This collection of downloadable videos in WMV format for Windows PC computers shows how you can add that professional polish to your images.
Here at Wildcard Photography we always advocate getting it right ‘in-camera’ as far as possible but in this digital age all images need some degree of post-capture processing to bring out their full potential.
In this series of videos to watch on your Windows PC computer you will learn how we do it using Adobe Photoshop Elements. Please note that this is a downloadable product not a physical DVD.
Learn how to remove blemishes, clean up your landscapes, tweak exposure, give colours a boost and much more to create vibrant and eye-catching photographs that you can be proud of.
The combined videos contain over two hours of essential tips and techniques and is split into two parts:
Part 1 is an introduction to Photoshop Elements and is a tour of all the main tools and functions with examples of their use.
Part 2 is a series of ‘case studies’ where you follow along as we take a number of our images straight from camera through each step of the process to the final presentation.
Please note that these videos are based on Elements 11, which has now been superseded, but the main editing tools all work in a similar way to more recent versions and are in fact common to most other editing programs. However, your version of whichever software you are using may look slightly different.
Due to the large file sizes of these vidoes, they will be delivered via WeTransfer in two parts. Upon receipt of your order we will send you email links within 24 hours from where you will be able to download the files. The download emails will be sent to the same email address used by your Paypal account so please make sure that this is live and check any spam folders for the WeTransfer messages.
Requirements: Windows PC computer with DVD-ROM drive, speakers and Microsoft Windows Media Player or other software capable of playing WMV (Windows Media Video) files.
Please note that Wildcard Photography and this DVD-ROM are not endorsed in any way by Adobe. All rights of the registered trademark holders are acknowledged and reserved.