Sometimes to make an interesting picture you need to create a themed texture. That is exactly what I show in this Photoshop Elements video, how to make a Denim texture then apply it as a text fill along with some additional features (stitches, brads) to help sell the effect. Sew, get out your digital sewing machine and give this one a try...
Here is a fun and quick Photoshop Elements project for Halloween. Combining photos and silhouette techniques to create a spooky picture of a cat in front of a full Autumn moon. This can be done in any version of Photoshop Elements and you can even download the working files here: https://www.georgepeirson.com/project-pse-halloween-card-cat-and-moon/
This video is an answer to a question from one of my YouTube subscribers on where that YouTube Channel Icon comes from and how to create a custom icon using Photoshop Elements. Setting up and uploading the channel icon is an easy step (hint: it is your Google Icon, change that and it automatically changes YouTube), making and sizing the image correctly is what this video is all about.
YouTube did a major face lift this past September and it impacted this video slightly. When I made the video the icon was displayed in the upper left corner of the YouTube header graphic on your YouTube channel. Now the icon has been moved just below the header graphic which has two effects, first the header graphic is now clean on the left side so you can add important imagery there if you like and second the YouTube Channel Icon now displays as a circle just like on Google so don't put anything important in the corners of your icon image. Anyway, here is how to make and set up a YouTube channel icon in Photoshop Elements:
Here is a fun project on creating a nice circular logo out of a portrait photograph using Photoshop Elements and a few basic tricks. This one involves the rarely used Threshold filter to convert the portrait into a graphic look.
Just in time for Halloween, here is a fun project on how to create custom lighting for a photograph that looks truly realistic. Easy to do in Photoshop Elements, the same steps could also be applied to Adobe Photoshop. So, lets get that lighting going...
Adobe just released version 16 of their Photoshop Elements image program, calling it Adobe Photoshop Elements 2018. This is the newest in a long line of great consumer level image editing and graphics programs. Well worth the upgrade if you are using Photoshop Elements 14 and earlier. Watch this video to see the new features and why you may not want to upgrade if you currently have version 15.
Do you have loads of vacation photos just lying around looking for a project? If so then I have the perfect project for you, a Photoshop Elements Retro Vacation Post Card. Easy to do with lots of chances for personalisation. Take a quick trip down memory lane and create your very own retro post card in Photoshop Elements, here's how...
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Here is an answer to a question I received on YouTube about renaming multiple pictures at the same time. Doing a Photoshop Elements Batch Rename is a straightforward process if you know where to look. So, here you go, how to do a Batch Rename in Photoshop Elements.
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Here is a fun project that is based on one of those things you can get at a theme or amusement park, the silhouette cutout. It is easy to make, you can then use it as a print as is or you can cut it out to make it into an actual cutout silhouette.