Reviews and Problems with Adobe Photoshop Elements 12
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10 January 2014
Excerpt: Adobe Photoshop Elements, the consumer sibling of Photoshop, is a photo editing powerhouse. You can take care of standard photo edits and alterations as well as take your creativity to a new level through guided (and freestyle) creative actions. Furthermore, you have the option of easily printing and creating finished products such as calendars and cards via Shutterfly through the Organizer. What is Elements?
Conclusion: So, to fairly "rate" Photoshop Elements, one needs to look at both expectations and planned purposes the users expects to do with the software. For the person who has never worked with Photoshop before and is looking for some easy quick ways to both improve the overall quality of their images and perhaps take advantage of some of the special tricks and embellishments that one can do with Photoshop Elements, they will love PSE.
Photoshop Elements 12 review: Mobile albums and content-aware tools dominate new release
23 September 2013
Conclusion: Family memoirists will love the Restore Old Photos guided edit, while the Auto Smart Tone feature saves time for the snap-happy. Fixing a pet’s eyes and repositioning items in a photo is highly useful, and the former is unique to this program. iPhonography fans will dig the mobile albums, and scrapbookers will adore Effects, Frames, and Textures.
Pros: Mobile albums and easy photo sharing, Instagram-style effects, Useful new guided edits, Content-Aware Move tool now included, Straighten tool fills transparent edges with Content-Aware Fill, Pet-eye correction, Intuitive lighting and contrast correction with Auto Smart Tone
Cons: Reset and Undo buttons in Quick Edit mode’s Effects, Textures, or Frames panels can be confusing
Excerpt: Photoshop Elements 12 keeps to the two-pronged workflow – importing, sort and view image files in the Organizer, with the Photo Editor for manipulating and enhancing images, including RAW formats.
One-shot adjustments, textures and frames, mobile albums, enhanced social media, auto smart tone, Adobe Camera RAW processing.
Pet Eye a good idea but not that great in practice, large space required for install, relatively expensive, no GPU acceleration, no Retina Display support
Adobe Photoshop Elements 12 review - Update brings extra effects, frames and filters as well as content-aware tool from Photoshop CC
14 October 2013
Excerpt: Photoshop Elements 12 Editor - the main photo-editing interface - still provides access to the tools that were present in the software previously, such as exposure, levels, colour, balance and sharpness adjustments, cropping tools, the ability to add text, teeth whitening and red-eye removal.
Effects, textures and frames add fun ways to edit photos, new features such as Content-Aware Move and Pet Eye are frequently useful, new Guided Edits are impressive, ability to open most images in Camera Raw, added mobile features means access to photos everywhere.
Some textures, frames and Guided Edits are gimmicky, interface is clumsy and not intuitive, Revel feature costly if more than 50 photos is required, Auto Smart Tone results aren't great, quite pricey considering cheaper alternatives are available
Photoshop Elements 12 review: mobile albums and content-aware tools dominate new release
28 September 2013
Excerpt: Mobile albums and easy photo sharing; Instagram-style effects; useful new guided edits; Content-Aware Move tool now included; straighten tool fills transparent edges with Content-Aware Fill; pet-eye correction; intuitive lighting and contrast correction with Auto Smart Tone
Pros: Mobile albums and easy photo sharing; Instagram-style effects; useful new guided edits; Content-Aware Move tool now included; straighten tool fills transparent edges with Content-Aware Fill; pet-eye correction; intuitive lighting and contrast correction with Auto Smart Tone
Cons: Reset and Undo buttons in Quick Edit mode’s Effects, Textures or Frames panels can be confusing
Conclusion: Adobe claims Photoshop Elements is the number consumer photo editing software, and it does deserve this success. Sometimes it seems as if the successive versions follow just a little too quickly on the heels of the one before, and the changes are incremental rather that revolutionary, but this time the combination of new editing tools and the support for mobile devices does feel like a significant and important step forward.
Summary: Elements såldes från början som en bantad version av Photoshop, men med nya version 12 visar Adobe att det fortfarande är inget mindre än ett enastående bra bildbehandlingsprogram till ett rimligt pris.