Have you ever looked at a picture and thought to yourself, “Wow, that would be even better if X were in it!”? Well, with Photoshop, you can make that happen. Here’s a quick guide on how to do just that:
1. Open up the image in Photoshop. The first thing you’ll need to do is open up the image you want to edit in Photoshop. You can do this by clicking File > Open, or by drag-and-dropping the image into the Photoshop window.
2. Create a new layer. Once the image is open, create a new layer by clicking Layer > New > Layer, or by pressing Shift+Ctrl+N (Windows) / Shift+Cmd+N (Mac). This new layer will be where you’ll be adding your new element.
3. Add your new element. Now it’s time to add whatever it is you want to add to the image.
This could be a picture of someone, a piece of text, or anything else. If you’re adding a picture, make sure it’s on its own layer so you can move it around independently later on.
4. Resize and position your new element. Once you’ve added your new element, use the transform tool (pressing Ctrl+T or Cmd+T) to resize and position it how you want it in the image. When you’re happy with its placement, press Enter/Return to confirm the transformation.
5. Add any finishing touches. If you want, you can now add any finishing touches to your image, such as shadows or other effects. When you’re happy with how everything looks, simply save the image (File > Save) and you’re done!