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Introducing The Photoshop Elements Ambassadors!

Layers, lighting, masks, f-stops … with so many moving parts, photography and photo editing can be tricky, especially when you’re just starting out! When you’re looking for the latest tips, tricks and tutorials, having someone to turn to for advice can be the perfect solution. Introducing the Photoshop Elements Ambassadors!

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Over the next few months, we’ll be working with five sensational bloggers from across North America, whose expertise makes them perfect for the role of Photoshop Elements ambassadors. You’ll find each one to be completely unique, with photography tips and tricks that perfectly reflect the activities of their daily lives!

Our ambassadors are experts in telling stories through photos and imagery, and have been sharing stories of their daily lives online for years. We knew there was no one better to share tips with the community. Whether they’re out discovering the best wildlife photography tricks, or using Adobe software to make an outfit photo perfectly perfect, they’ve got something special to say.

Over the next few months, the Photoshop Elements Ambassadors will be providing photo editing tips and tutorials, plus tricks related to how they get the best photos. You’ll also see DIY-photo projects, and so much more! Read on to learn a little bit more about our new ambassadors.

Stephanie Adamson: Six Sisters’ Stuff

Stephanie Adamson After years of living close to one another, Stephanie’s sisters were being pulled in many different directions – one sister moved to the West coast, another sister followed her husband to medical school, and one moved away to college. The sisters used the blog as a way to stay in touch.

Before they started blogging, they were constantly calling each other for recipe ideas, craft projects, and ways to keep their children entertained during long winter days. The blog was the perfect way to share those ideas with each other, and Six Sisters’ Stuff was born.

Keep an eye out for food photography tips and DIY photo craft projects from Stephanie.

Grace Atwood: Stripes & Sequins

Grace Atwood Grace Atwood is the voice behind Stripes & Sequins, a fashion + DIY blog for the sparkle obsessed. With a background in marketing and social media, Grace also heads up social media for the popular jewelry website, BaubleBar.

Grace launched Stripes & Sequins in 2010, and explores the worlds of fashion, beauty, do-it-yourself, travel, and lifestyle.  Grace’s weekly runway-inspired DIY projects have become her most popular series.

Look for perfect photo fixes and DIY photo projects from Grace, and read more about her photography set-up.

Steve Casimiro: Adventure Journal

Steve CasimiroSteve Casimiro is a writer, photographer, and editor at Adventure Journal. He grew up in Arlington, Virginia, and now lives in Monarch Beach, California, where he can mountain bike, trail run, surf, and climb year-round, not to mention shoot and test the gear he reviews for Adventure Journal.

Steve spent eleven years as editor at Powder Magazine, launched Bike Magazine as founding editor; and has contributed to National Geographic Adventure as West Coast Editor.

Steve’s your go-to guy for outdoor photography tips, and his advanced tutorials will leave you wanting to pack up and seek your next adventure! Cruise over to Adventure Journal to read more, and tell him what you want to learn more about this summer!

Marty Csercsevits & Pete Fazio: Dad And

Pete Fazio and Marty CsercsevitsPete and Marty met on their first day of 2nd grade and have been best friends since! is a site about their combined background in kids, home renovation, music, cars, automotive fabrication, gadgets, tools, technology, art, and life. They’ve spent the last few years exploring the best and worst of diapers, scrapes, scratches, plumbing, electrical, masonry, woodworking, upholstery, metal work, paint and body work, and almost everything else you can imagine.

Look to Marty & Pete for unique tutorials (they both have backgrounds in graphic design!) and a dose of humor. These guys are a crack up – see what we mean by reading about their photography set-up.

Brendan van Son: Brendan’s Adventures

Brendan van SonBrendan is a travel blogger and photographer from Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, Canada. After completing degrees in both Political Science and Human Geography, he decided that it was time to discover the world beyond textbooks, and began traveling across the world. Beyond Brendan’s Adventures, Brendan has written for a number of travel magazines and ezines, and his photos have appeared in a variety of print magazines. He has now been on the road for nearly three years straight, and shows no signs of slowing down!

Follow Brendan for advanced photography tips and a healthy dose of adventure! In the past two weeks alone, he’s been on a safari, come face-to-face with a lioness, and gone skydiving.

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Join the discussion

  • By Roberto Blake - 12:16 PM on July 5, 2013  

    Happy for you guys, I will be doing my own research on each of you and recommending my readers to check out you individual blogs and social media profiles. This is a very exciting time to be part of the Photoshop community and you guys are fortunate enough to get to share your experience with the community on a deeper level. I’m actually a little jealous. Best of luck and congrats!

  • By Sokem Christoph - 8:42 PM on February 29, 2016  

    Still Leading…

  • By Ivey Jackson - 9:40 AM on March 4, 2016  

    Help! Installed Elements 14 Jan 10, but this week(3-4-16) it will not Open past the Interoductory Rectangle of Organize, Editor and Premiere (I do not have Premere. I do not know where to go to get help. Thank you

  • By dorit ansari - 7:49 PM on August 13, 2016  

    My husband died 1 1/2 years ago. I would like to get back to my photos, over 36,000, both scanned photos and digital since 2002. All my photos have questions marks in them, I have tried for weeks to get this to work and finally took my laptop to Best Buy technical help and two guys tried for two hours to help me. Is there any one in Minneapolis area that knows how photoshop10 works and could help me???