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  • Before you decide where to put your hard earned money, you should go through the functionality of Adobe Photoshop, Photoshop Elements and Lightroom and decide what is important for your daily work. If all you need is basic photo editing, Lightroom is the way to go (see our article for more info). If you need more advanced editing and fine tuning of your images, whether it is working with multiple layers, adding text, advanced removal of unwanted objects or , Elements would nicely complement Lightroom. If you need advanced tools, availability of many great third party plugins and a slew of other functionality with practically limitless possibilities, Photoshop is the way to go instead of Elements.

    Before you decide where to put your hard earned money, you should go through the functionality of Adobe Photoshop, Photoshop Elements and Lightroom and decide what is important for your daily work. If all you need is basic photo editing, Lightroom is the way to go (see our article for more info). If you need more advanced editing and fine tuning of your images, whether it is working with multiple layers, adding text, advanced removal of unwanted objects or , Elements would nicely complement Lightroom. If you need advanced tools, availability of many great third party plugins and a slew of other functionality with practically limitless possibilities, Photoshop is the way to go instead of Elements.

  • User interface is a different story with Photoshop Elements. While anyone familiar with regular Photoshop layout will probably feel right at home, new users will also find the controls more friendly and easy to understand, because of the three simple edit modes available. You’ll be choosing one over the other depending on your knowledge of tools and how much you want to edit your images. Let’s start with the simplest one and then discuss those intended for more advanced post-processing.

    User interface is a different story with Photoshop Elements. While anyone familiar with regular Photoshop layout will probably feel right at home, new users will also find the controls more friendly and easy to understand, because of the three simple edit modes available. You’ll be choosing one over the other depending on your knowledge of tools and how much you want to edit your images. Let’s start with the simplest one and then discuss those intended for more advanced post-processing.

    Todas as versões de Adobe Photoshop Elements
    Versão Licença Idioma Sistema operacional
    Adobe Photoshop Elements 13 09/10/14 Teste Alemão
    • Mac OS X

  • All versions of Adobe Photoshop Elements
    Version License Language O.S.
    Adobe Photoshop Elements 13 25/09/14 Trial version English
    • Windows 7
    • Windows 8
    • Windows 8.1
    Adobe Photoshop Elements 5.0 19/06/13 Trial version English
    • Windows 7
    • Windows 8
    • Windows 8.1

    Even though Photoshop Elements is a simplified version of full-fledged Photoshop, it’s still a very powerful piece of software and is likely to suit the needs of both beginners and aspiring amateurs. It combines user-friendly interface with a very large amount of tools available. Obviously, I was only able to cover a small portion of all that’s possible focusing on the simple and quick adjustments – we didn’t even get to Layers, let alone catalog-based Elements Organizer. But, hopefully, you found this article useful in your choice of Photoshop versus Photoshop Elements for your post-processing needs.

Скриншот (картинка) к Adobe Photoshop Elements 11:

Back on the Elements side of the equation, Photoshop Elements 10 has a slightly darker outer window, with a slightly lighter shade of grey on its tools pallets. It looks much the same as previous versions of Photoshop Elements, with slightly less bright colors than before. Now, we'll have to see if PSE 11 has the interface color options of Photoshop CS6, or if it inherits an "all-new" light grey interface previously seen in CS5...