This tutorial uses custom brushes, layer styles and layer masks to create an image with a Steampunk Flair.
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Create your own edgy poster effect with this companion to Diana Day’s “Full Steam Ahead” tutorial in the July/August 2013 issue.
If you love vintage stationary and boxes with glittery gold trim, Karen shows you how to create a similar, digital effect.
From subtle drop shadows to wacky patterns, layer styles make it easy to achieve complex effects. We’ll show you how to apply them, how to fine-tune them, and some interesting things you can do with them.
Resources for the glitter layer styles used in Diana Day’s “Painting with Layer Styles” tutorial in the March/April 2012 issue, as well as links to additional download sites.
Learn how to install third-party layer styles in Photoshop Elements
This is an online companion to Jeff Carlson’s “Unlocking Layer Styles” article in the March/April 2012 issue of Photoshop Elements Techniques.
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.
Learn about layer styles, hot key helpers, editing multiple layers together and more.
Corey shows you how to create a cool brush that will add light streaks to your images.
One of the best and easiest ways to enhance a photo is to add simple lighting effects. In this case, we’ll generate an eye-catching light burst effect from scratch right inside Photoshop Elements.
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.’
This video is a supplement to the Scrapbookers Workshop article in Volume 4, Number 3.
Let’s look at all the options available for using and saving Layer Styles.
Today, type that conveys the message is itself a graphic element that imparts emotion to your message.
One of the best features in Photoshop Elements for working fast is layer styles. In short, they simply make you look like a superstar when all you did was click a button.
Here’s a very simple effect that is created with an adjustment layer and the Layer Style called Inner Shadow. Here’s the original image: Step One: Use the Rectangular Marquee tool to make a rectangular selection – the size doesn’t really…