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Photoshop Elements 2  

This class picks up where Photoshop Elements 1 left off. We’ll cover basic color correction, and we’ll do facial retouching, giving you experience with making selections of parts of a photo, masking, cloning, and healing. Other topics may include raw file development, converting a color photo to black and white, and sharpening. Extensive handouts are included. We’ll cover most of the last half of this outline: You may use a computer in the lab or bring in your own laptop. If using a school computer, bring some of your photos to class on a large-capacity flash drive. A 128 MB flash drive is about $28. Windows users can use a flash drive or an external hard drive. Prerequisite: Basic computer knowledge. Got a question? Ask the teacher, Jim Beecher, at Note #1: Photoshop Elements 15 is used in class. You’re welcome to use, at home, any version between 11 and 15. Photoshop Elements 15, on a Windows 10 computer, requires a 64-bit version of Windows 10. To find out which version you have, press the Windows key + the Pause key. Look for System Type. If you see 32-bit, purchase Photoshop Elements 14. Note #2: This is a Photoshop Elements class - not Photoshop. However, if you have Photoshop CC - and are adept at using software and computers - you can use Photoshop CC at home.


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