Shadow/Highlights command, will Camera Raw recognize edits, importing Photoshop Album files.
PDF Articles and Tutorials
This is a list of all the downloadable PDF tutorials and articles on our site, sorted by date. You can also view all of our video tutorials in a similar list, or all of the Web tutorials and articles.
What do you do with images when you’ve used too much flash or you shouldn’t have used flash at all? Here are two quick and easy techniques that you can apply to correct these common problems.
Much of the work we do to our photos involves using a brush in one way or another. That’s why it’s so important to make sure you know the capabilities and basic concepts behind using brushes.
Whether you have a small studio setup or whether you have to put something together, the basics of getting a good, clean image are the same.
While the title of this article may sound a lot like the title of a Dungeons & Dragon instruction book, it is, in fact, all about how to get the most out of the Magic Extractor feature.
This year consider doing something a little different–turn a photo into a Christmas tree ornament and put it on your scrapbook layout. It will really make your page pop!
Just about any image-editing project begins with a selection, and the quality and look of your editing results are greatly affected by the quality of your selections. In prior issues, you?e learned about the magic wand and the rectangular marquee tools. Here you?l expand your selection tool repertoire and skill set.
The Filter Gallery offers previews of one or more filters on a layer, giving you a chance to experiment with different combinations of filters.
Mastering selection tools is one of the most essential and powerful aspects of Photoshop Elements.
If there was ever a reason to shoot your photos at the highest possible quality, this is it: the option to turn one photo into a collage using a large and small version of the same image.
Here are two quick ways to soften a close-up photo: one using the Eraser tool and the other using layer masks and the Reduce Noise filter.
Here’s a fun “punch art” technique to give a homespun look to your next digital scrapbook page!
Good quality photographs start with good basic photographic techniques, and with making good decisions when you shoot your images. Here are some good fundamental tips.
The Navigator palette is kind of a one-stop shop for navigating around in your document.
A look at the Elements Toolbox, focusing on Move tool and Foreground/Background Colors
If you take a few extra seconds to fine-tune your “smart-fixed” images you can really improve them.