I am still in survival mode while I try to catch up on business/house/family matters that got pushed aside because of Delanie’s accident, so my next few tutorials are going to be video tutorials, with little or no screen prints. Thank you for understanding.
Today’s tutorial is on how to customize your workspace in Photoshop Elements. If you have PSE 8 or PSE 9, you can “nest” your panels in a variety of ways. If you have PSE 7 and older, you have access to all the panels I reference, you just cannot nest them together as I show in the video.
Why bother customizing your workspace? To have often-used panels/boxes in easy to access places, to speed your workflow. Getting to things quickly can really cut down on your editing time, believe it or not.
Customizing your PSE workspace is something I share in the Beginner’s workshop I teach and I showed it last night in the Watch Me Work session. The video recording had cut off just before I showed this to them, so I thought I would share it for everyone to learn here on the blog. I hope you enjoy this little tip and that it helps you get to know your Photoshop Elements a little better.
Note: We had a great time in the Watch Me Work session last night and I have another one coming up on June 12 at 8:30 PM EST. If you would like to have access to the recording, you can purchase it below.