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Photoshop Elements 13: The Missing Manual. When Photoshop Elements was first released back in 2001, it became a runaway success. It’s easy to see why: Elements gives people all the tools they need to get the very best from their photographs. It lets you take a ho-hum shot and give it some wow. If you run a graphics studio or a large professional photography business, then you need the full version of Photoshop. But for most people who aren’t creating images for commercial printing, Elements offers a very useful toolkit at an appealing price.
Even if you already have a photo-management program like Adobe’s Lightroom or Apple’s Aperture, you’ll find that Elements offers tools for certain tasks that you can’t perform with those programs. Since Adobe introduced their new Creative Cloud monthly subscription plan for Photoshop, a lot of people are looking for an alternative that doesn’t require paying every month forever. If you’re one of them, Elements may be a good fit for you, but you need to be aware that a lot of features and controls are pretty well hidden in Elements. It’s a capable, midlevel image-editing program, but you need to know where to find things, since Elements is laid out quite differently from Photoshop and some features have different names. (For instance, if you’ve used Photoshop, what you know as Smart Sharpen is called Adjust Sharpness in Elements. ) Happily, you have this book to guide you. Why Photoshop Elements.
Adobe Photoshop is the granddaddy of all image-editing programs. It’s the Big Cheese, the industry standard against which everything else is measured. Every photo you’ve seen in a book or magazine in the past 15 years or so has almost certainly passed through Photoshop on its way to being printed.
You just can’t buy anything that gives you more control over pictures than Photoshop does. But Photoshop has some big drawbacks: It’s darned hard to learn, it’s expensive (and now a lot of people are turned off by Adobe’s new subscription-only Creative Cloud plan), and many of its features are just plain overkill if you don’t work on pictures for a living. For several years, Adobe tried to find a way to cram many of Photoshop’s marvelous powers into a package that normal people could use. Finding the right formula was a slow process. First came PhotoDeluxe, a program that was lots of fun but came up short when you wanted to fine-tune how the program worked.
Adobe tried again with Photoshop LE, which many people felt included all the difficulty of full Photoshop, but still gave too little of what you needed to do top-notch work. Finally—sort of like Goldilocks—Adobe got it just right with Photoshop Elements, which took off like crazy because it offers so much of Photoshop’s power in a program that almost anyone can learn. With Elements, you, too, can work with the same wonderful tools that the pros use.
Elements has been around for quite a while now and, in each new version, Adobe has added lots of push-button-easy ways to correct and improve your photos. What You Can Do with Elements 13.
Elements not only lets you make photos look great, but it also helps you organize them and gives you some pretty neat projects in which to use them. The program even comes loaded with lots of easy ways to share photos. The list of what Elements can do is pretty impressive.
You can use it to:. Enhance photos by editing, cropping, and color-correcting them, including fixing exposure and color problems. Add all kinds of special effects to images, like turning a garden-variety photo into a drawing, painting, or even a tile mosaic. Combine photos into a panorama or montage. Move someone from one photo to another, and even remove people (your ex, perhaps) from last year’s holiday photos. Repair and restore old and damaged photos.
Organize photos and assign keywords to them so you can search by subject or name. Add text to images and turn them into things like greeting cards and flyers.
Create slideshows to share with friends, regardless of whether they use Windows, a Mac, or even just a cellphone. Automatically resize photos so they’re ready to send either as regular email attachments or in specially designed emails. Create digital artwork from scratch, even without a photo to work from. Create and edit graphics for websites.
Create wonderful projects like collages and calendars that you can print or digitally share with friends. Scrapbookers, get ready to be wowed. It’s worth noting, though, that there are still a few things Elements can’t do. While the program handles text quite competently, at least as photo-editing programs go, it’s still no substitute for QuarkXPress, InDesign, or any other desktop-publishing program. And Elements can do an amazing job of fixing problems in photos, but only if you give it something to work with. If your photo is totally overexposed, blurry, and the top of everyone’s head is cut off, there’s a limit to what even Elements can do to salvage it.
(C’mon, be fair. ) But you’re more likely to be surprised by what Elements can fix than by what it can’t.