Adobe Photoshop Elements 15 (PC/Mac) £39.99 Amazon Deal of The Day
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Adobe Photoshop Elements 15 (PC/Mac) £39.99 Amazon Deal of The Day

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Found 23rd May 2017
Buy Adobe Photoshop Elements 15 and capture the moment now, perfect the photo later. Order now for Adobe Photoshop elements 15 for Mac/PC and get Adobe Photoshop 15 elements right away.
Adobe Photoshop Software help to Organize — It’s easier than ever to find photos by the people in them, the places they were taken and the events they depict.
Edit — Make any snapshot extra-special with everything from one-click fixes to artistic looks.
Create — Surround yourself with your memories by creating beautiful collages, slideshows, calendars, scrapbook pages, and cards.
Fix photos by the batch - Edit a batch of photos at one time.
Share — Share with friends and family the way that works for you—Facebook, YouTube, Vimeo, Twitter, and more.
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Original Poster
Best price yet:
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Edited by: "Newbold" 23rd May 2017
Will I be able to remove a person from photo with this?
rhinopaul

Will I be able to remove a person from photo with this?


The box doesn't hurt much - think about using a hitman instead.
biggrub

The box doesn't hurt much - think about using a hitman instead.


£10k for a hitman vs £39, there's always a spoon to fall back on.
this is very tempting, is there much of an improvement on elements 14?
ratsdomino

this is very tempting, is there much of an improvement on elements 14?



Not usually, but Adobe never releases bug fix updates of the Elements products, so buying the new version is the only way to get fixes (plus new-and-improved bugs). I used to buy every even version, until realising I mostly used the organiser (which is rather slow) and so moved to Lightroom.
Great time for me to upgrade from v.9 methinks.
Can this be used on more than one PC please?
My OH might want it too.
Original Poster
I suppose, to argue against the deal I posted, there are full versions of Adobe Photoshop CS6 extended full version (far more comprehensive than this stripped down version) for less money on eBay - and some of them look to be genuine, from sellers with a solid 100% feedback.

Or is this ridiculously naive?
I'd say naive. And why bother with photoshop anyway, youll never use half the features. Just willie waving. Over rated, over here and over priced. And dont start on their subscription model, are prices not going/gone up recently?
Newbold

I suppose, to argue against the deal I posted, there are full versions of … I suppose, to argue against the deal I posted, there are full versions of Adobe Photoshop CS6 extended full version (far more comprehensive than this stripped down version) for less money on eBay - and some of them look to be genuine, from sellers with a solid 100% feedback.Or is this ridiculously naive?



i purchased indesign from a seller and had to do a few jumps threw hoops to install (turning off wifi) but it worked fine and I have a fully fledged working version for under £20, so i would imagine the photoshop program is the same. I might buy that and illustrator to boot! if only my laptop was speedy enough to run them all
ratsdomino

i purchased indesign from a seller and had to do a few jumps threw hoops … i purchased indesign from a seller and had to do a few jumps threw hoops to install (turning off wifi) but it worked fine and I have a fully fledged working version for under £20, so i would imagine the photoshop program is the same. I might buy that and illustrator to boot! if only my laptop was speedy enough to run them all


if you had to turn off wifi then it was probably bypassing adobe licensing checks
Decided to order.
Noticed its says "Order now for Adobe Photoshop elements 15 for Mac/PC and get Adobe Photoshop 15 elements right away."
That gives me the impression you get an instant download as well but nothing happened.
airdsuk

I'd say naive. And why bother with photoshop anyway, youll never use half … I'd say naive. And why bother with photoshop anyway, youll never use half the features. Just willie waving. Over rated, over here and over priced. And dont start on their subscription model, are prices not going/gone up recently?


Yes - at least try gimp first, without needing to shell out a penny.
pibpob

Yes - at least try gimp first, without needing to shell out a penny.


gimp is painful to use if you are used to using pretty much anything else
brilly

gimp is painful to use if you are used to using pretty much anything else


As it's free to download and free to use, probably best to let the user decide...
Any cheap way to get lightroom?
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