Erin shows you a couple of uses for the Liquify Filter’s Warp tool for your portraits.
Matt shows you a couple of techniques to enhance the sky in your images, using either Photoshop Elements 12 or Lightroom.
These are the 2014 template files for the “Quick and Easy Calendars from Templates” article in Photoshop Elements Techniques.
Something we hear quite often from new Elements users is, “Where’s the manual?” Here are some links to the online PDF manuals for Photoshop Elements.
These are the 2013 template files for the “Quick and Easy Calendars from Templates” article in Photoshop Elements Techniques.
In Part 2 of this three-part series, Matt takes you through editing a photo from start to finish and how to incorporate Elements in your Lightroom-based process.
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.
Photoshop Elements 10 adds new features that aim to take the guesswork out of cropping, cut down on the time you spend searching, and put you in greater control of your text.
These are the 2012 template files for the “Quick and Easy Calendars from Templates” article in Photoshop Elements Techniques.
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.
With Version 10, Adobe adds three new tools for manipulating text on a path, shape or selection.
Matt shows you how to create your own Word Cloud with the website Wordle and place it on an image.
Like the Boom Vignette, lighting with levels brings out your subjects in a subtle, but effective way.
Like vignettes, but don’t like how obvious they seem? Try a boom vignette — it’s more subtle than the name suggests!
Three great elements for digital designs and scrapbook layouts are card-stock, stripes, and off-set polka-dots. Today, we show you how to make them yourself. Plus, we have a download sampler!
Adobe has released a new version of its low-cost editing suite. We take you on a tour of the most noteable new features–including the long-awaited arrival of layer masks.
This video covers some basic concepts and tips for getting started with Photoshop Elements, including panels, the Color Picker, managing windows, and more.
Mike Rodriguez shows you some of the fun new options in Elements 9′s Guided Edit modes.