* **What it’s used for:** Most of us use Photoshop to enhance photos, but you can also use it to create and edit raster graphics.
* **Adobe product:** Photoshop
* **Free or subscription:** Adobe Photoshop Elements (see the next list)
* **Difficulty level:** Beginner to Advanced
In this post, we cover everything there is to know about Adobe Photoshop Elements. From removing people from pictures, to merging photos, to correcting photos and retouching photos, we’ll walk you through all of these features in detail and share the best free photoshop elements tutorials on YouTube.
What is Adobe Photoshop Elements?
Adobe Photoshop Elements is a popular photo editing software for creating professional looking images.
Photoshop Elements supports most of the regular features found in Photoshop such as creating new layers, adjusting layers, cropping photos, and correcting photos.
However, Photoshop Elements has a simpler interface and contains fewer features compared to Photoshop.
Adobe Photoshop Elements has been around since 2007 and is still under active development. It is available as both a downloadable program and a cloud service. You can purchase a retail version of Photoshop Elements or use the free.me file that gives you limited access to the program.
What Are The Features of Adobe Photoshop Elements?
Adobe Photoshop Elements is a photo editor for both beginners and professional. This guide will teach you the best features of Photoshop Elements and what you can use them for.
Let’s dive into all of these features and understand why you would use Photoshop Elements instead of Photoshop.
1. Enhance Photos
One of the main reasons you want to use Photoshop Elements is to edit photos. Photoshop Elements is a popular photo editing software that supports most of the basic features found in Photoshop.
You can enhance photos with Image Adjustments, adjust brightness and contrast, add some blur, adjust lighting and much more with these features.
Using Photoshop Elements to edit photos is the easiest way to work with many photo editing features as it only takes a couple of clicks to apply the changes.
Adobe Photoshop Elements came with a bunch of pre-designed themes for editing photos, all you have to do is activate them. You can also use any of the 3D features that enable you to rotate, flip and deform your photo.
Adobe Photoshop Elements allows you to enhance photos and create new layers.
These features are a part of the “Basic Elements” editing tool, but if you buy Photoshop Elements with Add-Ons, you will get additional features that include the ability to adjust brightness and contrast, crop photos and create slideshows.
2. Combine Photos
Combining 2 photos together is a great way to combine several photos into
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You can use the Stroke tool to draw line work, like a pencil line, a freehand line, a line made by drawing, etc. You can also use the Pen tool to draw freehand paths and then convert that into lines.
The Gradient tool lets you apply a gradient effect to an image, which can then be changed and tweaked using other tools. The Vibrance slider is used to adjust the overall brightness of the image. The Color Picker (Color Sampler) tool allows you to change the colors in your image or select a color within an image. You can also use it to select a specific area, such as a corner, a midpoint, a single color, or a specific color range.
The Pen tool can be used for drawing on any layer of an image and for filling small areas. You can also use the Free Transform tool to distort an image, as well as use the lasso tool to select an area.
Masking enables you to mask certain areas of an image or even to mask part of an object to another. The brush tool makes it easy to add details to a typeface or apply a specific effect to it.
The Eraser tool is used to remove pixels of an image. There are also different erase tools with different functions, like the Magic Eraser for cleaning up scratches or blemishes, and the Sponge Brush, which is used for removing unwanted parts of objects.
With the Paintbrush tool, you can apply a color to a specific area of an image or, in effect, paint the image. You can then modify colors by using the Eyedropper tool, which allows you to select colors and then transfer them to other areas.
The Smudge tool is used for adding texture to a photo, which is then modified or removed using the Eraser tool. The Clone Stamp tool is used to copy pixels from one area of an image and paste them into another.
The Gradient tool can be used to create a new color. You can also use the Eyedropper tool to select colors and then pick up those colors onto an area of the image that you select.
The Magic Wand tool is used to select an object in an image or areas that belong to a specific object. You can then select a color and apply it to that object. The Color Range tool lets you select the colors in an image to a certain range.
The Gradient tool can create a new color, create color variations from a
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OS: Windows XP SP2 (or newer)
Windows XP SP2 (or newer) Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 / AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 5600+ (2.66 GHz) or equivalent
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2GB RAM Hard Drive: At least 15GB free space
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