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Photoshop Elements

Anyone use Photoshop Elements? I'm thinking this may be more than enough for the times I have to fix mistakes (mostly unavoidable in camera, some unfortunately not) in photos from events I shoot.

Thanks - Dave


  • I used to use it all the time Dave. It is a very capable program and usually handles most circumstances. With that said though, I use full photoshop CC because I can. LOL just kidding, its with my lightroom subscription so I use it. 

  • dbrunodbruno Member
    Thanks, Jay. I'm really just looking for item removals, stuff that unavoidably "happens" with events.

    Haven't heard from you in a bit. Been busy I'll bet?

  • Yup. I can't complain. I have been blessed with a busy year so far. Elements will serve you're purpose well for what you need it to do. I thought you used lightroom? Don't you get the cc subscription through adobe? which has photoshop + lightroom? 
  • dbrunodbruno Member
    Jay - I've got LR 5 on my computer, and don't do the subscription. I am thinking about looking into it in a couple of months. So far LR 5 has served me well, as this is just 3-4 gigs a month part time.

  • Gotcha Dave. Its definitely a good deal for what you get and the updates always support new cameras. With the said and off Adobe topic, I have been using ON1 photo raw 2018 more and more. I have really been enjoying that for my Fuji files. For how much it is, it really is worth it. Does everything I will ever need, so before you go all in with Adobe, give a look at the On1. Might be just the ticket you are looking for. 

  • yeah i used. how may i help you?
  • Thanks, Philip. The original post is from a while ago, so I think it was right befor I purchased it. But I now have the possibility of doing some real-estate work. I've seen taking multiple photos of a room and combining these photos as layers in Photoshop, but I can't figure out how to do it in Elements.

  • edited December 2020
    Some interesting info on here, good to read and some cool shots, thanks.
  • I have found a guy who has a bunch of tutorials on Elements: www.essential-photoshop-elements.com. Also, www.howtogurus.com is pretty OK as well.
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