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The September/October 2012 issue of PET has left the printer and should be winging its way around the US and far-flung reaches of the globe; once you get your issue, don’t forget to check out the sample files and Web links on our site.
I am so happy to finally be putting together the answers to some of the top questions that landed in my mailbox! My first round of Elements solutions include resizing your Bounding Box, creating digital shamrock bokeh, finding lost files in the Organizer, editing difficult lighting situations and making your own website header.
These are the sample images to follow along with Larry Becker’s “Stop Glaring at Me” tutorial from the May/June 2013 issue of PET.
Learn how to best set up Lightroom to work with Elements so you can use them both seamlessly.
Here is a selection of recent photos and projects by Photoshop Elements Techniques subscribers, showcasing original photos and completed projects from recent magazine tutorials.
Often, you may find that a specific area of a photo looks duller than the rest of the photo. When this happens, the Hue/Saturation adjustment is a great place to turn to for a quick color boost.
Instead of editing your photos to look sparkling and new, you can use the filters found in Photoshop Elements to make them look vintage and antique.
In the new Photoshop Elements 6, the updated Camera Raw isn’t just a small update that broadens Camera Raw’s compatibility net to include more cameras.
This is the sample file for ‘Selective Focus (Digital Darkroom).’
This is the sample image to use to follow along with Rick LePage’s “The Orton Effect” article in the January/February 2009 issue of Photoshop Elements Techniques.
These are the two sample files to follow along with Diana Day’s “Vintage Clip Art” article in the September/October 2010 issue of Photoshop Elements Techniques.
For a fun twist on the traditional portrait, alter vintage illustrations by swapping in the faces of family and friends. Download the samples and follow along as Diana shows you how to blend two different images into a seamless whole
Applying Brightness/Contrast selectively helps recover detail in overexposed white subjects like brides, snowy scenes, and mountain goats.
The November/December 2011 issue of the magazine started mailing to subscribers this week, and we’ve posted the related download and online links files here on the site.
The November edition of our monthly “Letter from the Editor” was sent out yesterday via email; if you haven’t seen it yet–and it isn’t in your junk mail folder–don’t worry: it usually takes a couple of days for our email service to get copies into everyone’s Inbox.