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Double Exposure with Guided Edit was added to Photoshop Elements 2018.We'll go through the process and pick up a few tips and tricks along the way.
The Auto Selection tool was added to Photoshop Elements 2018.We'll see exactly how it works in this tutorial. We'll also look at the choices you have for the Auto Selection tool down in the Tool Options panel.
I really like this technique to smooth skin for a couple of reasons.One is that it gives realistic results by retaining some of the original skin texture.The other reason I like it is because
Someone sent me an email asking how to remove a mirror reflection. This tutorial shows a pretty easy and realistic way to remove a mirror reflection using Photoshop Elements.
This tutorial shows the not-so-obvious way to put a circle around something with Photoshop Elements.
This is a very simple and common need. For example you might have an old class photo that you want to draw a colored circle around one face.
Making a feathered oval around your subject is a nice technique. Sometimes you might feel the need to tie it together a little more so that it doesn't look like it's floating out there on the background all by itself. To do that you can put a stroke around the oval. That's what we're going to do in this tutorial.
This is the final of a two part tutorial on how to edit the General Preferences in Photoshop Elements. Discover what each option means and how it works.
See how to edit the General Preferences in Photoshop Elements. Discover what each option means and how it works.