Using Gradient Maps, Mike demonstrates how to create soft and luscious tones for all types of images.
Using filters and other techniques to add photographic-style effects to your images.
Inside the Elements Guided Edit tab, Karen introduces you to the Tilt Shift Lens effect and how easy it is to use!
The brand new Actions panel in Elements 11 makes loading and using actions easier than before. Karen walks you through how this panel works and what the pre-made actions do!
What do you do with all those leftover Halloween photos? Karen walks you through how to add a ‘zombie’ effect to your spooky images using the new Elements 11.
Dave takes two unrelated photos and experiments with layer masks to get a few extremely interesting effects.
Make landscapes and cityscapes look like miniature-scale models
with this selective-blur technique.
An action is a recorded sequence of command created in Photoshop that you can apply to your images in Photoshop Elements. Karen shows you how to download actions, how to add them to Elements and then how to put them to good use!
Using the Displace filter and Displacement Maps, Dave shows you how to make a texture follow the contours of another object.
This is a list of Web links mentioned in the July/August 2012 issue of Photoshop Elements Techniques magazine.
Liz demonstrates how to give your photos a classic look with a Levels adjustment layer, as seen in the May/June 2012 issue.
Karen demonstrates how to add an “Aged Aqua” effect to any photo, then shows you how to save that effect to use on other photos at another time.
Karen shows you how to create your own star brushes, then apply them to any of your photos.
This is a free set of presets for use with the Perfect Effects plug-in for Photoshop Elements, published by onOne Software.
In the second part of his Reusable Border Effects series, Dave shows you how to create a unique edge effect using layer masks and the Brush tool.
Get the look of a silhouette by downloading third-party silhouette brushes.
This is the sample file to follow along with “Vintage Color” from the May/June 2012 issue of Photoshop Elements Techniques.
In this 2nd Instagram-inspired video, Elizabeth shows you how to recreate one of the most popular filters, “Earlybird.”
Karen shows you how to add a “spin” or “zoom” motion to your images with the Radial Blur inside of Elements.