How to replace a background in Photoshop or Elements

Many of times a photo is perfect BESIDES one thing ... the background.

This is one technique we use to select areas and replace them with another photo.  You can use this technique for any situation you have.  


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  • Please refer to the sound button on the video. Make sure it is not on mute or your speakers are not on mute.

    Stacie Jensen on
  • Well crud..LOLOL My speakers were turned off…….I am so glad I asked!!! :) :) now I can hear it..thank you!

    Chrissy C on
  • I wasn’t able to find the color select/ color range OR masks in my photoshop elements. Do I need a better version. I’m running Elements 8. I have been doing sky overlays for a long time, but I still haven’t mastered it. Maybe time for an upgrade :( I love my elements!!

    Kandice Haney on
  • Is there NO sound in your videos? How can you do a How To video with no sound??

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