These are the downloadable template files for the “Designing Storyboards” article in the November/December 2010 issue of Photoshop Elements Techniques.
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These are the 2011 template files for the “Quick and Easy Calendars from Templates” article in the November/December 2009 issue of Photoshop Elements Techniques.
Have you ever needed a selection that uses a non-traditional geometric shape? Something other than a standard rectangle or oval created with one of the Marquee tools? You can use any of the shape tools to generate a selection in that shape. Here’s how, along with just one possible project.
If you have a cute photo of a child you wish to use for a fairy-tale image, but don’t care for the background, try selecting the child to place in a new background.
These are the 2010 template files for the “Quick and Easy Calendars from Templates” article in the November/December 2009 issue of Photoshop Elements Techniques.
Every year, as the holidays approach, I am on the lookout for fun and unique gifts that I can make for family and friends…
The Scene Cleaner tool—also known as the “Tourist Be Gone” tool—is a great way to remove unwanted objects from your photos.
Calendars are fun gifts, and they’re easy to create within Elements. And, with our free calendar templates, you can crank out professional-looking, personalized calendars in no time.
The Shape tools create vector graphics that can be scaled without distortion, and you can use them for all sorts of things: collages, embellishments, frames and non-standard selections.
Save problematic or busy images from the trash pile with these simple techniques for applying intelligent blurs and sharpening.
Add a wonderful fairy-tale look to photos of your children and grandchildren with this great project.