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Digital Portrait Photography For Dummies® by Doug Sahlin

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Chapter 12. Sharing Your Images

After you get your photos into the computer and edit them to pixel perfection, it's time to share your portraits with friends, relatives, and, of course, the person in the photograph. You have lots of ways to share images, and you can do most of them using Photoshop Elements. In fact, there are so many ways you can share images that I won't be able to show you all of them in one chapter. But I show you the ones I think are important. In addition, I introduce you to some third-party companies you can use to turn your portraits into wall art.

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Sending Photo Mail

Sending photos via e-mail is a wonderful way to keep friends and relatives up to date with the important events in your life. Whether you're shooting portraits of friends, or portraits of family members, you can easily share your photos by sending them as Photo Mail by following these steps:

  1. Launch the Photoshop Elements Organizer workspace.

  2. Select the photo you want to send.

    You can locate a photo using the Find command, or by clicking the applicable keyword tag. You are assigning keywords to your photos when you download them, aren't you?

  3. Click the Share button.

    The options for sharing photos appear.

  4. Click Photo Mail.

    The right pane of the Organizer ...

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