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Dash of Inspiration: PS & PSE Editing

December 14, 2015


The key to being the ‘master of your own imagination’ in photography and digital editing is to never allow yourself limits. Tutorials exist for everything you can imagine when it comes to editing in Photoshop and PSE (other programs too).

Instead of giving up or getting frustrated, go find tutorials that show you HOW to accomplish what’s in your imagination. It will empower you with the ability to create anything and inspire you to step outside of your comfort zone. The journey is long, as it takes lots and lots of practice to become proficient at these magnificent tools, but imagine the possibilities ….

Here are some great tutorials to get you started:

Jill Wellington is a wonderful photographer and she offers many great tutorials, tips and even backgrounds and overlays on her site.

Moving Objects in a Photo in Photoshop and PSE by Jill Wellington Photography

How to Change the Background of a Photo and Replace it with Another by Jill Wellington Photography

For those who want to begin a journey using Photoshop, I believe you can still purchase PSE (Photoshop Elements) and for many of you, PSE is enough editing power for all your needs. It’s a great place for the beginner, you can always move on to full Photoshop versions when you’re ready.

20 Photoshop Elements Tutorials to Try by Creative Bloq

120 Photoshop Tips, Tricks and Fixes by Creative Bloq

Professional Photoshop Techniques And Tutorials by Smashing Magazine


Don’t forget to enter your Best of 2015 greeting in our December’s Dash of Inspiration Design Challenge!


Doreen Erhardt©2015

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