Matt shows you the best way to use the Camera Raw dialog along with the Elements Editor to process different parts of an image for picture perfect results.
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Dave shows you how to make a reusable filmstrip template for your photos.
Here’s a bit more info on Michael Orton, as well as some links to discussions regarding the technique and sample photos.
Create some beaded moisture with a few filters and these simple steps.
Matt shows you how to use the Shadow & Highlight commands to add detail to bright areas on your image
Brush the dust off of your flatbed scanner and put it to work scanning everyday objects like flowers, coins, toys, and more.
This is the sample file to follow along with “Vintage Color” from the May/June 2012 issue of Photoshop Elements Techniques.
Sometimes when you’re editing images, it can be easy to stay glued to your computer for a number of hours. Luckily, Liz is here to help you sort out some of the mess and offer up a few time saving techniques to get you off the computer and out taking photos! In the first part of this series, she’ll be showing you how to use the Elements Organizer to sort through your images and give them a few quick edits.
Scrapbookers have long known about the wonders hidden in Elements’ Content palette, but we show you why it’s good for everyone.
Making glossy buttons is actually quite easy to do, and they look great on a scrapbooking layout.
Learn how to use color, vignettes, and Elements’ built-in filters to make your photos look like they were taken in a bygone era.
Here are a few exercises you can follow to learn more about the Gradient tool and some of the things you can do with it.
I hope my magazine tutorial, “Create Your Own Digital Stamps,” has encouraged you to start creating your own digital stamps, and that you’re having fun making them. Once you get used to the process, you’ll find that there’s plenty of room for creativity, including adding backgrounds, text, and other embellishments.
Take multiple photos and put them together to create one stunning montage that shows them all off.
Matt shows you a neat composition technique to make a landscape image look like a panoramic shot.
Corey introduces the Quick Selection Tool that was introduced with Elements 6.0.
Use gradients and the Halftone Filter to create an interesting dotted background for your work.