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Adobe Photoshop Elements 13 Classroom in a Book, 2015 Adobe Systems Incorporated and its licensors All rights reserved. If this guide is distributed with software that includes an end user agreement this guide as well as the. software described in it is furnished under license and may be used or copied only in accordance with the. terms of such license Except as permitted by any such license no part of this guide may be reproduced. stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic mechanical record. ing or otherwise without the prior written permission of Adobe Systems Incorporated Please note that. the content in this guide is protected under copyright law even if it is not distributed with software that. includes an end user license agreement, The content of this guide is furnished for informational use only is subject to change without notice and. should not be construed as a commitment by Adobe Systems Incorporated Adobe Systems Incorporated. assumes no responsibility or liability for any errors or inaccuracies that may appear in the informational. content contained in this guide, Please remember that existing artwork or images that you may want to include in your project may be. protected under copyright law The unauthorized incorporation of such material into your new work could. be a violation of the rights of the copyright owner Please be sure to obtain any permission required from. the copyright owner, Any references to company names in sample files are for demonstration purposes only and are not. intended to refer to any actual organization, Adobe the Adobe logo Acrobat Classroom in a Book Illustrator InDesign Photoshop Premiere and.
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The Adobe Photoshop Elements 13 Classroom in a Book course presents tips. techniques and solutions for using Adobe Photoshop Elements These Instructor. Notes are intended to complement the information in the Adobe Photoshop. Elements 13 Classroom in a Book, The information is organized to follow the sequence of instruction in each lesson. However the notes are not intended to expand on each and every exercise but. rather to point out potential teaching opportunities not specifically covered in the. lesson or areas where students might easily be confused. Course strategy, The book includes a Getting Started chapter and 10 lessons which will take differ. ent amounts of time to complete You can teach approximately one chapter per. session but depending upon the number and duration of sessions in your course. you may wish to combine related exercises from some of the shorter lessons or split. up some of the more involved lessons, To this end you should make your own assessment of the complexity of the v arious. exercises in each lesson Some non essential exercises and those that require. Internet access where that is not available in the classroom may be best assigned. as follow up work to be completed at home, The following lesson summaries will help you to structure your course. Getting Started covers setting up a work folder to store the files generated E Tip One way to. during the lessons and downloading the sample images used in the exercises simplify file storage and. retrieval in classroom, from the Account page at peachpit com If students do not have access to the.
situations is to have, Internet in class you ll need to download the sample images for at least the first each student add their. lesson or two before your course begins and distribute them to your students own name to the name. of their work folder, This chapter also introduces the key concept of the catalog file outlines the. conventions used in the book for denoting command strings and for separating. equivalent terms and commands for Windows and Mac OS and lists help. support and learning resources, In the classroom this section is best combined with Lesson 1 so that students. will already have an established lessons folder when they create their first cata. log import the Lesson 1 images and explore the workspace The concept of the. catalog file and the use of help and resources are revisited in Lesson 1 for both. subjects emphasis and reiteration are worthwhile at the beginning of the course. ADOBE PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS 13 CLASSROOM IN A BOOK 3, Lesson 1 provides an introduction to the Photoshop Elements interface and. workspace that is basic to all the following lessons Students create a catalog. file and import sample images before learning how to navigate the workspace. move between modules work with panels and make use of the various viewing. modes Methods for importing images and other media are covered in more. detail in Lesson 2, Lesson 1 also touches on the subject of Keyword Tags which is expanded in.
more detail in Lesson 3, This lesson also covers the various methods for accessing Help If Internet. access is not available in class students should be encouraged to explore these. resources in their own time To this end it may be helpful to assign a series of. questions and have your students find answers online before the next class. Note The sample images to be imported for Lesson 1 are also referenced through. Lessons 2 and 3 If your first class does not follow the exercises as presented in the. book your students should at least prepare for the following sessions by creating a. working catalog and importing the Lesson 1 sample images. E Tip Lesson 2 covers Lessons 2 and 3 should be treated as linked parts of an integrated exploration. importing images from of the Elements Organizer This is reflected in the fact that these two lessons. a digital camera or, reference a single combined lesson folder the same set of images together. memory card reader so, you may wish to have with those imported for Lesson 1 will be taken through all the stages of the. your students come to Organizer workflow from import to searching Through the course of Lessons. class prepared for this 2 and 3 each exercise builds on the last so that the success of each step is. dependent on the completion of those preceding it, Lesson 2 begins with a series of exercises covering the various methods for. importing images and then introduces the People Places and Events views. in the Organizer outlining the workflow respective to each of them. Lesson 3 looks at ratings keyword tags version sets stacks and albums. showing how these traditional sorting tools can be applied within the People. Places and Events organizational model then looks at a variety of ways to. search and filter the catalog, E Tip In Lesson 3 Mobile Albums and integration with Adobe Revel are introduced in Lesson 3.
