Need help with photoshop (again)

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inuyashalove04

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Yea, well...like the title subject says; I'm having trouble with photoshop. While I've been sitting around, I've been trying to make some different wallpaper backgrounds. And, the one I've been trying now, has a planet. Ok, here's where I'm having the problem. I need to use blending options. But...I can't find it. I'm starting to think that it's because I'm useing Photoshop Elements. I've tried looking at tutorials to see if it's located someplace else, but no such luck. So...can anyone help me out, can anyone tell me where I can find this option (or one simular) in Photoshop Elements?
(I'm still ignorant when it comes to this stupid program :sweat:)

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sylvacoer

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Hm, with photoshop elements, i think the layer blending options window should pop up when you double click on the layer in the layers window, just like it does in regular PS. If not, it should be one of the icons along the bottom of the layers window.
Hope tha helps, hon!

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As sylvacoer said you can do multiple blendings playing with layers.

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  • Feb 28, 2006

Revan

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Haven't ever used Photoshop Elements... so I'd take a guess ^_^' on the Layer Menu if this program has the Blending Options installed it should be there Layer > Blending Options. But as I said, I'd be guessing :sweat:

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I need help too XD

  • Mar 04, 2006

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