Mike Rodriguez shows you a technique to add a little bit of “mood” to those photos that seem a bit drab.
Hipstamatic is one of the hottest iPhone apps out there, and it gives a very cool cross-processed, funky, ’70s look to your photos. Mike Rodriguez shows you how you can approximate the effect inside Elements quite easily.
Do you have a great shot that needs some tightening up? The Recompose feature in Elements 8 may do the trick!
Matt shows you how to use guides (found in Elements 8 and up) to get your images to look balanced and appealing.
Mike shows you the improvements and differences in Adjustment Layers in Elements 8 and 9
Here are detailed instructions for adding actions to Photoshop Elements 6 for the Mac.
Here are detailed instructions for adding actions to Photoshop Elements 7 for Windows XP and Vista.
Installing actions in Photoshop Elements can sometimes be confusing. The method and location of installation is different with each version of Elements and computer operating system. Because of all these variations, it’s important that you use the correct instructions for…
This feature easily lets you blend multiple versions of the same scene into one properly exposed photo. (Elements 8 and up.)
Elements new Recompose tool lets you resize and adjust the orientation of your photos without distorting the important stuff.
Adobe didn’t forget about managing your pictures: they pumped up the Organizer with some great new features as well. (Windows-only)
Elements 8 has some other changes to its look; among them new ways to rearrange your panels (formerly known as palettes).
One of the big enhancements in Version 8 is a redesigned look (inherited from Photoshop CS4), including the new tabbed document feature.
The foundation of Photoshop Elements is the layer, so a good grasp of what they are and how they work is vital for taking that next leap in your Elements education.
Transform an image from boring to exciting by applying textures to your photos.
The world of accessible digital image editing and creativity has taken yet another step forward with Version 7 of Photoshop Elements. Adobe’s latest offering sports several new and enhanced features, and a brand new way of sharing, storing, and backing up your images online.
Mike explores the sharing, backup and synchronization features at Photoshop.com.