This is a guide for new Photo Card Workshop users. In this guide, I will show you how to edit your photos. By editing your photos, I mean, resizing your photos, rotating your photos, adjusting the brightness, adjusting the contrast, and more. To get started with this guide on Photo Card Workshop, you will need to load the card and photo you want to edit.
How to Rotate Photos in Photo Card Workshop
Let’s begin with rotating your photos in Photo Card Workshop. To rotate a photo, you will first need to click the photo to select it. Then you will need to use the green dots you see appear around your photo. Placing your mouse on these dots, clicking the mouse and turning the mouse will rotate your photo. You can continue doing this until you have the photo the way you want it.
How to Resize Photos in Photo Card Workshop
To resize your photos, you will first need to click the photo you want to resize. Once you click the photo, you will see all of the squares appear around the photo. You can use any of these squares to resize your photo. Pulling a square out will make the photo larger. Pushing the square in will make the photo smaller.
How to Adjust the Brightness of Photos in Photo Card Workshop
If you need to adjust the brightness of the photo, you will need to click the Tuning tab at the top if your window. In the Tuning panel, you can move the brightness bar to adjust the brightness of the photo. You will see the changes you are making while you are making them.
How to Adjust the Contrast of Photos in Photo Card Workshop
To adjust the contrast, you will need to open the Tuning panel again. This time, you will need to move the Contrast bar left or right to do your adjusting.
You can use the Tuning panel to adjust other things on your photos like the Saturation. If you have messed the photo up, you can click the Reset button at the bottom of the panel and it will reset the photo to the original.