Photoshop Elements allows you to work on individual image layers. You can create and name new layers, then reorder, group, and even merge selected layers together.
In this chapter, you’ll learn how layers are created, and then explore several methods and techniques to help you take advantage of one of Elements’ most powerful and creative features.
The chapter concludes with a comprehensive look at the Undo History palette. This helpful palette tracks and displays a record of every action you make (from selections, to layer creation, to retouching), and then lets you easily undo any action and return to different states in the history of your image creation.
When you first import or scan an image ...