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  • Photoshop from Elements 11

    Can someone tell latest version of Photoshop. there are CC versions which I think are cloud use and do they require internet connection. And are CS versions on the computer and don't need internet connections. Or is Elements 11 good enough without upgrading to a full photoshop ???

  • #2
    Re: Photoshop from Elements 11

    Hi Dezzy, are you asking because you already have Elements 11? If so, how long have you had it, and what kind of work do you do on it?

    Elements is a wonderful program. Yes, not as feature-rich as Photoshop of course, but capable of immensely powerful editing all the same.

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    • #3
      Re: Photoshop from Elements 11

      Originally posted by Damo77 View Post
      Hi Dezzy, are you asking because you already have Elements 11? If so, how long have you had it, and what kind of work do you do on it?

      Elements is a wonderful program. Yes, not as feature-rich as Photoshop of course, but capable of immensely powerful editing all the same.
      I agree, tell us more about what you have now and what you are expecting.
      - Elements 11 was a major upgrade (with some glitches...) but we are already at Elements 15.
      - Yes, Elements is a wonderful software with the 20% full Photoshop features that solve 80% or much more of your real needs. With less features, you have to be smarter... that's such an interesting challenge!
      - Elements is always a perpetual license system, not a subscription plan like the Cloud version. The other side of that choice is to decide if you want to upgrade every year, every two or three years... For most people staying with Elements or moving to the cloud option with Lightroom and CC is an easy decision. For others, they have to assess their real needs, not their dreams.

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      • #4
        Re: Photoshop from Elements 11

        Thanks or the information on Elements 11. I am using it to get the fundamentals of photo manipulation before I invest on the top programs. So much to learn. Thanks.

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        • #5
          Re: Photoshop from Elements 11

          Originally posted by Dezzy View Post
          Thanks or the information on Elements 11. I am using it to get the fundamentals of photo manipulation before I invest on the top programs. So much to learn. Thanks.
          This is a really good idea. You're doing the right thing. Learn to rock Elements, and you'll be unstoppable.

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          • #6
            Re: Photoshop from Elements 11

            Originally posted by Damo77 View Post
            This is a really good idea. You're doing the right thing. Learn to rock Elements, and you'll be unstoppable.
            Thanks I'll do that, but will be following all the advice I read here on retouch. Also following the tutorials. Have to improvise when they use Photoshop. We all start from beginner.

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            • #7
              Re: Photoshop from Elements 11

              The good old-fashioned fundamentals of layers and masks are the same. Get them in place, and you'll go far.

              All the best!

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              • #8
                Re: Photoshop from Elements 11

                Originally posted by Damo77 View Post
                The good old-fashioned fundamentals of layers and masks are the same. Get them in place, and you'll go far.

                All the best!
                Thanks, I've done some layer work. Just read about Masks and that makes a lot of sense.

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                • #9
                  Why is everyone crazy about Photoshop? It’s so difficult software that some functions remain unclear for me even after years of using it. Nowadays there are so many easy-to-use alternatives to Photoshop. For instance, recently I’ve found picture colorer. Its interface allows me to do vivid & deep photos in a matter of some minutes. Who can recommend any other programs for editing photos?
                  Color Splash effect is often used to emphasize color details and create a creative look. Find out how you can create Color Splash in Luminar.

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                  • #10
                    Luminar sounds too easy. Within a few minutes a complete color transformation. Photoshop enables so much editing that you admit you don't have a clear understanding of, does Luminar have all of those editing functions? Yes, there are many easy-to-use programs for some photo functions but they lack the full functions of Photoshop, well the few I've seen.

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