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In this set of videos, Matt Kloskowski shows you all the great new features of Photoshop Elements 12, letting you in on some of the fun and creative new things you can do with your photos, whether you’re new to Elements or jumping forward from a previous version.
The Content Aware technology in Elements is amazing and one of the easiest ways to retouch your photos. In Elements 12 they’ve added even more options to use it. If you’ve ever wanted to move an area from one part of the photo to another then you’re going to love this new feature.
Revel is Adobe’s photo sharing service and a lot more. You can integrate the Organizer with Revel so that you can not only share your photos online, but edit them and make changes too. Even better, you can download the Revel app and have access to all of your photos from your tablet or phone as well.
Straighten and Fill Edges
We probably have more crooked photos than we’d like to admit. Well, before Elements 12, if you had to straighten your photo you ran the risk of eliminating a key part of the photo or leaving odd looking gaps along the edges. But with the new Straighten and Fill Edges option, you can let Elements do the work for you.
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In this video we’ll take a look at some of the new changes to the Organizer in Elements 12.
Open In Camera Raw
The Camera Raw dialog is probably one of the most powerful (and easiest) ways to edit your photos. Before Elements 12, it was a giant pain in the neck to edit a non-raw photo in the Camera Raw dialog. But now with the new “Open in Camera Raw” option, it’s really simple.
Auto Smart Tone
If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to automatically adjust your photos, then the new Auto Smart Tone is for you.