Liz demonstrates how to add a page curl effect to any of your photos.
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.
Using a layered Photoshop PSD files as a template, Karen shows you how to create your own scrapbook page with a variety of elements.
In the second part of this Instagram-inspired series, Elizabeth demonstrates how to add cool, film-like borders to your photos using the Pattern fill Adjustment Layer.
Matt takes you through his whole editing process, from taking the photo straight out of the camera to creating the finished product.
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.
Elizabeth recreates a unique black and white darkroom technique called lith printing, which produces a grainy texture and soft, warm highlights.
Learn how to customize your Brush tool options and create straight and dotted lines, along with a nice scalloped edge that can be used as a unique photo frame.
In Part 3 of a 3-part series, Matt takes you through how to use the last of the most important blend modes: Overlay and Soft Light.
In Part 2 of a 3-part series, Matt takes you through how to use another one of the most important blend modes: Screen.
In Part 1 of a 3-part series, Matt takes you through how to use one of the most important blend modes: Multiply.
Mike shows you how to add a fun twist to landscape shots by turning them into tiny planets.
Elizabeth shows you two noise reduction techniques – one inside of the Camera Raw dialog and another inside of Elements.
Matt shows off a simple technique for fixing a “bad” eye in a portrait, by duplicating the other eye and using Free Transform, the Difference blending mode and a layer mask.
Dave shows you how to create a unique border for a photo using layer masks and then how to easily reproduce the effect on another photo.
Matt shows you how to use the Spot Healing Brush and Elements’s Invert command to clean up sensor dust spots that can appear in your digital photos.
Matt shows off a “killer” alternative to Elements’ Convert to Black and White command, using Gradient Map and Levels adjustment layers.
Using a torn–and worn–photograph, Matt walks through how to use the various clone and healing tools in Photoshop Elements.