With my collaboration with Adobe Photoshop Elements, I had the chance to try out and preview the new Adobe Photoshop Elements 11, which will be out very soon! I absolutely love their guided edits, and my favorite feature is their Depth of Field Edit. You can add a depth of field to your photos without being a photography whiz. It's an easy two-step process. Blur and focus. Here are some examples from using this effect. I love using it for focusing on a certain object - like in these cases, a pumpkin or a leaf. (You didn't think I'd leave out autumn in this post, did you? ;))
Closed Wednesday, October 10th!
Now for the fun and exciting part… YOU can enter for a chance to win!
Three readers will win their own copy of Adobe Photoshop Elements 11. To enter, simply comment with your name and what you'd use Elements for! Outfit photos? Family photos? Scenery? You name it. This giveaway will be open until Wednesday, October 10th. Winners will be announced shortly after! Good luck!
This is my last post in my collaboration with Adobe Photoshop Elements. You can read all of my previous posts - Creating Collages and Clipping Masks, Adding a Vintage Effect, Creating an Autumn Effect and Making your own DIY Polaroid. Be sure to follow PSE on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Pinterest. And I just want to finally thank Adobe for this amazing opportunity. I've had such a fun summer collaborating with them!