The world's first and only add-on installer for Windows versions of Photoshop Elements, and now support for Lightroom presets, too! Quickly and easily get all your extra goodies into Elements with a drag, a drop and GO!
Your Swiss Army Knife for Photoshop Elements - over 70 of the most-requested tools from Photoshop
Photo Lab offers 39 ways to enhance your images, from crisp B&W to soft dreamy effects to desaturated and sepia toning. Check it out!
56 effects (yes, 56!) are in this self-installing effects pack. With the Glam Photo FX Pack, you can create a huge variety of glamourous looks for your photos (and they work well on landscapes, too!)
16 ways to slice, dice & chop your photos, from simple splits to more complex chops and slices to torn in half or split three ways. Splitter helps you create interesting display options for you photos!
There's so many different ways to make tape using Elements & Photoshop (just Google "Photoshop tutorial tape" for about 1.8 million ways), so I figured I'd toss out a few ways to make a few slightly different kinds.
Of course, there are two actions in the obligatory download that make them for you. (If you download them, I'm particularly partial to the Clear Tape action over the Sticky Tape action - but the Sticky Tape action is still pretty cool: it adds a rough edge and a bit of noise to the tape for a slightly grittier effect). These actions (and the included Layer Style) are Add-O-Matic friendly - they'll create their own thumbs after you run them the first time (if you add them with the Add-O!)
The attached image uses both actions - the Clear Tape action is in the upper left and lower right corners, and the Sticky Tape action is used in the upper right corner.
It's pretty simple to make tape, though, if you want to customize your own -
Oh yeah - grab an Add-O-Matic to add the two actions & Layer Style below to Elements 5 with a single drag-n-drop. Then go tell everyone how cool the Add-O is, and that they really can't live without it. Plus, there's a lot of free stuff to throw at it here - :)