Remove a Color Cast in Photoshop Elements: Overview You can easily remove a color cast in Photoshop Elements from an image. A color cast occurs when the color channels in an image are not in balance. The undesired effect is often an unusual tint of color and is a common result of improper lighting
The Eraser Tool in Photoshop Elements: Overview The Eraser tool in Photoshop Elements applies the background color to an image. Contrary to what its name implies, this tool does not make pixels transparent in an image. Instead, it applies the background color, versus the foreground color. To use the Eraser Tool in Photoshop Elements,
The Pencil Tool in Photoshop Elements: Overview The Pencil Tool in Photoshop Elements draws hard-edged lines in photos. Click the Pencil Tool button in the Toolbox to use it. Then click and drag in your image to create lines and apply color to the pixels in the selected layer. The Pencil Tool has many
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
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
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.
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
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 “Pictures” folder is the default watch folder in Photoshop Elements. You can also specify additional folders to