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How to Change the Organizer Display in Photoshop Elements 9

When you open Photoshop Elements’ Organizer, the default view is a Thumbnail display. Your photos, videos, projects, and audio files appear with a mini image or icon that can be adjusted to different sizes [more…]

How to Import Photos from a Camera into Photoshop Elements 9

Copying photos from your digital camera to your computer so that you can work with them in Photoshop Elements is simple if you’re familiar with your camera and the tools at your disposal. You can use the [more…]

How to Scan Images into Photoshop Elements 9

If you have photo prints that you want to edit in Photoshop Elements, you can use a scanner to import them into the program. Scanners connect through the same ports as cameras and card readers. Typically [more…]

Importing Images from Storage Media into Photoshop Elements 9

When you acquire images in Photoshop Elements from media sources, such as CD-ROMs, DVDs, external hard drives, and your internal hard drive, the process is very similar to opening files from digital cameras [more…]

How to Acquire Photos from Cell Phones in Photoshop Elements 9

In Photoshop Elements, you can acquire images from cell phones, iPhones, iPods, iPads and other handheld devices. You can upload, download, and prepare photos for handheld devices. [more…]

Working with Camera Raw Images in Photoshop Elements 9

You can work with Camera Raw images in Photoshop Elements if your digital camera is capable of capturing images in the Camera Raw format. If you don’t currently have a camera capable of capturing Camera [more…]

How to View Photos in the Photoshop Elements 9 Organizer

The Photoshop Elements Organizer is a powerful tool that helps you locate files and keeps your photos arranged and organized. You can access the Organizer in Windows by clicking the Organizer button on [more…]

How to Create a New Document in Photoshop Elements 9

You may want to start from scratch by creating a new document in Photoshop Elements. New, blank pages in Elements have a number of uses. You can mix and merge images in a new document; create a canvas [more…]

How to View Photos in a Slide Show in Photoshop Elements 9

You can view your pictures as a slide show from the Organizer in Photoshop Elements. In addition, you can set up a self-running slide show (in Full Screen view), complete with transition effects and background [more…]

How to Zoom In and Out of Images in Photoshop Elements 9

Zooming in and out of images in Photoshop Elements is a task you perform routinely while editing images in the image window, and also when working in other windows, such as the Camera Raw window and the [more…]

How to View Multiple Documents in Photoshop Elements 9

To view and work on multiple documents in one of the Photoshop Elements editors, you need to become familiar with moving around the Elements interface and bringing photos in view in the main image window [more…]

Using Pan and Zoom with Images in Photoshop Elements 9

When you zoom in on a Photoshop Elements document, scroll bars provide a means for panning the image — moving the image inside the window. You can also use the Hand tool to pan the image. Zoom in to an [more…]

How to Sort Photos in Photoshop Elements 9

The Organizer in Photoshop Elements is a management tool you can use to organize, sort, search, and describe photos with identity information. In terms of sorting and organizing files, Elements provides [more…]

How to Organize Images in Photoshop Elements 9 with Keyword Tags

Photoshop Elements enables you to organize images by using keyword tags. After you acquire your images in the Organizer, sort them and add keyword tags according to the dates you took the pictures, the [more…]

How to Manage Existing Keyword Tags in Photoshop Elements 9

You can manage keyword tags in Photoshop Elements by using menu commands from the New drop-down menu and other commands from a contextual menu that you open by right-clicking a keyword tag on the Keyword [more…]

Importing Photos to a New Catalog in Photoshop Elements 9

When you open files in the Photoshop Elements Organizer, the files are saved automatically to a catalog. The files aren’t really saved to the catalog; rather, links from the catalog to the individual files [more…]

How to Create an Album to Organize Photos in Photoshop Elements 9

In Photoshop Elements, you can use the Albums panel to create an album to organize your photos. You might want to organize an album for sharing photos with others on [more…]

How to Batch Process Multiple Files in Photoshop Elements 9

If you have a number of common edits you want to apply to multiple files, Photoshop Elements lets you batch process these changes. With a single menu command, you can change file formats, change file attributes [more…]

Using Search Options to Find Images in Photoshop Elements 9

The Organizer’s Find menu in Photoshop Elements is devoted entirely to searching photos. From the Find menu, you can locate photos in collections, catalogs, and the Organizer window according to a variety [more…]

How to Create a Backup of a Photo Catalog in Photoshop Elements 9

Before you spend much time editing your images in Photoshop Elements, you should know how to create a backup of your photo catalogs. If you spend sufficient time working on a project and it gets to the [more…]

Zoom In and Out of Images with Photoshop Elements 10

Zooming in and out of images is a task you perform routinely while editing images in the image window, and also when working in other windows, such as the Camera Raw window and the Full Screen view. Zooming [more…]

Use the Photoshop Elements 10 Catalog Manager

Catalogs are created, deleted, and managed in the Catalog Manager. When you open files in the Organizer, all your files are saved automatically to a catalog. To access the Catalog Manager, choose File→Catalog [more…]

Splitting and Switching Catalogs in Photoshop Elements 10

Unfortunately, Photoshop Elements 10 doesn’t provide you with a command to split large catalogs in the Catalog Manager into smaller ones. It’s best to understand first how you want to organize your photos [more…]

Back Up Your Catalog Manager in Photoshop Elements 10

When organizing your files, adding keyword tags, creating albums, and creating stacks and version sets, you want to back up the catalog file in case it becomes corrupted. Fortunately, backing up catalogs [more…]

Back Up Photos and Files with Photoshop Elements 10

With files stored all over your hard drive, manually copying files to a second hard drive, CD, or DVD would take quite a bit of time. Fortunately, Photoshop Elements 10 makes finding files to back up a [more…]

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