students are encour and then expanded on in Lesson 10 with discussion of sharing via Revel. aged to use their own, photographs in creating Lessons 4 through 8 all focus on the Editor module including exercises that. Mobile Albums and deal with different aspects of image adjustment correction retouching and. establishing an account,at Adobe Revel If, repair Lessons 5 and 6 in particular may be too involved to complete all the. Internet access is avail exercises in a single class session so you may find possibilities for recombining. able in class students exercises from these lessons to suit your schedule. will need to come pre, pared if not these tasks Lesson 4 begins with coverage of the simple one click editing techniques that. may be assigned to be can be applied in the Organizer and in Full Screen mode and then introduces. completed at home, some of the fundamental concepts and terminology behind digital image editing. 4 INSTRUCTOR NOTES, Exercises explore the use of the histogram as an analytical tool and illustrate.
the concepts of color correction and lighting adjustment which are further. elaborated in Lesson 5 and 6 respectively, Lesson 4 covers the Auto Smart Tone feature and the Quick Edit mode s Effects. Textures and Frames panels The lesson also details steps for batch processing. files with automatic adjustments then it concludes with an examination of the. Camera Raw workspace that reiterates the technical concepts of white balance. color temperature and tint and the relationship between the histogram and the. shadows highlights and levels controls, Lesson 5 focuses on working with color while Lesson 6 deals with exposure. problems Lesson 5 includes a section on setting up multiple files to compare the. results of various approaches to a correction problem a technique which. will be used again in Lesson 6 Lesson 5 also introduces the new Refine Selection. brush for making even better selections to apply the adjustments referred to in. later lessons Lessons 5 and 6 both feature the use of layers and blending modes. and techniques for selective editing, Lesson 7 moves beyond correction and adjustment to explore a variety of tools. and techniques for re composing retouching and re interpreting photos. Lesson 8 is another stand alone lesson though it does depend to some extent. on skills learned in earlier lessons Lesson 8 deals with a variety of methods for. combining multiple photos using the Photomerge tools and also includes an. exercise on creating a composite image manually that will increase the student s. familiarity with using selections layers and masks. Lesson 9 introduces the Create mode where students will create a photo book. that includes not only photos from the catalog but also artwork such as themes. backgrounds frames and clip art from the Graphics library. The lesson begins by exploring the Graphics library and then steps the student. through the Photo Book project the most complex of those available in the Create. menu In the course of the project students learn basic skills for working with. design elements such as backgrounds frames and text objects that are applicable. to any of the simpler projects and also become more familiar with the Layers panel. The section Refining your Photo Book layout using layers and effects revisits and. reinforces several techniques used in the four preceding lessons. This lesson also covers the completely revised Slideshow Builder which is now. available on the Mac as well plus the creative use of text filters and the filter. gallery with more references to the use of layers layer masks and blending. Lesson 10 deals with printing sharing and exporting as well as catalog backups. This lesson covers several topics that will be more effective if your students. have Internet access including exercises on sharing via Adobe Revel however. most of the exercises can still be followed even without a printer or Internet. connection,ADOBE PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS 13 CLASSROOM IN A BOOK 5. New and enhanced features, Several lessons introduce new tools or cover enhancements to features and work.
flows in Photoshop Elements 13, Lessons 2 and 3 In Elements Organizer 13 the method of selecting photos based. on their keyword tags as well as people places and events tags has been cleaned. up from the previous version A new checkbox appears to the left of a tag or tag. category clicking it displays only the photos that have that tag. The My Folders list which formerly appeared as an item in the left hand pane now. The Adobe Photoshop Elements 13 Classroom in a Book course presents tips techniques and solutions for using Adobe Photoshop Elements These Instructor Notes are intended to complement the information in the Adobe Photoshop Elements 13 Classroom in a Book The information is organized to follow the sequence of instruction in each lesson However the notes are not intended to expand on each

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