Join Chad Chelius for an in-depth discussion in this video The out-of-bounds effect, part of Learning Photoshop Elements 9.
One of the fun new features in Photoshop Elements 9, the Out Of Bounds effect, …allows you to create very compelling images by extending a portion of an image …beyond a frame, making it look like the image is jumping out of the frame. …Now, I'm beginning this lesson from the Adobe Elements 9 Organizer and I want to …find an appropriate image for this effect. …And an image that will work is an image that you can see being able to protrude …portions of the image out of a predefined frame.…
I'm going to go through here and we could probably use maybe an image of this boy. …You know, maybe make his head pop out of the top of the frame. …We could also, let me scroll down, maybe use one of these flamingos that might work. …Even this bird would be a good example. But I think, for this lesson, I'm going …to use, I have an image here called tiger_1.jpg. …And if you're having trouble finding it, you can quickly do a search in your …Search Text field for tiger. And you should be able to quickly find …
- Working with photos in the Organizer workspace
- Understanding the Editor workspace
- Organizing and sharing your images
- Basic image editing
- Understanding layers
- Creating a photo collage
- Using Photomerge
- Removing unwanted items using Content-Aware Fill
- Creating a greeting card or calendar
Skill Level Beginner
Photoshop Elements 9 Essential Trainingwith Jan Kabili11h 20m Beginner
Photoshop Elements 9: Scanning and Restoring Photoswith Janine Smith2h 38m Intermediate
1. Photoshop Elements Essentials
2. Organizing Images
3. Basic Image Editing
4. Advanced Image Editing
5. Fun with Photoshop Elements 9
6. Creations Engine Projects
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