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Newsletter for 24th February

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newsletterAdded this week: This week we provide a video demonstrating how to print your photos online and on the desktop, a technique that outlines brightening eyes in portraits and five new tips 'n' tricks. Enjoy!

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Welcome to the PSE.NET newsletter for 24th of February.

The last few days I have been in San Jose talking to the Photoshop Elements, Lightroom and Photoshop development teams about current and future features in these great products. It is hard to believe, given the range of features already in these products, but there are still plenty of amazing ideas that these folks are working on for future releases. So stay tuned!

You may have heard that last week also marked the 20th anniversary of Photoshop and, given that Elements owes its heritage to this older sibling, it is worth having a look at some of the videos, blog entries and websites marking this occassion.

For instance checkout this episode of the newly created Photoshop 20th Aniversary chanel. In this documentary, the founders of Adobe Photoshop - John Knoll, Thomas Knoll, Russell Brown, and Steve Guttman - tell the story of how an amazing coincidence of circumstances, that came together at just the right time 20 years ago, spawned a cultural paradigm shift unparalleled in our lifetime.  

It is amazing how far we have come in such a short period of time. 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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Still one of the most popular presentation options for photographers is printing. Photoshop Elements has a variety of options for sending your files to print. This tutorial looks at how to print to a desktop machine as well as what steps you need to take to print online. 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:

Using the Invert Adjustment Layer command, Removing details with the Clone Stamp tool, the Photo Layout option, explaining what is a Continuous Tone Image, and how to find your photos based on their details or metadata.   

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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Often tweaking the eyes of a portrait photo will add a little much needed sparkle to the photo. This technique steps you through how you can brighten the eyes of your subject in your photos of friends and family. 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, 23 February 2010 21:43 )  
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