The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received Adobe PhotoShop Elements + Premiere Elements 14 at a reduced price or for free.
That’s our story. The very real story of our life at this moment.
Which is why I’m transitioning… again. I’m streamlining my life… again. It’s taken me close to a year to get to the second purge because I’m not about cold turkey, unless it comes with bacon and a crispy leaf of lettuce, but it’s time for the next phase.
Over the next few months, you will see a decrease in blog work and more videos on my YouTube channel. I get my kicks from straight grinding through work projects but the kids are starting to notice when this or that project spills out of my office hours and into their time. I even got the whole, “Mommy will you play with me? I want you to play with me. You can work later.” talk a week or so ago.
I don’t know why it took me so long, but I have started to utilize the process multiple files feature in Adobe PhotoShop Elements 14 and I love it. It helps me resize and watermark my pictures in a few clicks.
I dig it. Processing multiple files at once is HUGE in my picture heavy line of work.
And then I fell down the rabbit hole for a hot minute. (OK, OK, OK! It was more like a day or two, but still.) I’m crushing on the Photomerge feature so I thought I would sort of show you how simple it is to use.
I started with the above picture.
Please refer to me as Magician Mallery in all email correspondences from here on out. Kthanks.