Articles tagged with custom shapes
A ‘quick page’ is a backdrop with a frame and embellishments for one or more photos that you can add interchangeably. Karen shows you how to use custom shapes to create your own ‘quick page’ to really showcase your best photos.
Photoshop Elements contains many custom shapes to play with, but did you know you can also add more? Karen takes you through how to download custom shapes and access them through Elements!
This is an online companion to Diana Day’s “Get Cooking with the Cookie Cutter” article in the upcoming March/April 2012 issue of Photoshop Elements Techniques.
This is a set of custom shapes created by Diana Day and included as part of the “Get Cooking with the Cookie Cutter” article in the March/April 2012 issue of Photoshop Elements Techniques.
Sure, you should always be thinking about composition when you’re shooting, but we’ve got a handy add-on for working the Rule of Thirds inside Elements.
This is the PET Golden & Thirds Template custom shape file for Photoshop Elements, for use with Liz Ness’ “Cropping with the Rules” article in the March/April 2011 issue of Photoshop Elements Techniques.
Designing elements for a scrapbook kit can be a challenge. You quickly learn to recognize basic shapes enhanced with layer styles as just that: basic shapes. The challenge is to create something new and unique. To do this, you need to see beyond the obvious or ‘think outside the box.’