Adobe Elements 13 (Photoshop Elements & Premiere Elements) £49 @ Amazon.co.uk (free delivery)
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Adobe Elements 13 (Photoshop Elements & Premiere Elements) £49 @ Amazon.co.uk (free delivery)

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Found 12th Apr 2015
The Elements version has nearly all of the features of Adobe Photoshop CC, but without an expensive subscription, and this is a permenant license - it will never expire!

Recent-ish deal was £40 for just photoshop elements, but this also includes the video editing software, Premiere Elements, for just £9 more.

Best price according to camelcamelcamel

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Original Poster

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That's cheap.

Balls. I got the £40 deal. While I don't video edit very often Premier would have been handy.

I'm a big fan of Photoshop.

is this a disk or can it be used on a tablet? thanks

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Pamela1977uk

is this a disk or can it be used on a tablet? thanks


The q & a on Amazon says it is a disk.

Pamela1977uk

is this a disk or can it be used on a tablet? thanks


Depends on tablet but does allow you to download it too. So you don't so much need the disk.

Brilliant price. I paid about 55.00 recently for Elements and Premiere 12!

Would anyone recommend this over Lightroom for a amateur photographer ? I can't decide...

Same price for the download if you prefer it that way.

Ordered, do it every year... the previous version sells for the same money on Ebay.. its a no brainer

Ordered thanks OP.

waaouh

Would anyone recommend this over Lightroom for a amateur photographer ? I … Would anyone recommend this over Lightroom for a amateur photographer ? I can't decide...



I also would like to know this, otherwise what is the cheapest way to get a recent Lightroom.

So do you put the disk in your computer and install the 2 programmes?

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madmario22

So do you put the disk in your computer and install the 2 programmes?



I believe there are two disks - one for windows and one for mac. Both programs are on each disk.

Place the disk in the computer, install, activate with the license key.

If the software I'd available for download from Adobe's website, you could probably install it on a windows tablet. Just open the installation file, install and activate with the license key.

Thanks:)

HOTPOT

I also would like to know this, otherwise what is the cheapest way to get … I also would like to know this, otherwise what is the cheapest way to get a recent Lightroom.



Lightroom is the more comprehensive application for digital camera workflow. Everything from cataloguing, to post processing, to printing. Many users of Lightroom use Photoshop Elements as a manipulating tool for stuff that Lightroom isn't really constructed to do. The two really work as a team.

If you have someone in the family who can qualify for educational pricing, you'll get Lightroom 5 for £55. If not, you'll be paying £100.

Flubit price for me came up at £44.44, so a great deal.

Was after Prem, thanks! Heated

Got 11 for £34 a year ago. Has virtually everything this has

Is the video editing software any good??

Just sold my Macbook Pro for which i've used Final Cut Pro X for the last few years.

Now using a Surface Pro 3 so need an alternative!

Would I be able to install on desktop PC AND on my Notebook too? Or just one licence for one machine only?

Anyone know it is worth upgrading 11 to this please?

TomBoyNI

Anyone know it is worth upgrading 11 to this please?


That depends on what you value, but the differences are visible here:

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I'm now thinking I might buy 11 for half this price instead - mostly after Premiere and the new stuff in 12 / 13 doesn't look that amazing. A few effects, tutorials and automation for £25 extra? Not worth it to me, but would be to some I imagine.

bells0

Is the video editing software any good??Just sold my Macbook Pro for … Is the video editing software any good??Just sold my Macbook Pro for which i've used Final Cut Pro X for the last few years.Now using a Surface Pro 3 so need an alternative!



Yes this is quite similar to FCP in many ways. I learnt on FCP and switched to Premiere Pro CS6 without too much trouble. There should be a free 30 day trial if you want to try before you buy.

Just bought my first tablet,ipad air2 64gb.For versatility would I be better installing onto that rather than my PC?.

Would it install on an ipad?? Be surprised if it would.

Why would anybody buy the upgrade at £83 !!??!!

Shifuho

Would I be able to install on desktop PC AND on my Notebook too? Or just … Would I be able to install on desktop PC AND on my Notebook too? Or just one licence for one machine only?


