Q: I’ve taken some early winter sunset shots but they look a bit washed-out and lack colour and contrast. How can I give them more impact?
Watch our step by step Photoshop Elements tutorial and learn how to create dramatic apocalyptic weather effects…
Follow our step by step tutorial and create a photo planet from a picture of an old baking tin in Photoshop Elements
Turn shots of everyday objects into striking works of art by flipping colours and adding a glow to simulate an X-ray photograph in Photoshop Elements
Our latest Photoshop Elements tutorial shows step by step how to achieve popular Photoshop effects: keeping selective colour in your photos when making black and white conversions.
Give your awkward portraits a Photoshop face lift. Our step-by-step Photoshop Elements tutorial shows you how to swap faces so you can rescue your portrait photography by changing a bad expression into a smile.
Take your photography to extreme wide angles. Our new tutorial shows you how to stitch 360-degree pictures to create amazing polar panoramas.
Fake a fish eye effect in Photoshop Elements. See our step by step tutorial to find out how!
As one improves as a photographer, you might find yourself asking less about photography tips and techniques and instead how to make money from photography. One popular method is to sell photos online via one of the numerous microstock libraries.
In our post we’ll show you how to prepare and edit your pictures so that when you go to sell photos online through a microstock library you stand the best chance of making money.
The Harris Shutter Effect is a process discovered in the days of film photography. It’s achieved by taking a sequence of three exposures on the same frame, with a red, green and blue filter used for each.
However, with Photoshop Elements it’s possible to get the same results using three standard colour images shot in sequence. In our latest Photoshop Elements tutorial we’ll look at how to use Elements to apply colour fills and blending modes to filter the three shots into their component channels.