I start every November with grand plans. I pull out my truffle recipes, devise holiday crafts, and pledge that this will be the year I get my Christmas cards out on time–no, early!
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Dave Cross shows you an easy method for removing an annoying color cast on a subject.
With the holidays right around the corner, Dave shows us how to create a special greeting card with some soft, light bokeh.
Here’s a list of resources for font management, font utilities and dingbats for both Mac and Windows.
From subtle drop shadows to wacky patterns, layer styles make it easy to achieve complex effects. We’ll show you how to apply them, how to fine-tune them, and some interesting things you can do with them.
“Happy St. Pat’s!” to those of you that celebrate. Also, how about a technique for adding a rainbow to your photograph? While a moody sky with lots of clouds, some rain, and obvious sunlight from somewhere is the perfect environment for rainbows, adding a rainbow to any photograph can be a lot of fun.
This is the companion article to Diana Day’s “Personalize Vintage Clip Art” article from the September/October issue of Photoshop Elements Techniques.
Discover the wonders of blend modes and textures—and make a simple but effective collage with your photos.
Several people on the forum have been talking about making Wedding Invitations so I thought that we could make a wax seal to add to the invitation or to put on the back of the envelope.
A few weeks ago I posted a tutorial that showed you how to make a bottle; now it’s time to make a label and attach it to the bottle.
Mike shows you how to remove pixels from your image using the Eraser Tool. Mike also guides you through how to combine layers and remove applied effects with the Eraser Tool for stunning results.
Ditch the Auto mode on your camera and learn how a subtle change in metering can make a big difference in your photos’ tones.
Discover how easy it is to subtly minimize the appearance of wrinkles, dark spots, and other distractions in your portraits without making your subject look “retouched.”
Grids are a great way to frame images and once you have made the initial pattern, they are so flexible to use.
Techniques and tips to create a painting (or at least a simulated painting) from your images.
Chromatic aberration can be a problem with certain cameras and lenses. Liz Ness shows you a quick way for you to eliminate the effect inside Elements.
Learn how to move seamlessly between these two powerful programs, Photoshop Elements and Adobe Lightroom.
In the second part of his updated series, Matt Kloskowski demonstrates how he finishes HDR images inside Elements, including a nifty way for creating symmetry with architectural shots.
Here are a few of Diana Day’s favorite websites for finding vintage clip art.