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Newsletter for 17th February

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newsletterAdded this week: This week we have a new video tutorial on the many Photo Projects choices in Photoshop Elements, a techniques that detaiuls how to add texture to your images, five new tips 'n' techniques and the recording of last week's live e-seminar. Enjoy!

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Welcome to the PSE.NET newsletter for 17th of February.

With a video tutorial introducing Photoshop Elements' great Photo Projects, a technique detailing how to add texture to your photos, five terrific tips 'n' techniques and the recording of last week's e-seminar, there is plenty on offer for members this week. 

Have a great week and good luck with your imaging!

Philip Andrews


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Newly added Member's resources:

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You have carefully processed your photos to perfection and now you are lloking for an equally great way to present them. That's where Elements' Photos Projects step in. This video tutorial introduces how you can include your own pictures into any of the great photo projects available in Elements. Click here to view.

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


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

Reapplying the Last Selected Filter, exaplaining the Saturation rendering setting, using the Correct Camera Distortion filter to fix problem pictures, using the Artwork and Effects palette and locating your photos with the Find command.

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.


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Texture can add interest to your photos and help to replicate the look of high ISO films. In this week's technique we use the Add Noise filter to bring a little more texture to your photos. Have a look at the technique here

Click here to go to the Techniques archive.

Next Live E-Seminar:

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THE Ultimate Guide to Adjusting Color in Photoshop Elements

Photoshop Elements contains many features that you can use to adjust the colors in your images. This live e-seminar introduces the following features and demonstrates how you can put them to work on your photos:

* Auto Color Correction
* Hue/Saturation
* Color Variations
* Remove Color
* Remove Color Cast
* Replace Color
* Adjust Color for Skin Tone

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 http://pacific.adobe.acrobat.com/PSE8-Color/ with a guest name 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 3th March 20.00 (New York time)

UK/EUROPE: Wednesday 3th March 20.00 (London time)

ASIA/PACIFIC: Wednesday 3th March 20.00 (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.
Copyright 2010 Philip Andrews and PhotoshopElements.net.
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Last Updated ( Tuesday, 16 February 2010 02:40 )  
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