Reviews and Problems with Adobe Photoshop Elements
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Adobe Photoshop Elements 13 Review: An App to Grow Your Skills
30 January 2015
Summary: Photoshop Elements 13 is an excellent, highly accessible, yet powerful consumer photo-editing program with only a few annoyances. For the vast majority of users, Elements is a far better choice than the more-complex Photoshop CC or the less-robust Corel PaintShop Pro X7.
Pros: Intuitive, effective file handling and management; quick and generally accurate face recognition; Guided Edits mode is a fun way to learn advanced processes; Expert mode offers a wide range of commands and tools.
Cons: Managing folders of pictures not as easy as it could be; No autocomplete suggestions when tagging photos with names; Guided Edits often don't have Undo or Redo options.
Summary: Digital photographers who need an extensive feature set to edit, manage and share their photos. It is one of the best products in the market, but you have to be ready to invest the time to learn the product and make sure you have a reasonably powerful computer.
Adobe Photoshop Elements 9: It Might Be All You Need For Image Editing
9 August 2011
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.
Excerpt: Adobe Photoshop Elements 8 & Premiere Elements 8 remain the most interesting combination of products, in one bundle, for home consumers, hobbyists and even some professional digital photographers and digital videographers.
Pros: The new, integrated Organizer is reason enough, on its own, to purchase Adobe Photoshop Elements 8 & Premiere Elements 8 or upgrade from v7. Auto-Analyze isn't perfect, but it's extremely useful and a massive time saver. There seems to be a ton of new, high quality clip art supplied in this versi...
Cons: There are quite a few tutorials which aren't available to basic users because they're hidden behind the Adobe Photoshop Elements 8 & Premiere Elements 8 Plus online membership wall. Our view is that this sort of pay wall is just not going to get the positive reaction Adobe wants from the newest u...
Excerpt: Not everyone who's getting serious about image editing wants to spend $700 on software, at least not right away. That's where Adobe's $100 Photoshop Elements steps in. Still the best place for beginners to start, it will help you learn Photoshop basics such as Layers, Adjustment Layers, and...
Update adds text search, Scene Cleaner and other features
Consumer Electronics Net
6 November 2008
Excerpt: When an application matures, programmers tend to focus on features that are new and different, while maintaining the core strength of what the application does. Usually it comes in the form of a revamped interface combined with new features that prove useful.
Version 6 adds a more professional GUI, feature set
Consumer Electronics Net
6 August 2008
Excerpt: Adobe Photoshop Elements 6 for Mac is a much-needed and welcomed update. A much better graphical user interface (GUI), powerful tools, and much more, all add up to the best version of Photoshop Elements for Mac yet. When I do a review, I try to use the product in a real-world situation.