Your partner in redefining reality with Photoshop Elements

Sep 16, 2019

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As the Senior Manager of the Adobe Photography & Digital Imaging Customer Experience team, I would like to give you a warm welcome to our new Photoshop Elements community forum.

 

I've been using Adobe tools for decades. On everything from animation, live production, green screen (who remembers Drew Carey's Green Screen Show?), post-production editing, collaborative documents, graphic design, business marketing and in my photography.

 

As a photographer, I like to keep my skills fresh in any workflow--it helps me better understand how our users interact with digital imaging products. In addition to my favorite photo subjects—geographic & travel photography—I still shoot events, weddings, headshots, portraitures, stock, cityscapes, architecture, and food. (Well, and the occasional cat.) 

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At Adobe, my team and I partner and support photographers and digital artists like you. If you have any photography / digital image questions or suggestions, please send them my way by clicking here to email me. I'm happy to advocate for product suggestions, answer your questions, and share fresh content that will inspire your next creative endeavors!

 

The Adobe community introduced me to the power of digital very early in my career and has continued to provide endless tools to fuel creativity and inspire new art. I hope that everyone here will feel welcomed by their fellow photography lovers and digital colleagues. Our community forum is a place to answer your workflow questions, dive deeper into learning, and inspire you to achieve whatever your imagination desires.

 

Thanks for stopping by--I hope that you will join us on our new community page, like this postreply and introduce yourself, participate in our Friday Make It! Challenges, share your knowledge and show off how you use Photoshop Elements to spark creativity to reimagine reality! 

 

Rebecca

 

PS – If you are curious about #adobelife, I often post photos from Adobe events on my IG feed at https://www.instagram.com/rebeccakellyw/

 

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Sep 20, 2019

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I currently have Adobe Photoshop Elements 14 with about 1500 photos in several files with captions.  It appears when copying photos/files to a removeable drive that the captions don't also transfer with individual photos.  I was told by Adobe Technical Services the only only ways to accomplish this transfer are to copy the files to a separate PC computer file(s) and then either reload in PS/LR or Adobe Workshop Elements 19 (and there is no way to directly transfer the photos with captions from 14 to either PS/LR or 19).  However, when I go to copy the photos from 14 to a separate PC file, the captions don't come with it, either.  I am wondering if I am missing a step somehow and can somebody please verify the two methods for getting the captions to come with the photos.   Thanks.

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