Category: Photoshop Elements

On the Seventh Day of Christmas – Fill Percentage Layer Styles!

These layer styles affect the fill of a layer. Opacity of a layer affects the overall content, but the Fill of a layer only affects that layer’s pixels Read more →

On the Sixth Day of Christmas – Graduated Neutral Density Filters Download!

On the Sixth Day of Christmas, Graffi gave to me – a brand new Photoshop / Photoshop Elements Graduated Neutral Density Filters Action Effects set! In photography, one of the most useful lens filters you can own is a graduated neutral density filter. This filter is shaded in a gradient and can be rotated around the lens to accommodate exposure… Read more →

On the Fifth Day of Christmas, 25% off deal

On the fifth day of Christmas 25% off deal Read more →

On the Fourth Day of Christmas, How About Some Color?

Today, for the Fourth Day of Christmas, here is a mini-bundle of color for Photoshop and Photoshop Elements!

This free download includes Christmas Colors for the 12 Days of Christmas, colors sampled from the most beautiful blue waters of the Caribbean Ocean, and a collection of Christmas Gradients Read more →

A Christmas Ornament in Elements

Here’s an older video showing how to create a Christmas Tree Ornament using Photoshop Elements. The video is a vintage one, created using Photoshop Elements 5 (but don’t worry – this tutorial can be done with any version of Photoshop Elements or Photoshop). Read more →

On the Second Day of Christmas a Free Download!

This set of layer styles adds 10 snowdrift layer styles to your Photoshop layers palette. The free download link is below, and if you want to add them fast and easy to Photoshop Elements, be sure to grab an Add-O-Matic, too Read more →

On the FIRST Day of Christmas – a Free Download: Snowfall Action Effect!

On the FIRST Day of Christmas, Graffi gave to me – a free download! This Snowfall action is slightly different from the version included n Photoshop Elements in that it leaves the snowfall layer intact so you can manipulate it however you want it. Note: It works best on images that are roughly 1200 – 1500 pixels on their long… Read more →