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Warm Up Your Landscapes In Elements - How to add warmth to an image in Photoshop Elements.

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Rename your layer

It's good to get into a habit of doing this every time you work on a new image. Simply double-click on the layer to activate a text box for you to type the new name in.

Layers

Photo Filter

To give the image the touch of warmth it needs we're going to add a photo filter. There are two ways you can do this: one, go to Layer>New Adjustment Layer> Photo Filter or two, click on the black and white circle at the bottom of the layers palette and select photo filter.

Photo Filter menu


Tweak the filter

In the filter menu you'll find various photo filters to pick from or you can pick a colour instead of using one of the pre-set filters if you want to. Make sure Preserve Luminosity is ticked then adjust the slider until you get a result you like. Close the window and your image is now complete.

Photo Filter

Before and after shots:

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