Follow along with Matt as he takes you through his complete editing process on a recent image, taken at The Racetrack Playa in Death Valley.
Articles tagged with layers
If you’ve ever needed help creating a quick page layout for your photos, Dave takes the mystery out of the whole process with a slew of handy layer tips.
Following up on a recent video, “Working with Multiple Text Layers,” Dave offers up some useful tips for working with layers.
Dave shows some cool and practical ways to use masking, compositing and Free Transform to apply images to objects.
50 of our favorite time-saving tricks to help you speed through everyday tasks like managing layers, styling text, setting up new documents, drawing selections, and more.
Dave shows a number of ways to get a textured look to text when working with multiple type layers.
Learn the basics of the most important feature in Photoshop Elements — Layers. Once you have become proficient with Layers you’ll be able to expand and use all the features of Element much more easily.
Mike continues his discussion of Layers and expands to some of the more advanced things you can do with Layers.
Dave shows you how to take the best of two images and combine them into one great shot!
Learn about layer styles, hot key helpers, editing multiple layers together and more.
The foundation of Photoshop Elements is the layer, so a good grasp of what they are and how they work is vital for taking that next leap in your Elements education.
The layer is one of Elements’ most important features, and mastering their many options can really open up the program for you. Here are some of my favorite layer tips.
RC Concepcion shows you how powerful layers can be when you want to enhance a special photo.
Corey shows you a trick for applying effects to text layers without having to simply the text layer. He also tosses in a great Pattern Stamp Tool trick!
Layers are the key to all photo editing and creative projects in Elements, and allow for almost limitless creative possibilities.
I’m sure you know that we can create different layers in Photoshop Elements, which allows us to experiment with the position of different objects and their transparencies. Did you know that you can also do this in Premiere Elements?
The Navigator palette is kind of a one-stop shop for navigating around in your document.