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Using the Displace filter and Displacement Maps, Dave shows you how to make a texture follow the contours of another object.
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.
This is an online companion video to Larry Becker’s “Stop Glaring at Me” tutorial, found in the May/June 2013 issue of Photographic Elements Techniques magazine.
In Part 3 of a 3-part series, Matt takes you through how to use the last of the most important blend modes: Overlay and Soft Light.
Learn how to customize your Brush tool options and create straight and dotted lines, along with a nice scalloped edge that can be used as a unique photo frame.
Matt shows you how to use the Camera Raw dialog to edit your JPEG images. There are things you can do there that can not be done in the Editor.
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.
Dave shows you how to make a reusable filmstrip template for your 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
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!
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.