Reviews and Problems with Adobe Photoshop Elements 10
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Adobe Photoshop Elements 10: Aimed At Amateurs, It’s Got Some Pro Tools, Too
1 March 2012
Excerpt: Adobe Photoshop Elements 10 caters to the entry-level crowd, but is imbued with several professional-level tools. Even when a feature is not really intended for serious photographers, there is a goldmine of functionality that could save countless hours. The app is celebrating 10 years on the market. Adobe has slowly revised the workflow, and it’s getting much better.
Conclusion: We found PSE10 to be a super-sweet platform, thanks to the evolution of the Organizer and slick new features. The Object Search is a game changer, and has us seriously reconsidering whether Photoshop Elements will replace Aperture ( $79.99 in the Mac App Store ) as our photo editor of choice.
Pros: New tools combined with a few old standouts and an improved Organizer make PSE10 a winner.
Cons: The Plus package, while a great idea for those who don’t have any other vehicle for sharing or backup, just doesn’t seem worth the price tag.
Excerpt: Adobe Photoshop Elements is the premier budget image editing software option. It is a powerful application that borrows many of its features from its big brother, the industry standard Daddy of all photo editing packages, Photoshop. The main thing that makes Elements so attractive is that it costs only a fraction as much as the full version of Photoshop, and as a reduced version is much easier to get to grips with.
Excerpt: The murky grey interface of Adobe’s Photoshop Elements fills me with gloom every time I look at it, and I was disappointed to see that the gloom persists in this latest version. However, that’s my only real criticism of Elements 10, as this upgrade combines some powerful new tools with the program’s traditional ease of use. There are two main areas of improvement, focusing on the program’s painting and photographic effects features.
Excerpt: Adobe Photoshop may be the world's most famous image-editor, but it's a complex, professional tool with a professional price tag. Photoshop Elements is the 'amateur' alternative. It's much cheaper and it's designed not just for experts, but novices and intermediate photographers too.