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Easily Edit Travel Photos with Adobe Photoshop Elements 2020

I just got home from an awesome family vacation where we visited 5 theme parks and experienced an airboat ride in Florida. I took so many photos – some great, some hilarious and some not so photogenic moments. Luckily I was just sent Adobe Photoshop Elements 2020 so I can easily edit travel photos that are less than desirable.

Editing Family Photos

Getting a good family photo is tricky, especially the more people you have! When one person looks good, another may be squinting from the sun, and vice versa. We experienced just this while on our Florida vacation.  In addition to head swapping, you can auto-select each family member with just one click. Adobe Sensei-powered smart tags uses face recognition for easily labeling photos too. Plus, make everyone look their absolute best with automatic skin smoothing. This is a bonus for those bad acne days for the teens. 

Editing Colors

Feel like your photos just aren’t vibrant enough? You can revitalize your photos with automatic colorization, and it’s as easy as one click! There are also several new auto creations such as B&W Selection, Pattern Brush, Painterly, and Depth of Field effects. It’s so much fun to explore all of the endless photo editing possibilities to edit travel photos and photos from every day occasions.

Remove Unwanted Objects

My son Carter wanted photos of himself in every park we visited, but with it being the holiday season, parks were pretty crowded. Getting that perfect photo without tons of people in the background is challenging! With Photoshop Elements 2020, get two new Guided Edits for removing unwanted objects and brushing on patterns. To remove background from an image I use Adobe Express. Just like that I removed all of the background people from Carter’s photo in front of Cinderella’s castle! I still have a lot of practicing to do, but I’m confident I’ll get there in no time. 

Photo Gifts

Another great thing about Adobe Photoshop Elements 2020 is that after you edit travel photos and the like, you can create over 140 photo gifts and prints, such as wall art, mugs, and phone accessories with the Prints & Gifts service. Gifting this holiday season couldn’t be easier! 

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Emily Buys

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