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The Photoshop® Elements 10 Book for Digital Photographers by Matt Kloskowski, Scott Kelby

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Automatic Special Effects

Before we dive into the special effects you can apply to your photos, I wanted to show you some effects that come with Elements. If you go to the Guided Edit tab in the Elements Editor, which has been updated in Elements 10, and scroll near the bottom, you’ll see Lens Effects, Photography Effects, and Photo Play. We’ll take a quick look at one of the Photography Effects here, and in the next few tutorials, we’ll look at some of the other effects.

Step One:

In the Editor, open the photo you’d like to work with and click on Guided at the top of the Edit tab. Near the bottom of the Palette Bin, you’ll see three palettes with special effects. Here, there’s everything from an old-fashioned photo effect to the Lomo camera ...

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