Mike Rodriguez shows you some of the fun new options in Elements 9’s Guided Edit modes.
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One long-awaited feature you’ll find in Photoshop Elements 9 (and up) is a layer mask that you can create without a workaround or add-on.
Think the content-aware technology is only for Photoshop CS5? Nope! Adobe has added the feature to Elements 9’s Spot Healing Brush.
Photoshop Elements 9 sports an updated — and we think a bit cleaner — interface, layer masks, new Guided Edit modes and a whole lot more.
Learn the tricks of the trade as Matt edits a waterfall photo, from start to finish, using Camera Raw and the Photoshop Elements Editor.
Learn what great new features are included in Photoshop Elements 12.
Learn how to use Elements to add a spotlight effect to your photos.
Keyboard shortcuts can help you zip through editing an image just a little bit faster. Matt takes you through his favorite top 10!
In Part 1 of this three-part series, Matt introduces you to how to integrate Photoshop Elements and Lightroom with a group of very important settings.
Mike Rodriguez offers a basic introduction and guide to printing your images from Photoshop Elements.
Elements 10’s Guided Edit Mode has a few new options, including a Depth of Field lens effect, a version of the popular Orton look, and Photo Stack, which breaks a single image into a group of collage of four, eight or 12 “snapshots.”
Photoshop Elements 10 adds three overlay options to the Crop tool: a Grid, the Rule of Thirds, and the Golden Mean. Here’s how they work.
The Smart Brush tool, introduced in Photoshop Elements 7, gets a bunch of new options, including some new texture and toning features.
Among the enhancements to the Organizer in Photoshop Elements 10, Adobe has added some new search tools, including a “Search by Object” feature, and a Find Duplicates option.
With Version 10, Adobe adds three new tools for manipulating text on a path, shape or selection.
Matt shows you a few tips for getting a little bit more performance out of Photoshop Elements while you’re working on your images.
This video covers some basic concepts and tips for getting started with Photoshop Elements, including panels, the Color Picker, managing windows, and more.
Chromatic aberration can be a problem with certain cameras and lenses. Liz Ness shows you a quick way for you to eliminate the effect inside Elements.
Corey continues his series on adding fun design accents to your photos by picking a cool “swirly” graphic to use around the edges of the frame.
Matt explains how to set up a printing profiles for your images so your output is as good as possible.