Adobe PS E6 or CS


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doodle

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Hi,

Am planning to get software to do photo editting. I'm wondering if the PS elements 6 comes with layers and masks or not, otherwise has to pay more for CS..
Anyone can advise?

thanks!
Doodle
 

log1t3ch

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Hi,

Am planning to get software to do photo editting. I'm wondering if the PS elements 6 comes with layers and masks or not, otherwise has to pay more for CS..
Anyone can advise?

thanks!
Doodle
just go and download it off teh net for free
 

outofmind

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hi, would liek to ask, which is better for photo editing?
like, what's the biggest difference between the 2 programs
 

photobum

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hi, would liek to ask, which is better for photo editing?
like, what's the biggest difference between the 2 programs
It is Adobe Photoshop CS3 without doubt. The biggest difference between PSCS3 and PSE6 are:
  • CMYK and LAB color modes
  • Advanced Color to B&W conversion
  • More tools and features that work with high-bit (16-bit and 32-bit) images
  • Combine multiple exposures to create high dynamic range (HDR) images
  • Channels Palette
  • Recording custom Actions (for batch processing)
  • Adjustments: Color Balance, Match Color
  • Layer Masks, Layer Comps, and Quick Mask mode
  • Smart Objects, Smart Guides
  • Healing Brush and Cloning Tools
  • Lens Blur Filter
  • Vanishing Point Tool
  • Pen tool and paths palette
  • Some adjustment layers (curves, color balance, selective color, channel mixer)
  • Editing History Log
  • Text on a path, advanced text formatting
  • Advanced Layer Style manipulation
  • Advanced Color Management
  • Advanced Web features
  • Adobe Bridge Image Management
  • Customizable tool presets, keyboard shortcuts, and menus
  • In the features and tools that are shared, the Photoshop version usually offers more advanced options for fine tuning and control.
PSE6 also offers some features that are not available in PSCS3 such as:
  • Cookie cutter tool
  • Drop in frames, backgrounds, and artwork
  • An automatic red eye removal, Quick Fix mode
  • The Photo Organizer (available only in the Windows version) which lets you organize your photos with tags, then search and share them The Organizer also offers several types of creations for sharing your photos in slide shows, video CDs, cards, email, calendars, Web galleries, and photo books.
 

theRBK

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of course, there is also a price difference of just under $1000... is the difference in features worth it is up to the individual... :)
 

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