With so many social networking sites out there, saving your images for the web can get confusing. Luckily, Karen walks you through how to crop your photos for sites such as Facebook and Pinterest!
Using Gradient Maps, Mike demonstrates how to create soft and luscious tones for all types of images.
This is an online companion video to Larry Becker’s “Stop Glaring at Me” tutorial, found in the May/June 2013 issue of Photographic Elements Techniques magazine.
This is an online companion video to Pete Collins’ “Illustrating in Elements” tutorial, found in the May/June 2013 issue of Photographic Elements Techniques magazine.
Inside the Elements Guided Edit tab, Karen introduces you to the Tilt Shift Lens effect and how easy it is to use!
Straight from the ‘Ask Liz: Round 1′ blog post, Liz shows you how to create two different types of website headers.
Creating Easter Eggs is wonderful, but what about the basket that holds them? Karen strikes again with Easter magic as she shows you how to make your own basket and grass graphics!
With Easter right around the corner, Karen serves up this fantastic video about decorating your own digital easter eggs! Use them for Easter-inspired digital scrapbooking, on custom frames and even hidden in your own images!
Shooting at a high ISO can be convenient and a necessary evil depending on your situation. However, once those images shot at 1600 ISO are loaded on the computer, the noise becomes almost overwhelming. Matt walks you through the wonders of Camera Raw’s amazing Noise Reduction panel to help you polish off your photos!
Sun flare can ruin a perfectly wonderful image and can be extremely exhausting to try and remove. Larry gives you some tips and tricks for helping repair those sunny rays and allow them to help enhance your images, instead of ruining them!
Follow along with Matt as he takes you through his complete editing process on a recent image, taken at The Racetrack Playa in Death Valley.
Michelle Stelling of NAODS.com (The National Association of Digital Scrapbookers) gives us a quick and dirty introduction to what digital scrapbooking is and the endless possibilities it offers.
In Elements 11, the Camera Raw dialog has changed a few of its sliders. However, Matt shows you how these new changes make for the best camera raw settings yet!
As a companion to Larry’s January/February article, he shows you how to manipulate perspective with a fantastic text effect.
Do you have any dull digital images that need a basic pick-me-up? With just three simple layers, Karen walks you through how to take a gray, flat image and give it a much-needed boost!
When you take portraits, sometimes a person’s face will catch a bit of shine from the reflection of a light. Dave will show you how to remove that shine in just a few steps!
In the new Elements 11, Matt takes you through the brand new selection techniques and how they all work.
In this video companion to Lesa Snider’s November/December article, Flawless Fades, she walks you through the visual steps of how to combine two images into a beautiful collage.
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!
Larry Becker serves up a great present for PET subscribers: four holiday-themed tutorials, all bundled up into a nice neat video package.