I take a lot of photos for my sewing an it seems like it is becoming more and more important to do more with them. I was excited when I learned that Best Buy was going to be offering Adobe Photoshop Elements 2020 as a review to bloggers. They graciously offered me a copy in exchange for a review of this product.
When I used to take photos with my phone, I was not too worried about what they looked like or what they were going to look like even with editing. I could easily delete or crop out most of the things that I did not want. However, when I started using a DSLR it became much more important to get a good photo, where I could use the whole image.
Adobe Photoshop Elements 2020 allows me to do all of the things I have always wanted to do with a few clicks and little know how. My grand daughter is often the recipient of my sewing projects as she loves to have hand sewn Nana-makes to wear all the time, so when a project comes up its natural to use her as the model. The problem comes in when we have to take photos in the house and things are not always put away nicely or the lighting is not quite right.
Here is a before photo that I took of her in a new pair of pajamas I had made:
Now, I love this photo but I was unable to use it to showcase my sewing because all you can see is the ripped wallpaper art that the baby did and a bunch of mess underneath her bed. I used the Adobe Photoshop Elements 2020 to guide me through enhancements and removal tools to make the photo look so much better. If you notice, which I am sure you do, the artwork is gone and the crib is removed, and I even fixed up under the bed.
I loved how easy it is to make the picture look so much better. I had never used a photo editing software before, and now I am wondering how I ever did without it.
With Adobe Photoshop Elements 2020, you can fix skin tones and complexions, whiten teeth, fix red eye, adjust tint, lighting and about a million other things. It is so easy to use for fabulous results. You can see below how much better the photo looks.
Here is another example of removing objects:
If you notice when I changed the background of the photo you can see that the article I had sewn stands out so much more. I have a feeling this is going to be a game changer for me and editing my photos.