Tag Archives: enhance photos

  • Quick Photo Edits

    Quick Photo Edits

    Christmas time is a busy time of year, so I’ll take all the scrapping help I can get, and it doesn’t get any more helpful than making a layout using a gorgeous pre-made layout! I found a JIF Plus layout in the store I loved and really wanted to use, but the color palette is […]

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  • Flowers: Thinking Outside the Cluster

    Flowers: Thinking Outside the Cluster

    I love using flowers on digital layouts, and the floral elements in Syndee Nuckles’ Creative Spirit Collection are perfectly suited for clusters. For this tutorial, we’re going to think “outside the cluster” and explore a few other ways you can use flowers to enhance your scrapbooking pages. 1. Create a unique title using flowers. Start by choosing […]

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  • Faux Golden Light Effect in PSE

    Faux Golden Light Effect in PSE

    There’s something special about the light in the autumn season. It’s a little more golden and rich, flattering and warm than the rest of the year. The Autumn Symphony Collection by Laura Louie is perfect for these fall photos. Full of gorgeous oranges, browns, and yellows. It is so beautiful! But what if your pictures don’t […]

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  • Enhancing Photos Using Actions

    Enhancing Photos Using Actions

    An action is simply a series of pre-recorded steps. And the talented designers at Scrap Girls have put together some amazing ones, perfect to take my amateur photos to the next level.

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  • Using Levels to Enhance Photos

    Using Levels to Enhance Photos

    As digital scrappers, we always want our photos to look their best. There are several edits you might be doing on a routine basis, such as cropping or removing red eye. After that, however, one of the easiest and quickest ways to correct problems and to enhance photos is by using Levels adjustments in Photoshop. […]

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  • Converting Photos to Sepia

    Converting Photos to Sepia

    Multiple photos mean multiple colors, backgrounds, variations in lighting, skin tones, etc. Add that mix to the colors you’ve chosen for your layout and things can get really busy, really fast. That’s when I turn to one of my favorite techniques — converting the photos to sepia. I call it The Great Equalizer.

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  • Repurposing Paper Tears

    Repurposing Paper Tears

    Anna Mansfield shows you how to repurpose paper tears in this great article using the March 2016 Scrap Girls Club!

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  • Guided Edits in Photoshop Elements

    Guided Edits in Photoshop Elements

    Whether you are just learning Photoshop Elements or you are already comfortable and familiar with its editing capabilities, one option is well worth exploring. That option is Guided Edits. You will find the Guided Edit tab at the top of the Editor window between Quick and Expert. Just click on the tab to move your […]

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  • Using Gradients in Photoshop to Color Papers, Embellishments, and Photos

    Using Gradients in Photoshop to Color Papers, Embellishments, and Photos

    Gradients are a quick way to add multiple colors to a photo, embellishment, paper – or just about anything! This week, I am going to show you how to add a gradient to a ScrapSimple Paper Template, some ScrapSimple Embellishment Templates, and a photo using Photoshop.

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  • Quick Ways to Dress-Up Photos

    Quick Ways to Dress-Up Photos

    Sometimes I like to spend hours on my pages, tweaking, altering, and experimenting with different effects. But sometimes, I just want to add a little text or something to dress-up a photo before I post it on social media. Other times, I want to create a layout where the photo is the absolute star. And […]

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