Photoshop Elements

  • 6 handy tips for getting around Photoshop Elements

    Posted May 16, 2011 - 4:56 pm

    Fifty years ago, any serious photographer would have told you that photography was equal parts taking the picture and developing it in the darkroom. Back then, however, few casual photographers bothered with the darkroom, so they missed out on the ability to really fine-tune their images. These days photography is still equal parts taking the picture and editing it--but the difference is that almost everyone does at least a little editing on the PC. Digital photography and image editing software have leveled the playing field: Now neophytes as well as pros can perfect their photos after they're taken. Last week I explained how to easily improve your photo's exposure using the Levels tool. This week, let's go back to basics. I want to show you some essential keyboard shortcuts that make [<a
  • Beautify your photos with blur

    Posted August 13, 2008 - 2:10 pm

    These days, blur and soft-focus effects are just a few clicks away in any photo editing program. I'll show you a trick in Adobe Photoshop Elements, but you can translate it to your favorite photo editing program.
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