Matt offers up some ways to get the creative juices flowing by making your own custom cover inside Photoshop Elements to replace the stock ones offered by the online book services.
Use the Masking slider inside Camera Raw’s Sharpening tab get the best possible sharpening–via an edge mask–before bringing your photo into Elements.
Dave shows you how to take out a power line from a photo using selection techniques.
Our latest entry in the “Quick Video Tips” series walks you through the different options found inside Elements’ Color Picker.
Making composite images that look realistic can be a complicated task. Here, Matt shows you how to make a quick, clean selection, and then how to merge it seamlessly into a new background.
Mike uses three different images — landscape, portrait, and an underexposed photo — to illustrate how to work with the tools and sliders inside Camera Raw.
Matt offers some additional tips for enhancing and enriching composites in this companion video to his Quick Collage article.
Mike Rodriguez offers a basic introduction and guide to printing your images from Photoshop Elements.
Elizabeth shows you how to apply a hand-painted colorization effect to a photo.
Elizabeth delves into the wonderful flexibility found in Gradient Map adjustment layers, showing you how you can use the Gradient Editor to create black and white images and photos with a warm-toned look.
Elements 10′s Guided Edit Mode has a few new options, including a Depth of Field lens effect, a version of the popular Orton look, and Photo Stack, which breaks a single image into a group of collage of four, eight or 12 “snapshots.”
Photoshop Elements 10 adds three overlay options to the Crop tool: a Grid, the Rule of Thirds, and the Golden Mean. Here’s how they work.
The Smart Brush tool, introduced in Photoshop Elements 7, gets a bunch of new options, including some new texture and toning features.
Among the enhancements to the Organizer in Photoshop Elements 10, Adobe has added some new search tools, including a “Search by Object” feature, and a Find Duplicates option.
With Version 10, Adobe adds three new tools for manipulating text on a path, shape or selection.
Dave Cross shows you an easy method for removing an annoying color cast on a subject.
Matt offers some tips for using the Camera Calibration tab inside Adobe Camera Raw before you work in Photoshop Elements.
Matt shows you how to create your own Word Cloud with the website Wordle and place it on an image.
Here’s a quick and easy way to change someone’s eye color with the Magic Wand tool, some simple selection tips and a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer.