Publishers of technology books, eBooks, and videos for creative people

Home > Articles > Digital Photography > Adobe Photoshop Elements

Adobe Photoshop Elements

RSS Feed Subscribe to this topic  RSS details

61 Items

Sort by Date | Title

Photoshop Elements 8: Laying the Foundation
Nov 26, 2009
Brie Gyncild gets you started with Photoshop Elements 8 with a walk through the basics, including opening files, undoing actions, managing color, and working with selections and layers.
Printing with Photoshop Elements and Your Inkjet Printer
Feb 3, 2009
Tim Daly shows you how to get professional results with Photoshop Elements and your inkjet printer.
Quick Fix Edits in Photoshop Elements 9 for Mac OS X
Nov 18, 2010
When you don’t want to mess with the particulars, or when you know that a photo needs just a bit of tweaking but you want a bit more control over the adjustments, turn to the Quick Fix features.
Quick Fix Edits in Photoshop Elements 9 for Windows
Nov 18, 2010
When you don’t want to mess with the particulars, or when you know that a photo needs just a bit of tweaking but you want a bit more control over the adjustments, turn to the Quick Fix features.
Repairing and Retouching Images in Adobe Photoshop Elements 7
Feb 20, 2009
Learn how to use the Straighten tool, remove red eyes in the Organizer, retouch skin with the Healing Brush tool, repair creases with the Clone Stamp tool, use the Selection Brush tool and mask parts of an image.
Retouching the Mouth
Feb 26, 2007
Retouching the Mouth in Photoshop Elements 5
Mar 16, 2007
After the eyes, the mouth and the smile tend to be the other areas we look at the most in a portrait. Unfortunately, there's a ton of things that can distract us in, on, or around the mouth. Teeth, lip color, braces, the overall smile, these are all things that can make or break a photo. In this chapter, we'll look at some small and subtle ways to make the entire mouth area the star of your photos.
Scott Kelby and Matt Kloskowski Share Their Best Selection Techniques for Photoshop Elements 10
Feb 15, 2012
Scott Kelby and Matt Kloskowski show you how to select areas, save selections, soften edges, select areas by color, make selections using a brush, get Elements to help you with tricky selections, use the Quick Selection Tool, and remove objects from backgrounds.
Straightening Crooked Photos with Photoshop Elements
Jan 6, 2006
Don't toss out those crooked photos! If you've got Photoshop Elements, straightening digital photos has never been easier. Matt Kloskowski literally shows you how to straighten up those out-of-line photos in two brief video tutorials that take you through the straightening process in Photoshop Elements 3 and the new Photoshop Elements 4.
Super Size Me: Resize and Crop Your Pix in Photoshop Elements 4
Feb 17, 2006
If a chapter on resizing and cropping doesn't sound exciting, really, what does? It's sad, but a good portion of our lives is spent doing just that—resizing and cropping. Why is that? It's because nothing, and I mean nothing, is ever the right size. Find out how to make it the right size in this sample chapter.
Take Advantage of Photoshop Actions
Aug 22, 2003
Photoshop Actions allow you to automate just about any task, so you spend more of your work time actually creating. Tim Plumer shows you how.
The Photoshop CS Camera Raw Dialog Box
Aug 13, 2004
The RAW file format for digital pictures is available with some high-end digital cameras, and in this article, you can learn how to manipulate the additional data contained in these files to more elaborately enhance your photos.
The Photoshop Elements 9 Book for Digital Photographers: Jonas Sees in Color: Color Correction Secrets
Feb 17, 2011
Scott Kelby and Matt Kloskowski share color correction secrets of Photoshop Elements 9, including how to work with Adjustment Layers, Histograms, and adjusting flesh tones.
The Photoshop Elements Secret to Fixing Group Shots
Jul 7, 2014
With Photoshop Elements’ Group Shot feature, as long as you have a few photos to choose from, you can create the perfect group photo, even if someone has their eyes closed.
Using Quick, Guided, and Expert Editing in Photoshop Elements 11
Dec 5, 2012
Learn about the different editing modes in Photoshop Elements 11 and which one may be right for you.
Using Quick, Guided, and Expert Editing in Photoshop Elements 14
Feb 5, 2016
Scott Kelby explains the different editing modes in Elements—Quick, Guided, and Expert—and show you how to use each one.
Which Mode Do I Use in Photoshop Elements 13: Quick, Guided, or Expert?
Jan 14, 2015
This excerpt from The Photoshop Elements 13 Book for Digital Photographers shows you when to use Quick, Guided, or Expert modes in Photoshop Elements 13.
Why Won’t Photoshop Elements Do What I Tell It To Do?
Feb 25, 2009
Here's a list of explanations and solutions for common issues that might be blocking your progress in Adobe Photoshop Elements 7.
Why You Should Be Using Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) with Photoshop Elements
May 29, 2012
Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) is the program inside Photoshop Elements that is specifically for processing raw camera files. ACR is simple to use, and the results can be pretty amazing. Jeff Revell shows you how to use it.
Working With Selections in Photoshop Elements
Jan 6, 2006
You create selections when you want to isolate specific areas of an image either to silhouette, color correct, or apply a special effect to that particular area. Anything within the confines of an active selection, often referred to as the "marching ants," can be manipulated without affecting the area outside of the selection. This chapter will guide you in choosing the correct selection tool to use for the task at hand, as well as provide you with a few tips the pros use in making selections. You can practice with many of the images in this chapter by downloading them from the Web site.

<< < Prev Page 1 2 3 4 Next >