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Old 18th June 2013
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Re: OlyPauls PhotoShop Elements Tips

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Nearly 5,000 views for this thread, Paul - well done!

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Thank you Ian, have not done any for a while and it was Johns (Musicman) query in another thread that reminded me of it.

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As a matter of interest Paul, do you find any real improvements of Elements 11 over 10?
Stephen to be honest I'm still using version 9, I guess I should have a look at 11 to see if it is worthwhile.

But I think and hope that Adobe may start fleshing it out more to keep up with the competition in the hobbiest market now that CS has gone cloud only.
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Re: OlyPauls PhotoShop Elements Tips

Thanks for loads of help Paul

That rain tip is really effective too.
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Re: OlyPauls PhotoShop Elements Tips

Hi there everyone!

I just wanted to say a big thankyou to Paul for putting this thread together, if I'd found it earlier I could have saved the money for the official Adobe tutorial book as this has been far more easily understood!
Time to fire up the laptop and go through my millions of boring photos and see if I can transform some of them!

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Re: OlyPauls PhotoShop Elements Tips

For Phill D.....Changing the colour of a leaf.

Open up the original Image in Elements



Then in the layers pallete click on the curled paper icon to create a blank layer and change the blend mode of this layer to colour.



Now click on the eye drop tool (red) and than sample a colour from part of the green leaf.

Now select the paint brush tool (yellow) and also set the blend mode of it to colour.

Now just paint over the defective leaf .



When you are satisfied just flatten the layers in the layers pallete and job done.

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Re: OlyPauls PhotoShop Elements Tips

That's great Paul. Just reading it makes it look so easy. I'll definitely have a go myself. Probably at the weekend as I've got to work tonight. Cheers.
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Paul - this will help me too I think, altho I have PS.
It looks easier than cloning. Thank you.
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Re: OlyPauls PhotoShop Elements Tips

Thank you both and yes Lyn it is the same procedure in PS.
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