Create this fun St. Patrick’s Day card, using free resources available from the web!
Articles tagged with gradient tool
Create a fun Valentine’s Day card using layer masks, the Shape tool and the Gradient tool.
Take your 2-dimensional photo into the 3D world, with some creative text, shadows, and perspective adjustments.
These are the sample images to follow along with Corey Barker’s “The Splatter Zone” tutorial from the January/February 2014 issue of PET.
These are the sample images to follow along with Lesa Snider’s “A Splash of Color” tutorial from the January/February 2014 issue of PET.
Learn the tricks of the trade as Matt edits a waterfall photo, from start to finish, using Camera Raw and the Photoshop Elements Editor.
These are the sample images to follow along with Corey Barker’s “Getting That Hollywood Look ” tutorial from the September/October 2013 issue of PET.
Tips for taking your portraits from good to great using Camera Raw and Photoshop Elements.
Tips for giving your designs that gritty Hollywood look using simple layer techniques.
In this video companion to Lesa Snider’s November/December article, Flawless Fades, she walks you through the visual steps of how to combine two images into a beautiful collage.
Make landscapes and cityscapes look like miniature-scale models
with this selective-blur technique.
Take an inside look at one of Elements’ most versatile tools, which is used for everything from creating backgrounds to darkening skies.
This is a companion to Diana Day’s “Grasp the Gradient Tool” article from the May/June 2011 issue of Photoshop Elements Techniques.
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.
Here is how I applied a gradient to one of my custom digital brush stamps.
Learn how to replace or add large amounts of color with the Paint Bucket Tool. Then move on and learn about the Gradient Tool and adding ranges of color to your images.
I came back from a recent trip with lots of photos of sunrises and sunsets. Here’s a technique I came up with to enhance the sun’s rays in those photos and give them an extra bit of interest.