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1When you work in Photoshop Elements 3.0 Editor, you can click Standard Edit () and Quick Fix () on the shortcuts bar to switch back and forth between the two editing modes.
2Yes. The Enhance menu contains commands that are equivalent to the buttons in the Quick Fix palettes: Auto Smart Fix, Auto Levels, Auto Contrast, and Auto Color Correction. The Enhance menu also provides an Adjust Smart Fix command, which opens a dialog box in which you can change the amount of automatic fixing.
3The Red Eye tool () does an extraordinarily good job of automatically fixing red eye. However, it works only with red, not with the glowing yellow or green eyes that a camera flash or other strong light will create in an animal’s eyes. To change animal eyes, you need to use other techniques, such as using the Color Replacement tool (), as described in Project 3 in this lesson.
4A selection is an area you define as the only part of a layer that can be altered. The areas outside the selection are protected from change for as long as the selection is active.
5The Elliptical Marquee tool () and its close cousin, the Rectangular Marquee tool () make selections in fixed geometric shapes when you drag them across the image. The Lasso tool can create free-form selections; you drag the Lasso tool around the area that you want to select. In later lessons in this book, you’ll use the Magic Wand tool, which selects all the areas with the same color as the place where you click it. Another tool that you’ll use in later lessons is the Selection Brush tool, which works like a paintbrush that you drag over the image to select areas.


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