Design and Layout
Learn special things you can do to add a professional design tough to your photo creations.
Matt shows you a great technique for showing off your photos in print, as well as, a nice border for images to share on the web.
In part 2 of the Collage Projects series, Karen shows you how to make a simple reusable storyboard template.
No need to rent an expensive photo-booth, this tutorial shows you how to set up your own photo booth complete with props and processing.
Learn how to use the Create menu to make a basic photo collage and save it as a Photoshop Elements project.
Learn some tips for shooting and processing your architectural photos.
Learn how to quickly create a digital scrapbook layout using a pre-made template.
This tutorial uses custom brushes, layer styles and layer masks to create an image with a Steampunk Flair.
Tips for taking your portraits from good to great using Camera Raw and Photoshop Elements.
Tips for giving your designs that gritty Hollywood look using simple layer techniques.
Create your own edgy poster effect with this companion to Diana Day’s “Full Steam Ahead” tutorial in the July/August 2013 issue.
Straight from the ‘Ask Liz: Round 1′ blog post, Liz shows you how to create two different types of website headers.
Creating Easter Eggs is wonderful, but what about the basket that holds them? Karen strikes again with Easter magic as she shows you how to make your own basket and grass graphics!
With Easter right around the corner, Karen serves up this fantastic video about decorating your own digital easter eggs! Use them for Easter-inspired digital scrapbooking, on custom frames and even hidden in your own images!
As a companion to Larry’s January/February article, he shows you how to manipulate perspective with a fantastic text effect.