Correct gold, white or green eyes on animals and add a glint to make the corrections look realistic.
An informative video that explains what a Smart Object is and how they are different from other files.
Save your custom brushes to brush sets to use in your projects, again and again.
Here is a selection of some of the best recent work by subscribers, showcasing original photos and completed projects from PET tutorials and videos, as well as the winners from our Fun in the Sun Photo Challenge
Have fun creating a composite image using the same person in different locations within the image.
See the finalist from the Back & White Photo Challenge and vote for your favorite.
This great new feature allows you to edit photos that are located on a drive that is not attached to your computer.
Fine-tune Lightroom’s Edit in settings for Photoshop Elements.
The November/December 2014 issue of PET has started mailing to print subscribers, but all subscribers can download the PDF of the magazine and extras today!
This “Extra” contains tips and resources for the “Pop Art Splatter Portrait” article that appeared in the November/December 2014 issue. It also demonstrates some alternate ways these techniques can be used, including how to create an Andy Warhol style poster.
Create your own professional posters using pre-made backgrounds. with this bonus video to Michelle Stelling’s “Poster Mania” tutorial, found in the November/December 2014 issue of Photo Elements Techniques magazine.
This is the sample image and background to follow along with Michelle Stelling’s “Poster Mania” tutorial from the November/December 2014 issue of PET.
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.