We’re just over halfway through our Shadow Photo Challenge for August, and I’m excited to see some great photos in the PET and Elements Village galleries. Remember, you have until August 31st to submit your image. If you’re still looking…
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Mike Rodriguez shows you a technique to add a little bit of “mood” to those photos that seem a bit drab.
Keyboard shortcuts can help you zip through editing an image just a little bit faster. Matt takes you through his favorite top 10!
Dave uses some great selection and layer tips to turn a low-quality graphic into a fun and energetic logo.
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!
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.”
Inspired by Hollywood, this tutorial shares how to create Dystopian realities for your images.
This is an online companion to Kelly Turner’s Build New Worlds article in the upcoming January/February 2012 issue of Photoshop Elements Techniques.
Dave demonstrates how to make type appear ‘distressed’ and grungy against a nice, brick background.
Dave takes two unrelated photos and experiments with layer masks to get a few extremely interesting effects.
This is the online companion article for Diana Day’s “Designing Storyboards” article in the November/December 2010 issue. [Updated 11/28: added Circle Hearts template.]
Learn some simple changes you can make to a photo, including adjusting skin tones, brightening, retouching problems such as dark circles under the eyes.
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.
Here’s a simple technique for adding a variable amount of grain to an image, to give it an old-time film effect.
With a little planning, and the Group Shot Photomerge feature in Photoshop Elements, you can clear glasses’ glare in a snap.
Liz shows you how to take two photos, one with a small blank background, and combine them to create a unique and versatile wedding memento.
Photoshop Elements 10 adds new features that aim to take the guesswork out of cropping, cut down on the time you spend searching, and put you in greater control of your text.
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!