As you’ll discover in the rest of the book, Photoshop Elements is a sophisticated image editor, enabling anyone to make photo corrections that would have been absurdly difficult years ago. But sometimes you don’t want to be an image expert. Let the computer to do the work for you, analyzing photos and correcting them automatically.
Quick Fix is the tool to reach for when you don’t want to mess with the particulars, or when you know that a photo needs just a bit of tweaking.
The concepts behind the tools in Quick Fix, such as adjusting levels and sharpening, are dealt with later in the book. Use this chapter as a jumping-off point.
Quick Fix is a component of the Editor workspace. The interface is simple and ...