Photoshop Elements Projects

I figured out how to put multiple photos onto 1 – 10X8 sized jpeg.

I opened the 9 photos I wanted in the 10X8 size before I did anything else . Then I went under  “File” and selected “Contact Sheet II”. That opens up a window and lets me choose the size of the document (10X8), then number of prints (in this case 9), and to use the opened photos in the new document. I deselected the box marked “Use Filenames as captions” because I didn’t want that in the final photo.  When I pressed OK the program then flipped through the photos and the new document for a handful of seconds and then showed me my new grouped photo. I saved it as a jpeg and it’s ready for printing.

freddy-is-a-monster

I’m going to print this up and frame it for my mom for Christmas!

Jasmine Climbs The Kitchen Cabinets

 

Jasmine won't let anything stand in her way of a can of tuna.

Jasmine won't let anything stand in her way for tuna.

 New Page! 

I use Photoshop Elements 4 for Mac to nudge the colours in my photos. It’s easy to use and it came bundled with my Wacom Bamboo tablet I received this past Christmas. I picked up several “How to Photoshop” and “Photoshop Elements” books (a number written by Scott Kelby — well written, great instructions, easy for a beginner *ahem* like me) and there were pages and pages of projects that mixes different photos, backgrounds and effects. So I’m giving them a whirl.

Here’s the first:

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