Yes, but you have to be the primary user, and they should not be used at on both systems at the same time.. IE you can't install in on your Desktop and your Wife/Husband/Childrens/Friends laptop.
Adobe would probably never be able to track it, but most of the new Adobe products check back to Adobe from time to time, so potentially the software can be disabled if they believe you have broken the rules.

dunwich

Just bought my first tablet,ipad air2 64gb.For versatility would I be … Just bought my first tablet,ipad air2 64gb.For versatility would I be better installing onto that rather than my PC?.



No, PC or Mac only, however there are Adobe "companion" apps in the Apple store, but they are more quick fixe tools than a comprehensive editing package.

friiza

That depends on what you value, but the differences are visible … That depends on what you value, but the differences are visible here:http://www.adobe.com/uk/products/photoshop-elements/buying-guide.htmlhttp://www.adobe.com/uk/products/premiere-elements/buying-guide.htmlI'm now thinking I might buy 11 for half this price instead - mostly after Premiere and the new stuff in 12 / 13 doesn't look that amazing. A few effects, tutorials and automation for £25 extra? Not worth it to me, but would be to some I imagine.



Adobe are awful at providing bug fixes for the Elements range - only seen them do it once for a show-stopper of an issue. So one reason for upgrading is to receive the latest bug fixes (and the latest bugs :-) ). I tend to buy a newer version once every four versions / years as by that point they have usually added something I might use.

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friiza

That depends on what you value, but the differences are visible … That depends on what you value, but the differences are visible here:http://www.adobe.com/uk/products/photoshop-elements/buying-guide.html http://www.adobe.com/uk/products/premiere-elements/buying-guide.htmlI'm now thinking I might buy 11 for half this price instead - mostly after Premiere and the new stuff in 12 / 13 doesn't look that amazing. A few effects, tutorials and automation for £25 extra? Not worth it to me, but would be to some I imagine.



Thanks.

HOTPOT

I also would like to know this, otherwise what is the cheapest way to get … I also would like to know this, otherwise what is the cheapest way to get a recent Lightroom.


Some of the online photography courses costing as little as £20, qualify for the Adobe educational discount (which if you are buying LR) more than pays for itself. Keep an eye on Groupon or Amazon Local for courses...
Edited by: "gari189" 13th Apr 2015

Cheers OP! Sent this to Flubit and got another 10% off.

Good to know. Thanks Garry !

waaouh

Good to know. Thanks Garry !


Image Academy and Institute of Photography (or it could be Photography institute) offer adobe educational discounts and whilst their courses are listed at £300-£500, Groupon or Amazon local offers usually appear with 95% off, so you can usually get them under £50 and the lowest I've seen is £19.

There are some courses listed here
local.amazon.co.uk/Nat…ses
but be careful which company you go with as only a few of them mention they qualify for Adobe educational discount.
Edited by: "gari189" 13th Apr 2015

Ask if your college or uni or even school can get it for you cheaper. Alot have bundles or student discounts available

I believe the main advantage of these versions is they now work as 64bit applications. Someone will correct me if I'm wrong. This should mean that while it's always worked on 32bit machines, they can now use more memory.

As for this or Lightroom. This for editing and Lightroom is more for organising with tweaking allowed.

Photoshop Elements is probably the more fun and user friendly of the 2.

Oneday77

I believe the main advantage of these versions is they now work as 64bit … I believe the main advantage of these versions is they now work as 64bit applications. Someone will correct me if I'm wrong. This should mean that while it's always worked on 32bit machines, they can now use more memory. As for this or Lightroom. This for editing and Lightroom is more for organising with tweaking allowed. Photoshop Elements is probably the more fun and user friendly of the 2.


Looks like Premiere Elements 11 will run as 64-bit on Windows 7/8 but Photoshop won't.

Adobe

Microsoft® Windows XP with Service Pack 2, Windows Media Center, Windows … Microsoft® Windows XP with Service Pack 2, Windows Media Center, Windows Vista® (all applications run native on 32-bit operating systems. They also run native in 32-bit compatibility mode on 64-bit operating systems). Windows 7, or Windows 8 (Adobe® Premiere® Elements Editor runs native on 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems. All other applications run native on 32-bit operating systems and in 32-bit compatibility mode on 64-bit operating systems).


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And if you're still on XP, looks like 13 isn't compatible
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Edited by: "friiza" 13th Apr 2015

friiza

I'm now thinking I might buy 11 for half this price instead



Please share, where can I get version 11 of this bundle for only £25?
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