Using the Backup Command in Photoshop Elements


 

How one should go about backing up their photos when using Photoshop Elements continues to be one of the most frequent questions asked by new and more experienced users of Photoshop Elements.

I have written on this subject a few times in the past on this blog. If you enter applicable keywords in the area provided at the bottom of the string of posts near the bottom of this page, you will get links to those earlier posts.

In this post, I will provide a link to a video tutorial I made some time ago, which covers both the Backup command and the Restore command in the Organizer of Photoshop Elements 6.

However, the same process and screens that are displayed when using these commands remain the same in Photoshop Elements 14. The video quality is certainly not the best, but I believe it is adequate to clearly describe the process. I plan to update the video with a better quality version soon, but in the meantime, I hope this one will help answer the many questions that keep coming up about the subject.

Click on the figure below to watch the video.

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2 thoughts on “Using the Backup Command in Photoshop Elements

  1. i am infront of the class but i can’t study it can’t connect wifi On Jan 31, 2016 6:52 PM, “Dons Digital Photo Corner – Blog” wrote:

    > don26812 posted: ” How one should go about backing up their photos when > using Photoshop Elements continues to be one of the most frequent questions > asked by new and more experienced users of Photoshop Elements. I have > written on this subject a few times in the past” >

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  2. Pingback: How to do a Full Backup in Photoshop Elements 14 – Don's Digital Photo Corner – Blog

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