Are you still trying to decide if you want to take the step and purchase Photoshop Elements 11? Check out my review of Photoshop Elements 11. A few changes to note: Back to a lighter interface in the workspace. The main goals in this new version is to simplify the interface to invite new users.… [Continue reading]
Do you want to protect your images online?
Add a watermark.
Learn how to automate this process in today’s tutorial. [Continue reading]
Have you noticed the hot trend of negative die cut text effects on scrapbook pages around the world? Since the introduction of Silhouette America’s Cameo, die cut text had had a revival. Plus, with the accurate cutting scrapbookers are now able to re-use the negative space on their layouts. Or, more likely, they just use… [Continue reading]
If you have lots of photos from tagging photos in Picasa, Windows Photos Gallery, Lightroom or Aperture or even older versions of Photoshop Elements you’ll be thrilled to know you won’t have to re-tag things even if you start a new catalogue from scratch in Photoshop Elements versions 6 and up. Simply drag a folder (or folders)… [Continue reading]
Don’t you love the convenience of having your spelling and grammar corrected before you print your digital scrapbooking layouts? While Photoshop Elements doesn’t have a spell check feature (Photoshop CS does), you can harness the power of Microsoft Word or another word processor to help you save the slip ups. But before you get all… [Continue reading]
Here’s an inside look at the process for purchasing digital scrapbooking supplies. In this example I am demonstrating with the Sweet Shoppe, but I also shop with Scrapbookgraphics The LilyPad Daily Digi ScrapOrchard The DigiChick When you arrive at the site, you’ll usually need to look for a link or icon that says shop. You… [Continue reading]
One of my subscribers, Amit wrote with a question last week: I have lost the shape of my brush Icon. When I move my mouse over the screen, there is a target and not a round or square shape, what am I doing wrong? How can I get the shape back? Great question! To handle… [Continue reading]
Did you know that professional photographers do some sort of editing to every photo? Yes, it’s true. Now, I don’t suggest you edit every photo that way. But what if I shared with you the tool I use to take my favourite photos to the next level? What if it was a SIMPLE tool that… [Continue reading]
So you create a title and rotate it 90 degrees. BUT if that’s not what you want! Watch this video to see how to create a truly vertical title. Watch a learn how to use the vertical type tool in Photoshop Elements.
Save $50 off Photoshop & Premiere Elements 11 ! One Day Only! Save $50 on Adobe Photoshop Elements & Premiere Elements Bundle. Enter code: ONEDAYDEAL Buy today and you can enjoy a new lighter inteface, much improved Organizer text on a path, quick photo fixes, masking and more. PLUS you’ll have the Premiere Elements video editing… [Continue reading]