If you have kids or grandkids of a certain age they probably love superheroes. And people of all ages love the Sunday funny pages. Am I right? If this sounds appealing to you take a look at my tutorial on Scrapaneers blog about combining these into a cool layout using Photoshop Elements. You can check it out here.
Here’s another layout based on the same tutorial but using a different kit. I used the same photos and cut out but a different layout design and kit.
If using extractions and blend modes in Photoshop Elements is still a bit of a mystery to you check out my tutorial here. The more I see and use artistic effects the more I love them. In this tutorial, I take you through my process step by step. So follow along and add your own tricks to achieve an artistic layout you will love. There are many ways to do things in Photoshop Elements and this is just one way. So check it out and let me know what you think.
How many times have you tried to recolor styles in Photoshop Elements but the result was all wrong? The color you got wasn’t even close to what you were going for so you decided it wasn’t even possible. Let me assure you it is! I’ve written a tutorial on Scrapaneers blog to explain this process and how to get a perfect color match here. I also have another tutorial using different Styles here. I also explain what happens if you try to recolor Styles without going through these steps. I suggest you check out both tutorials for a thorough understanding. Thanks for looking.
Have you tried the Droplet Drag and Drop templates for PSE15 yet? They’re so easy you can complete a fabulous layout in five minutes or less. What?? Yes, that’s right. I have a new tutorial to show you just how easy it is. You’re going to love it. As a bonus, these templates can actually be used in Photoshop Elements versions 10-14 too. The drag & drop feature was introduced with version 10 but the grouping included with these templates only works in PSE15. But it’s really no problem. The paper or photo or journal card still resizes automatically and automatically clips to the Frame (photo box). So check out my tutorial and give them a try!
Learn how to recolor Styles Effects in Styles 101: The Color Overlay Part 2. Did you think you were stuck with the color selections created by the designer? Well you are not! Apply the Styles Effect of your choice then recolor it to match your layout. Learn how here.
Here’s an example of what you can do. Draw a shape add a Glass Button Style Effect (any color) then change it to coordinate with your layout.
Have you ever wondered how to easily align, evenly space or resize elements in PaintShop Pro x6? It is very easy and I’m going to show you how.
There is also a Toolbar you can use if that’s your preferred method.
As you can see, it’s super easy to align, evenly space & resize multiple items in PaintShop Pro. This can save a lot of time. Did you find this tip helpful? Please comment and let me know what you think. Thanks!
Have you seen any layouts using the photo tiling feature in My Memories Suite? That is one of my favorite features added in version 4. If you love the look too, I’ve created a tutorial to show you how to use photo tiling in your layouts. You can find the tutorial here and I’ve included another example below using this feature.
This example is very similar to one of the layouts in the tutorial but for this layout I used the original photo for the entire background. I also used the photo effect feature to change it to black & white.