The Healing Brush Tool in Photoshop Elements: Overview The Healing Brush Tool in Photoshop Elements corrects slight imperfections in an image. It does this by blending them with the pixels in the surrounding image. The Healing Brush Tool works in the same manner as the Clone Stamp tool. However, the Healing Brush Tool also
Open Images in Photoshop Elements: Overview To open images in Photoshop Elements, select “File| Open…” from the Menu Bar. Doing that then launches the “Open” dialog box. Use this system dialog box to navigate to the folder in your computer’s file system within which to look for image files. Once inside the folder
Apply Fills in Photoshop Elements: Overview You can apply fills in Photoshop Elements to fill selections and layers you create with colors, gradients and patterns. One of the most common fills is filling the currently selected background or foreground color into a selection. To do this, select the desired background and foreground colors. Then
Guided Edit Mode in Photoshop Elements: Overview Guided Edit mode in Photoshop Elements lets you make basic choices and have the program do the work for you. To use Guided Edit mode in Photoshop Elements, click “Guided” in the Shortcuts Bar. Within Guided Edit mode in Photoshop Elements, select the image to use.
Rename Photos in the Organizer in Photoshop Elements: Overview You can rename photos in the Organizer in Photoshop Elements. An important part of organizing media files is giving the files names that easily let you find them when needed. You should rename files to give them a unique name that easily shows their content.
Watch Folders in Photoshop Elements: Overview If using Windows, you can specify watch folders in Photoshop Elements. Watch folders are folders the Organizer watches to look for new media you add to the folders. By default, the “My Pictures” folder is the default watch folder in Photoshop Elements. You can also specify additional folders
The Lasso Tool in Photoshop Elements: Overview The Lasso Tool in Photoshop Elements lets you draw free-form selections to make curved selections. It shares the same button in the Toolbox with the Polygonal Lasso Tool and the Magnetic Lasso Tool. Because each tool behaves differently, you will have to look at how to use each
Select Text in Photoshop Elements: Overview You can select text in Photoshop Elements by choosing the type tool you used to create the text. Then click into the text to select to place it into “Edit” mode. Click and drag over the text to select within the text bounding box or within the lines