Reviews and Problems with Adobe Photoshop Elements 9
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Adobe Photoshop Elements 9 and Organizer
22 May 2011
Excerpt: The Good Special effects easy to create. Photoshop CS5 features infused into layer treatment. Scratch removal improvements. Improved removal of unwanted objects. Lasso and wand precision improved. Semi-automatic uploading to online services. Fun edits are actually fun. The Bad Does not include manual on the CD. Interface and dialogs not Macintosh interface. Must have or created Abode ID to register software. People Recognition average.
Pros: Special effects easy to create., Photoshop CS5 features infused into layer treatment., Scratch removal improvements., Improved removal of unwanted objects., Lasso and wand precision improved., Semi-automatic uploading to online services., Fun edits are actually fun.
Cons: Does not include manual on the CD., Interface and dialogs not Macintosh interface., Must have or created Abode ID to register software., People Recognition average. Identified objects and animals as faces., Style Matching needs more explanation., Uploading to online services did not work reliably., Organizer Interface unpopular vis-�-vis Bridge application., Organizer quit in Sharing mode., Must close Organizer and Elements separately.
Adobe Photoshop Elements 9: It Might Be All You Need For Image Editing
1 August 2009
Excerpt: Mention digital image editing and it’s likely that the first word you’ll hear is Photoshop. It’s become a general term, like Xerox. For many, the full-blown version of Photoshop (currently at CS5) is either overkill, with features that you’ll never need or use, or just too expensive. Adobe realizes this and has produced a more streamlined version for years.
Summary: While Adobe Photoshop rules the roost as far as high-end, professional graphic s is concerned, the company also has a more budget-orientated package with Photoshop Elements . The latest version of this graphic s product is Photoshop Elements 9.
Summary: The latest version of a popular and accomplished image editor for photo enthusiasts.Adobe's Photoshop Elements is now in its ninth edition and each version has provided incremental improvements on its predecessor. In Photoshop Elements 9, Mac users gain access to the Organiser cataloguing function, which Windows users have had since Elements 8, while users on both platforms benefit from additional functions and special effects. . .