Adobe Photoshop and Premiere Elements 2020 @ John Lewis for £89.95
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Adobe Photoshop and Premiere Elements 2020 @ John Lewis for £89.95

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Posted 18th May
Photo and Video Editing Software from Adobe. I have an old version and it is cheper to get this than upgrade. This is for the download version...if you want it on disk it is available from Amazon for £5 more. A saving of £40 apparently.
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I'd strongly recommend Affiny Photo instead. £25
And for video editing, Davinci Resolve is free.
Edited by: "chischis" 18th May
Affinity Photo is a fantastic alternative to the full version Photoshop and has more features that Photoshop Elements. Bring a modern well-designed programme many professional photographers prefer it saying it is faster, more powerful and easier to learn and to use although it works in a very similar way to Photoshop.

affinity.serif.com/en-…to/
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I'd strongly recommend Affiny Photo instead. £25
And for video editing, Davinci Resolve is free.
Edited by: "chischis" 18th May
It's photoshop elements and premier elements..
chischis18/05/2020 07:53

I'd strongly recommend Affiny Photo instead. £25And for video editing, …I'd strongly recommend Affiny Photo instead. £25And for video editing, Davinci Resolve is free.


If you are using iPad, try Procreate.
Been using Elements for years but like one of the other people said Affinity Photo is a great alternative which I purchased myself
Is this essentially photoshop and premiere Pro?
Jezamiah18/05/2020 09:55

Is this essentially photoshop and premiere Pro?


These are lite versions. Adobe may have a comparison chart.
Jezamiah18/05/2020 09:55

Is this essentially photoshop and premiere Pro?


Elements of them both. Not the full package but more than enough for the non professional
Affinity Photo is a fantastic alternative to the full version Photoshop and has more features that Photoshop Elements. Bring a modern well-designed programme many professional photographers prefer it saying it is faster, more powerful and easier to learn and to use although it works in a very similar way to Photoshop.

affinity.serif.com/en-…to/
For those recommending Affinity, a quick question - does anybody know if you can batch edit photos? What I want to do is select x number of pictures and apply adjustments (contrast/brightness, colour etc.) to all of them at the same time, rather than have to bring up each individual photo and apply the adjustments separately to each one. Similarly, would you also be able to automatically bulk save the revised files, or again would you need to save them individually?

I'm using a VERY old Photoshop which is ok (I don't do a lot of complex stuff, just basic editing), but I edit lots of photos (basic adjustments like stated above) and would love to find a way of doing what I want to save me LOADS of time.

Any ideas?
Phila419/05/2020 20:16

For those recommending Affinity, a quick question - does anybody know if …For those recommending Affinity, a quick question - does anybody know if you can batch edit photos? What I want to do is select x number of pictures and apply adjustments (contrast/brightness, colour etc.) to all of them at the same time, rather than have to bring up each individual photo and apply the adjustments separately to each one. Similarly, would you also be able to automatically bulk save the revised files, or again would you need to save them individually?I'm using a VERY old Photoshop which is ok (I don't do a lot of complex stuff, just basic editing), but I edit lots of photos (basic adjustments like stated above) and would love to find a way of doing what I want to save me LOADS of time.Any ideas?


Yes
affinity.help/pho…obs
colin7966619/05/2020 21:43

Yeshttps://affinity.help/photo/en-US.lproj/index.html?page=pages/Macros_Batch/batchjobs.html?title=Batch%20jobs



The more one delves, the more one discovers. Thanks for posting this!
Has affinity been on offer for a while at £23.99 ?

Reading suggests you can expect updates for two years, so wondering if they got a new release coming up
chischis18/05/2020 07:53

I'd strongly recommend Affiny Photo instead. £25And for video editing, …I'd strongly recommend Affiny Photo instead. £25And for video editing, Davinci Resolve is free.


Davinci Resolve needs a high spec hardware. My XPS 15 (i7-9750H, 16 GB RAM, 4 GB video card) sometimes struggles
CaptainSlog18/05/2020 13:03

Affinity Photo is a fantastic alternative to the full version Photoshop …Affinity Photo is a fantastic alternative to the full version Photoshop and has more features that Photoshop Elements. Bring a modern well-designed programme many professional photographers prefer it saying it is faster, more powerful and easier to learn and to use although it works in a very similar way to Photoshop. https://affinity.serif.com/en-gb/photo/


Last time I tried, it was so buggy. I decided to stick with Photoshop and Lightroom
colin7966619/05/2020 21:43

Yeshttps://affinity.help/photo/en-US.lproj/index.html?page=pages/Macros_Batch/batchjobs.html?title=Batch%20jobs



Thank you!
chischis18/05/2020 07:53

I'd strongly recommend Affiny Photo instead. £25And for video editing, …I'd strongly recommend Affiny Photo instead. £25And for video editing, Davinci Resolve is free.


Highly recommend this. I got an older version of photoshop and premiere elements for only £40 on a lightning deal.

After wasting a few hours on it realised I'd just thrown my money away. They're just so dumbed down and limited, Premiere was particularly awful.

Affinity Photo is a lot closer to a full fat Photoshop experience.
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