Adobe Photoshop Elements 7 £22.27 delivered @ Morgan Computers
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Adobe Photoshop Elements 7 £22.27 delivered @ Morgan Computers

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Found 13th Mar 2010Made hot 14th Mar 2010
The best selling consumer photo-editing software, Adobe Photoshop Elements combines power and simplicity so you can make ordinary photos extraordinary; tell engaging stories in beautiful, personalized creations for print and the web; and easily find and view all your photos

Organize
See all of your photos in one convenient place, and find photos using visual keyword tags, text searches, and a variety of viewing options.

Edit
Enjoy a variety of quick and easy ways to get the results you want with your photos. Select and transform specific image areas with a single sweep of a brush, get whiter teeth or bluer skies in seconds, count on step-by-step editing assistance, and more.

Create
Enjoy creative options for sharing your photos in photo books, scrapbook pages, slide shows, photo e-mail, and more. Count on step-by-step assistance if you're just starting out, or feel free to experiment on your own.

Share
Once you've perfected your photos and creations, easily share them with family and friends. Display them in dynamic, customizable albums and maps on the web, and show them off on your TV, iPhone, and more.

System Requirements
2GHz processor
Windows XP or Vista
1GB RAM
1.5GB Hard disk space
16-bit colour video card
1,024x768 monitor
Microsoft DirectX 9 driver
CD-ROM drive
Internet Explorer 6 or
Firefox 1.5 for web features

Stock Status
New

29 Comments

Is this much better than version 5, what are the main differences?

pet2000;8099625

http://graphicssoft.about.com/od/pselements/ss/PSE7whatsnew.htm



Thanks for the link,convinces me the OEM disc of elements 6 I bought a while back is worth sticking with.

pet2000;8099625

http://graphicssoft.about.com/od/pselements/ss/PSE7whatsnew.htm



Thanks - seems that it isn't worth upgrading from 5 either!

I've got Photoshop Elements 2.0 :-D I purchased Paint Shop Pro X2 a few months back but I just don't like it as much as my trusty old edition of Photoshop Elements 2.0. Anyone know if this would be a decent upgrade or am I likely to find it a bit ott? I mainly just touch up a few photos and/or do stuff for fun.

Thanks for any advice.

spend the extra £100 and get full photoshop far, far better

or even better spend nothing and get paint.net

]Gimp is considered the best free alternative to Photoshop I think, and ]GimpShop is a version tailored to look like Photoshop to ease the transition. As a "light" Gimp user, I really would be interested to hear how it compares with this paid-for software.

wiplash;8100886

spend the extra £100 and get full photoshop far, far better



'full photoshop' costs £600, which if you can't count is more than an extra £100

wiplash;8100886

spend the extra £100 and get full photoshop far, far better



Not sure what you mean by 'better' - it's certainly more complex and much more expensive, but elements provides more functionality than most domestic users want or need anyway ( IMHO of course) so I can't see any reason to use full - blown Photoshop. As already pointed out GIMP / GIMPshop will do most everyday functions anyway.

Having said that this is a good price for PSE7 if you need the functionality.

edit : for that matter Picasa 3 provides a user friendly method of organising images and doing basic photo editing and is free as well.

Codify;8101076

'full photoshop' costs £600, which if you can't count is more than an … 'full photoshop' costs £600, which if you can't count is more than an extra £100



Surely if you "can't" count the difference may not be more than £100.:-)

Gimpshop annoys me so much. If only it wasn't made of 3 windows plus more windows for each document and instead was like PSP and Photoshop. It's so user unfriendly.

Artweaver is a good free alternative to Photoshop and feels much more similar to it than Gimpshop:

artweaver.de/hom…en/

It's what I use at home (I use Photoshop at work but can't afford to run it at home).

Does anyone know where I can get photoshop elements v 5 for mac? Anything later and it doesn't do what I want but can;t even find on ebay!

Dee140157;8102988

Does anyone know where I can get photoshop elements v 5 for mac? Anything … Does anyone know where I can get photoshop elements v 5 for mac? Anything later and it doesn't do what I want but can;t even find on ebay!



]It doesn't exist:thumbsup:

Get back to me when it's cheaper than isohunt do it for. Cheers

wiplash;8100886

spend the extra £100 and get full photoshop far, far better


you mean cs4 ? if so are you kidding thats about £900

Codify;8101076

'full photoshop' costs £600, which if you can't count is more than an … 'full photoshop' costs £600, which if you can't count is more than an extra £100


actually its £989.99 rrp for photoschop cs4 extended - the ultimate version

ive used photoshop extended cs3 and unless you are mega serious photographer or a pro imo it isnt worth it but its very powerful (er and daunting!!)

Bargain!! Ordered.

Good price heat added

Thanks OP been meaning to upgrade my version 3. Have some heat and rep :thumbsup:

Thanks. Ordered.

I couldn't justify v8 and this is a great price for v7.

Brilliant ... my PSE 4.0 is one of the small number of apps/games that had problems after moving from XP to win7 and seems like 7.0 is ok for win7 ... though Adobe refuse to confirm this and hope to bump people into an upgrade!

There's a useful round-up of features and compatability of paid and free image editors at en.wikipedia.org/wik…ors

Though they don't mention my fave, PhotoFiltre . It's got all the features I need, including dust removal from old scanned pics, but is so incredibly light - under 2mb - it works at speed on even an old PC or netbook. Unlike Photoshop, which arguably has too many options and too much learning to do for a casual user.

download.cnet.com/Pho…tml

Mine came this morning. Working fine on W7.

Now £19.99, just ordered a copy.

seems to be an oem version rather than retail....bit naughty

Thanks, ordered and heat added - just what I need to go with my new PC

Had mine a few days now and seems to work fine with win7 64bit.

Also its still available - email today warns its down to the "last 500". Excellent bargain
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