by Barbara Radisavljevic 7 years ago
How can I make one image of two photos side by side in Photoshop Elements 8I used to do this through merge photos in Photoshop Elements 2, but it doesn't seem to work the same way in 8 or there's something I'm missing. I want to show the front and back bookcovers in only one images by making one...
by Christin Sander 6 years ago
Has anyone tried the new Photoshop 6 Beta yet? what did you think of it?I am just now downloading it to check it out. I hear it has a lot of really neat new features and that they've done a lot with content aware and things of this nature. Tried it yet? What did you think?
by Sharath perlampady 2 years ago
What is unit digit and how to find the unit digit of 7 to the power 105? (7^105)Please say easy method and please explain correctly, because no one in web explained correctly.
by brnielsen44 7 years ago
Why would anyone want to use Adobe Elements if they could just use Adobe Photoshop?
by Haunty 8 years ago
Who is Photoshop Elements for?
by jfay2011 7 years ago
I would like to know how to do transparencies over two digital photos on my computer. I have a bunch of photo software but haven't explored them too much. I've always loved seeing pictures that are overlapping each other and parts of each photo show through the other. I'd love to...
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