Hi, Erin here with another tutorial on how to use levels in Photoshop. You can see the previous tutorial here!
Hi, Erin here! Did you know that Photoshop has some quick and easy ways to give your photos that extra little “POP” that will make them really stand out on your scrapbook pages? Granted, Photoshop was meant to edit photos, so there are tons of things you can do with them, but for the everyday scrap-booker who just wants amazing everyday photos to scrap, there are some simple short cuts. Today I am going to tell you about my current favorite. Levels.
I am sure you have heard the idiom, “There is more than one way to skin a cat.” In Photoshop, there are multiple ways to duplicate a layer. You may have your own preference because it is the fastest or maybe it is the only way you know to accomplish this task. There really is no right or wrong way. Today, I will describe different methods on how to duplicate a layer.
Hey All! Guest CT member Melissa Marti here with a post on one of my favorite topics: Using Templates! Raise of hands: How many of you start nearly EVERY layout with a template? They’re so easy, right?! And beautifully laid-out and versatile and I enjoy selecting templates that aren’t typical of my regular “style” to give myself an extra challenge from time to time. I especially love when my made-from-a-template layouts don’t end up LOOKING like they were made from a template.