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Creating a Catalogue

If you want the Organiser to manage your media collection in Photoshop Elements, one of the first jobs you're going to need to undertake is the creation of a new catalogue to put it all in. In this tutorial I'll show you how it's done, as well as pass along some tips as to how to switch between various catalogues, repair them if you suffer technical difficulties, and remove them from your computer if you ever decide you don't want them anymore.

A Beginner's Guide to Photoshop Elements 11 - Now Available!

 

Today we proudly announce our latest video series ‘A Beginner’s Guide to Photoshop Elements 11’ – our 12 hour training title that covers everything from importing and organising your media to editing and then printing files using a local inkjet printer.

This video serves as the introduction to our training title 'A Beginner's Guide to Photoshop Elements 11' -  a course of over 80 videos organised into 14 chapters covering everything from the Organiser to the 'Expert' editing mode. The whole series lasts 12.5 hours and is available now. Take a look at this video for more information.

Happy Holidays 2012
The clock has just struck midnight officially making it Christmas Day (or morning) and so I wanted to come on here to wish all of our members a happy holiday season and a successful 2013.
 
My view on Christmas is simple. It’s time out from the usual hectic schedule of life to spend some well earned hours with family and close friends.

Coming Soon - A Beginner's Guide to Photoshop Elements 11

We are pleased to announce that our next video series ‘A Beginner’s Guide to Photoshop Elements 11’ will be released in late December 2012. Work on the training title is currently underway.

The Facebook 500
I’ve just noticed that our Facebook page has accumulated its 500th ‘like’ and so I thought I’d mark the occasion with a quick blog post.
 
I’d like to thank all 500 people who have supported us through Facebook, and it’s especially nice to see the diverse nature of our page, with represented countries including the United States, Philippines, Malaysia, Norway, Spain, United Arab Emirates, Germany, Lithuania and many more.
 
Overview of the Guided Edit Mode - Part 1

Regardless of your experience, the Guided Edit Mode is a good place to start in Photoshop Elements 10. It will help us see what's possible inside the software, and help us to focus our attention on what needs to be done. I'll start the series off by helping you to fully understand the many guided edits available, such as cropping and straightening a photo.

Introducing A Beginner's Guide to Fixing Photos

Join us as we unvail 'A Beginner's Guide to Fixing Photos in Photoshop Elements 10', our 5+ hour video series which looks at the many tools and commands available in Photoshop Elements 10 to adjust and correct photographs. We've designed the course to work at all levels, regardless of your current level of understanding, so we're sure that everyone from beginners to established users will see the value of the the training title.

PC Vs Mac

This video helps users to identify the key differences between versions of Photoshop Elements 10 when viewing the course 'A Beginner's Guide to Fixing Photos in Photoshop Elements 10'. We'll look at the differences in terms of screen layout and keyboard shortcuts.

A Beginner's Guide to Fixing Photos - Coming Soon!

I’m currently working on my next video series for release in late August entitled ‘A Beginner’s Guide to Fixing Photos’. It will be based on the ‘Basic Photo Edits’ chapter from my previous series ‘A Beginner’s Guide to Photoshop Elements 9’, detailing the basics every user needs to know, expanding into additional topics that I’ve not discussed before.

This is a great opportunity for me to work with photographers who use Photoshop Elements 10 to enhance and adjust their images.