Change the Color Saturation in Lightroom Classic CC: Overview You can change the color saturation in Lightroom Classic CC to adjust a photo’s overall color saturation. Color saturation in photography describes the intensity of a color. It is expressed as the degree to which the color differs from white. To change the color
Import Photos from a Scanner in Photoshop Elements: Overview You can also import photos from a scanner in Photoshop Elements directly into the Organizer. To import photos from a scanner in Photoshop Elements, first ensure your scanner is correctly connected and configured to work with your computer. This often involves downloading the most recent
Open Images in Photoshop Elements: Overview To open images in Photoshop Elements, select “File| Open…” from the Menu Bar. Doing that then launches the “Open” dialog box. Use this system dialog box to navigate to the folder in your computer’s file system within which to look for image files. Once inside the folder
Guided Edit Mode in Photoshop Elements: Overview Guided Edit mode in Photoshop Elements lets you make basic choices and have the program do the work for you. To use Guided Edit mode in Photoshop Elements, click “Guided” in the Shortcuts Bar. Within Guided Edit mode in Photoshop Elements, select the image to use.
Rename Photos in the Organizer in Photoshop Elements: Overview You can rename photos in the Organizer in Photoshop Elements. An important part of organizing media files is giving the files names that easily let you find them when needed. You should rename files to give them a unique name that easily shows their content.
Watch Folders in Photoshop Elements: Overview If using Windows, you can specify watch folders in Photoshop Elements. Watch folders are folders the Organizer watches to look for new media you add to the folders. By default, the “My Pictures” folder is the default watch folder in Photoshop Elements. You can also specify additional folders
Haze Removal in Photoshop Elements: Overview Haze Removal in Photoshop Elements lets you manually remove haze or fog from an image. This helps if you do not like the results produced by using the “Auto Haze Removal” tool. To apply Haze Removal in Photoshop Elements to manually remove haze or fog, first select the
Sort Images in the Organizer in Photoshop Elements: Overview To sort images in the Organizer in Photoshop Elements, use the “Sort By” drop-down. This drop-down appears just above and to the left of the Organizer window. You can choose to sort by date, placing the newest or oldest images at the top. It is