03. Photoshop Elements Shake Reduction

By |2016-10-17T17:30:40-05:00October 2nd, 2015|Featured Photoshop Elements Tutorials, Photo Editing, PSE Tutorials for Basic Edits|

The release of Photoshop Elements 14 last week included an impressive new Shake Reduction feature. Tailor-made for mobile phone photos & selfies, this blur-reducing edit actually works well on images taken with any camera. Like this photo, for example. Can't you just tell what an awesome person he is from that joyful expression? Adobe created the Shake [...]

Crop to the Rule of Thirds in Photoshop Elements

By |2016-10-17T17:30:41-05:00September 24th, 2015|Featured Photoshop Elements Tutorials, Photo Editing, PSE Tutorials for Basic Edits, Uncategorized|

The rule of thirds is so important in photography that Photoshop Elements has given us a tool to help us compose our photos in conformity with the rule. The rule of thirds is of those fancy guidelines that "professional" photography teachers will say that your photos need to follow. The premise is that most photos will be more [...]

03. Raw Photos: How to Edit to Convert to JPG

By |2016-10-17T17:30:42-05:00July 29th, 2015|Featured Lightroom Tutorials, Featured Photoshop Elements Tutorials, Lightroom Tutorials for Basic Edits, Photo Editing, PSE Tutorials for Basic Edits|

Raw photos require a bit of extra editing. That's why they're called "raw." It means unprocessed. This article is a follow up to my last article about making the transition from shooting JPG to Raw. After you've changed the setting on your camera that records photos in Raw rather than JPG form, you need to import [...]

01. Photoshop Elements Tutorial: Correct White Balance

By |2016-10-17T17:30:48-05:00November 6th, 2014|Featured Photoshop Elements Tutorials, Photo Editing, PSE Tutorials for Basic Edits|

Correcting white balance in Photoshop Elements - it's one of the most basic things we do when editing our photos, but unfortunately, Elements doesn't have a perfect "correct color" button or slider. What is white balance? It's more accurately referred to as color balance. Photos with poor white balance have a color cast, meaning that one color is [...]