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I also have a confession to make: I recently got a fancy DSLR camera, but I am pretty darn clueless as to how to properly use it. Until I learn all of the settings, I am shooting in automatic mode and praying for the best. It blows my old camera out of the water, but still, I find myself wishing I could get more out of my photos. Until my skills improve, I am not a pro by any means.
With Adobe PhotoShop Elements 14, you can transform your images with a few simple clicks. There's no need to be an editing master, because this program offers not only Quick Edits, it also has the Guided Editing feature.
Exposure problems? Maybe your photo is "alright", but it might look 1000% better with a little tweaking? (I have this problem constantly!)
Well, PhotoShop Elements 14 makes it easy and painless to transform your photo from blah to WOW.
Check out this photo I took of my amazing Indian Butter Chicken. The before photo is on the left. As you can see, it didn't look bad, but it was lacking that wow factor. Just a few simple clicks and the lighting, composition, and color were corrected, making this photo look much improved.
Rather than being washed out and boring, my Indian Butter Chicken is now crisp, clear, and colorful. I was amazed at the difference some simple editing could make!
With PhotoShop Elements 14, you can add all kinds of magic to your photos, even if you're not a professional photographer. Oh! I should also mention that this program also includes the tools you need to organize your projects.
I have tried other editing programs in the past, and this one certainly takes the cake! I love the fact that the program has been simplified enough so even novice users (like me) can successfully edit their photos.
Remember, you can grab your own copy of Adobe PhotoShop Elements 14 at your local Best Buy! If a picture is worth 1,000 words, use this program to make them as beautiful as possible!
Have you tried Adobe PhotoShop Elements 14?
What masterpieces would YOU create?