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: In this version, you’ll first see a start-up screen with two buttons, one for organizing photos and one for editing. It makes more sense to click the button to organize images first, especially if you’re not even sure which images need editing.
Conclusion: Photoshop Elements continues to be the best way to get some of Photoshop's coolest effects without requiring you to attend a night course. This version streamlines the interface, adds some cool new effects, and exports to Vimeo.
Pros: Lots of powerful image-manipulation tools. Strong face- and geo-tagging with integrated maps. Excellent output options?printing, online, photo books. Good help with performing advanced edits.
Cons: Separate organizer app is less integrated than that of other photo apps. Help system scattered. Not native 64-bit.
Adobe Premiere Elements 10 & Photoshop Elements 10 Review
12 January 2012
Excerpt: If you use a Mac, then you probably use iPhoto for basic image editing and iMovie for basic video editing. But what if you use a PC? The tools included there are not nearly as capable, friendly or integrated. And what if you want to go further than the basic editing capabilities of the iTools? That is where Adobe Premiere Elements 10 & Photoshop Elements 10 come in – offering integrated photo and video editing and production tools for both OS X and Windows 7.
Pros: Super strong editing tools; organizer is a great centerpiece; sharing is simple and seamless; enhanced social integration facilitates quick uploads; easy tools for beginners and robust tools for advanced users
Cons: Not a ‘must have’ update if you have version 9; search tools should remember objects and apply to new images as well.
Excerpt: The newest incarnation of the world’s most popular consumer photo editing software is proof that, as the Irish saying goes, the older the fiddle, the sweeter the tune. Adobe Photoshop Elements has been on the Mac an entire decade, but it keeps getting better with age.
Summary: If youâ€™re on the go, youâ€™ll appreciate the enhanced syncing features that keep your photo collection updated on all of your devices. The Organizerâ€™s duplicate detection function will likely save you more than that amount in reclaimed hard drive space (not to mention time). The text enhancements will also thrill scrapbookers and the new Guided Edits are both practical and great learning tools. These features make an upgrade well worth the price tag.
Photoshop Elements 10 boosts power and creative spark
22 September 2011
Excerpt: (1 items) Over the years, Photoshop Elements has evolved from a de-featured version of its Photoshop CS cousin into a full-featured product on its own. In the brand new version 10, new features abound in the Editor as well as the Organizer, with a focus on enhanced creativity, mobile interconnectivity, problem solving, and simplicity. One of the signature features of Elements has been its Guided Edits.
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: 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.
Pros: Organiser good alternative to Bridge or Lightroom, 90 percent of Photoshop's power at not much more than 10 percent of the price, Elements is a great training ground
Cons: There are too many ways of doing the same things, Visual search feature unpredictable, Superficial enhancements only