Photoshop Tutorial – Changing Hue & Saturation

Do you love the changing the look of your photos to give them a different look?  In this fun and easy tutorial, I will be using Photoshop Elements to show how easy it is to take your photos to a new level.

I used this technique to bend the precious photo of son and dad working together on a project into the background paper.

Open the photo file to be changed and then click on the Guided Tab at that top.  The select the Old Fashion Photo.

Then select the Add Hue Saturation button.

Next use the each of the sliders to adjust until you get the desired look.  Then click OK.

Click back to the Expert Tab and save the new file making sure name it a new name.  Then use the Move Tool to drag and drop into your artwork.  Or save the file and print.

Layout created by Sheila Rumney with Crafty Secrets digital products. Layout created by Sheila Rumney with Crafty Secrets digital products.

Check out our Photoshop 101 Workshop Class.  Take your photos to the next level with post editing.  We will be diving into photo editing and minor corrections, along with photo organization.  We will also be going in depth with textures and actions to apply to your photos.  We will also be showing how easy it is to jump into digital scrapbooking.

This class is an extension of Photo Editing Class and builds on what was  taught in that class.   Don’t worry, if you weren’t able to attend the Photo Editing Class as this class will still go over the basics of Photoshop Elements.  Grab a friend and enjoy a fun filled creative night together.  Register to reserve your spot!