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Photoshop Elements 15 Preview

Adobe Photoshop Elements 15 is here! Are the new features worth getting this latest version?

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Remove A Person From A Photo

You can quickly remove a person from a photo using Photoshop Elements. See how to get PS Elements to do most of the work for you!

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Blend Multiple Photos Together With Photoshop Elements

You can seamlessly blend multiple photos together in Photoshop Elements and make a collage of your favorite events.

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A Few Layer Mask Tips

These Layer Mask tips are a few extra tidbits that I originally put into a video tutorial about how to remove a background around hair.

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Blend Two Photos Together With Photoshop Elements

You can blend two photos together in Photoshop Elements and have a nice smooth transition between them.

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How to make Photos Black and White with Some Color using Photoshop Elements

You can make photos black and white with some color in Photoshop Elements. See how to bring color back to just the areas where you want it to be.

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Crop Photos into Shapes with Photoshop Elements

You can crop photos into shapes with Photoshop Elements. See how to put your photos into different shapes like hearts, circles, stars, etc.

It's easy to do using a tool called the Cookie Cutter tool.

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Solid, Dashed, & Dotted Lines with Photoshop Elements

You might be surprised to hear that this technique does NOT use the Line Tool in Photoshop Elements.

Instead, we change a few options and use the Brush Tool.

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