This is the sample image used in Lesa Snider’s “Learning to Love Levels” article.
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This is the sample image used in Ben Long’s “Advanced Black and White Editing” article.
When I speak with people who want to learn more about Photoshop Elements, I usually tell them that the key to getting the most out of the program is to gain an understanding of two concepts: Levels and layers…
Sometimes all it takes to add some zing to a portrait is a touch of extra highlights added to your subject’s hair.
Let’s dive into Levels, histograms and adjustment layers, showing you a few tricks that will let you quickly improve the quality of your pictures.
Some of the finest photos in history were shot in black and white, and it’s an art form that remains relevant today. We show you how easy it is to turn ho-hum color shots into stunning grayscale images.
You’ve decided to turn some of your work into grayscale. Now, take the next step and use localized editing techniques to make them sing. (Then take these methods and use them on your color images.)
Bobbie Coughlin talks about the work that went into restoring a cherished friend’s photo. You’ll be so inspired by her work that you’ll head up to the attic for old images.
Transform an image from boring to exciting by applying textures to your photos.