Hello Stunners I have been using a free software to process my pics and I'm very limited. I considering Adobe Photoshop Elements 14. I'm curious to know what others experience is with this software. I see so many amazing shots from members and wonder what they are using.
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P BenderP Bender
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Posted 27 October 2015 - 09:23 PMMy copy arrived today, but have not had the chance to use it yet. I will let you know in the next week what I think. Currently im doing my edits with lightroom, It handles the basis edits quite well.
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Posted 28 October 2015 - 02:04 AM
Elements is a lot of the raw photo-editing power of Photoshop without a lot of the more powerful visual effects and 3D stuff. Basically, the stuff you probably wouldn't care about anyway. It's still rather powerful in it's own right and not a bad app.
Though if you're considering stepping up to paid, the Photography bundle from Adobe is quite a deal. Given you get Lightroom and Photoshop for around $10/month. I spend more than that on lunch in SF...
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Posted 28 October 2015 - 03:27 AM
No reason to limit yourselves when you can get both LightRoom ( "easy to use" ) and Photoshop ( learn-able, unlimited power ) with $8.99/month.
The "Elements" version is as good as most free graphics editing applications on the web.
I'd stay off it.
You want something free and capable ? Use GIMP.
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