A Bokeh effect is created, usually, by photographers using particular settings on their camera to focus on a subject and turn everything else, in the background, into a set of diffuse light spots. Since most people might not have that option on their camera, or might just want to create such a background afterward, let’s see how we can do it with PaintShop Pro.
Using the Object Remover in PSP
The Object Remover is a tool that appeared in PaintShop Pro version X. It can be a very useful tool to literally remove elements of a photo. It can be very useful when it is not possible to retake a shot. Let's see how to use it.
Create a watercolor effect with PSP
The main characteristics of watercolor image include a semi-translucent color, an unevenness of the “brush strokes”, and often fading edges instead of definite ones. Let's see how you can recreate that effect with PaintShop Pro.
The Crop Tool in PaintShop Pro
Among the most common tasks that PaintShop Pro owners use their program for are to fix and crop their photos. Although there are different ways one can crop photos, the most obvious one would be to use the Crop tool.
Gold Star – Mireille
This time, I wanted to introduce you a very long time member of the Campus. It seems like I have known Mireille since such a long time. Since English is not her first language, the article below is a translation and re-write of her story she sent me in French (yeah, you might have guessed that French is also my first language).