Webinar: Make a Spook-tacular Photo

Webinar: Make a Spook-tacular Photo

By PaintShop Professional Brad Barton

When the days grow shorter and the nights grow longer, the time is just right to take on a spooky photo editing project. In this webinar recording, PaintShop Professional Brad Barton, who is a master at creating dramatic and mysterious scenes, will teach you how to take regular photographs and give them an eerie treatment using PaintShop Pro tools such as:

  • Adjustment layers
  • Layers and blending modes
  • Simple masking to enhance/replace a background
  • Warp tool

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Comments (2)

  • Kevin Carbone, PhD Reply

    I made a big mistake updating. I wanted to get the new feature where I could draw a line around some feature in a photo and then EXTRACT THAT FEATURE for use elsewhere. So I purchased your entire suite of stuff including video and whatever else. All I want is to find the regular photo editing software in your huge suite of stuff. JUST TELL ME THE MENU ITEM THAT LETS ME DRAW THE MAGIC LASSO.

    October 29, 2020 at 3:47 pm
    • Adam Reply

      Hello Kevin,

      The lasso icon is the Freehand Selection tool, found under the same button as all the other selection tools – rectangular/shaped selection, magic wand, etc. Here is the user guide entry on selection tools to help you get started!

      Discovery Center Team

      November 2, 2020 at 12:19 am

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