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Q1:This looks as if it’s going to be complicated. Are you sure I can do it?
A1: Of course you can. There’s a lot to learn, but none of it’s difficult.
Q2:What’s the most important thing to know?
A2: The more you work with Photoshop Elements, or any other software program, the better you’ll get at using it. In other words, practice. I try to take a few minutes a day, no matter what else I’m doing, to try a new way of combining filters, a different blending mode for combining two layers, or something else I haven’t done lately.
Q3:Is Photoshop Elements going to be enough, or do I really need to upgrade to Photoshop?
A3: You’ll know the answer to that after you have worked with Elements for a while. If you really need access to color channels, Bézier curves, and so on, you may need to upgrade. For most of us, most of the time, Elements has every tool and trick you need to rescue a bad picture or make a good one great.


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