In order to straighten photos with crooked horizons or otherwise crooked components, Photoshop Elements rotates these photos entirely. In doing so, extra white space is created along the canvas, which may not be desirable for your project. In this tutorial, learn how to use the Autofill option to have Elements fill in the resulting white space with sampled content from the image. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Photoshop-Elements-tutorials/Photoshop-Elements-12-Essential-Training/139993-2.html?utm_campaign=DHeIqPNl7yY&utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube.
This tutorial is a single movie from the Photoshop Elements 12 Essential Training course presented by lynda.com author Jan Kabili. The complete course is 6 hours and 43 minutes and introduces the photo organizing, editing, and sharing features of Photoshop Elements 12, the less expensive version of Photoshop for casual photographers who want to achieve professional results.
1. Importing Photos
2. Streamlined Photo Editing
3. Expert Editing Basics
4. Changing Size and Composition in Expert Edit
5. Working with Layers in Expert Edit
6. Using Selections and Masks in Expert Edit
7. Correcting Photos in Expert Edit
8. Processing in Camera Raw
9. Managing Photos in the Organizer
10. Working with Missing Files and Folders in the Organizer
11. Working with Virtual Albums in the Organizer
12. Keyword Tagging in the Organizer
13. Organizing Photos by People, Events, and Place
14. Sharing and Printing Photos