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Newsletter for 10th February
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Newsletter for 10th February

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newsletterAdded this week: Always wanted to know how to create your own slide show but wasn't sure where to start? Check out the new video tutorial on using Photoshop Elements' Slide Show editor. We have also added five new Tips 'n' Tricks entries, including an overview of the Photo Downloader and an explanation of what an 8-bit photo file is. And the technique for this week details how to produce the popular 'cross-processing' effect with you own photos. 

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Welcome to the PSE.NET newsletter for 10th of February.

Some Elements users feel that the techniques used by professionals to achive their signature look or style are too complex or sophisticated to be reproduced with their photos at home. This is not the case. Most of you already have the skills and Elements certainly has the power to produce professional results with you own photos. So this week I thought that we would reproduce the cross-processing effect that is popular with fashion and commercial photographers in four simple steps that I am sure all of you can follow. Check out the technique here.

If you missed the Panorama e-seminar rember you can view the recording which is located in our seminar archives. To view the recording go to this link . And don't forget this weeks e-seminar where we introduce how to us Lightroom and Photoshop Elements together. This is a great introduction to combining the talents of both these great Adobe programs. Remember these seminars are open access so all you need to do is log in with you name as a guest at this web address

Have a great week and good luck with your imaging!

Philip Andrews


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In this week's video tutorial we take you step by step through the creation of a multimedia slide show with Elements' own slide show editor. Click here to view.

To see a list of all Member's Videos click here.


Five new Tips 'n' Tricks entries have been added this week. The new topics include:

Creating Spotlight Lighting Effects, what is an Active layer, Lighting controls in the Quick Fix edit mode, using the Adobe Photo Downloader, and explaining what an 8-bit photo file is really all about.

To see a list of all Tips 'n' Tricks entries click here. You can also search for a tip or trick from this page as well.


This week we show you how to recreate the 'cross-processing' look so popular with professional photographers. Yes you can get pro results using your own images and the great tools in Photoshop Elements. Follow these steps to see how. 

Click here to go to the Techniques archive.

Next Live E-Seminar:


lightroom and elements combine - Please note the changed date!

If you are starting to feel a little constricted with the features and tools in Photoshop Elements but don't want to waste all the time that you have spent building your Catalog and editing skills, then it maybe time to move up to a workflow that incorporates both Photoshop Elements and Lightroom. This Live E-seminar will show you how to resuse your Elements' library in Lightroom and how a Lightroom managed photo can be edited in Elements.

If you haven't joined one of our e-seminars before, it's easy! All you need to do is log in to this web address at the times listed below, turn on your speakers and sit back and see me demonstrate the program. The program will consist of a presentation and then time for questions.

Don't worry if you can't make the live demo as I will record the session and make it available later in the Member's Live Seminars archives.

USA/CANADA: Wednesday 10th February 19.00 (New York time)
Wednesday 10th February 19.00 (London time)
Wednesday 10th February 19.00 (Sydney time)

Want to know what other Live E-seminars we have planned for the next few weeks. Take a look at our Upcoming Events list here.
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Last Updated ( Tuesday, 09 February 2010 23:56 )  

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