Photoshop CS

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David_Jadhon
Sep 1, 2004
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I’m tempted to accept the offer for $299. Can anyone give a concise pros/cons of CS to Elements 2.0?

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Jim_Hess
Sep 1, 2004
Photoshop has a number of features native to it that can be added to Photoshop Elements by purchasing or locating some free add-ins. Some of the features in Photoshop CS that I like are:

Shadow/highlight adjustment for correcting contrast problems. Healing brush.
A series of photographic filter effects such as warming, cooling, etc. A curves adjustment layer that can be modified.
Ability to work with channels.
16-bit editing capabilities.
RAW support.
Additional adjustment layer types.
Ability to create actions natively.

ImageReady is included with Photoshop. It is a program designed primarily for working with images for the Web. I have never used it in the three versions of Photoshop that I have used. But it is there for those who know how to use it and who need it. There are a host of other features that I cannot readily think a lot of at the moment. I really like Photoshop CS, but since it appears that there is going to be a new version of Photoshop Elements soon, I wonder if it wouldn’t be wise to wait and see what it has to offer unless you feel you really have a need for some of the features.

I use Photoshop Elements at work, and Photoshop CS at home. Although I find the additional tools in Photoshop to be very powerful and in some cases real Time savers, I find that I can still get very good results with Photoshop Elements.
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danicocariu
Nov 16, 2012
miercuri, 1 septembrie 2004, 19:31:04 UTC+3, a scris:
I’m tempted to accept the offer for $299. Can anyone give a concise pros/cons of CS to Elements 2.0?

You should try to get more than one offer and then decide if to buy. http://smokebrushesforphotoshopcs5.blogspot.com

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