Elements Tools and Menus
In-depth looks at the different tools inside Elements, as well as the different features found in the menus.
The Process Multiple File feature can be a huge time-saver when you want to change the File Name, File Format, Image Size, or add a Watermark to multiple files.
Mike gives you some quick tips for changing the unit of measurement.
Use the Content Aware Move tool, to move or remove objects from your photos.
Use the Clarity slider in Camera Raw to smooth skin, create a grunge look or soften a photo.
Learn the art of resizing using the Recompose tool in both the Guided Editor and Expert Editor.
These are the sample images to follow along with Mike Rodriguez’s “The Liquify Filter” tutorial from the March/April 2015 issue of PET.
Learn how to use the Refine Edge tool to make those tricky selections with hair.
Make a vintage valentine card to frame your photo. The card uses floral brushes, texture and a special Photoshop action provided with this lesson.
Make a snowflake frame using the brushes you created with the Create Custom Snowflake Brushes tutorial.
Create your own custom snowflake brushes and save them in a brush set.
Tired of boring straight corners on your photos? Use the Shape tools to give your photos a creative edge.
This is a companion video for Lesa Snider’s “The Ultimate Guide to Sharpening” tutorial, found in the January/February 2015 issue of Photo Elements Techniques magazine.
These are the sample images to follow along with Mike Rodriguez’s “The Perfect Blend” tutorial from the January/February 2015 issue of PET.
Save your custom brushes to brush sets to use in your projects, again and again.
This is the sample image to follow along with Lesa Snider’s “Moving and Removing Objects” tutorial from the November/December 2014 issue of PET.
These are the sample images to follow along with Chuckie Delano’s “The Recompose Tool” tutorial from the November/December 2014 issue of PET.