Adobe Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements 11 Bundle @ Amazon for £49.99
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Adobe Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements 11 Bundle @ Amazon for £49.99

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Found 21st Nov 2012
Version 10 came down to this price but I think this is the first time 11 has come down, Only released in October so good deal in my eyes. Yes there are free programs you can get but I personally like the Adobe software and I hope this helps others. Usual jargon can be found on the Amazon page.

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Reading the heading it does look like one is getting Photoshop and Premiere elements whereas of course it is actually Photoshop elements not the full Photoshop.

Never the less apart from my nit picking it is a good deal and for 99.99% and of people Photoshop elements will do the job perfectly.

heat added.
Yes, incorrect title!
There was no CS# so I don't know how you thought that, logic would say you were getting photoshop 11, as CS is only up to 6 this would have to be elements. This is the problem with this place, you try and help and people just moan.
Is this an add on for PS or is it an editing suite in its own right.
Bought number 10 a few month ago and it annoys me when I've got to pay this much for a little upgrade lol, it's why people end up pirating because they ask too much money
Good Spot OP - "Special" upgrade price from Adobe is around £63 for Photoshop Elements alone, and you get Premier Elements with this too. Ordered.

Have some heat.

Many thanks, White.
'Photoshop ELEMENTS' is the cut down version of 'Photoshop CSx' - £50 vs £500 - was only created to block competitors like PaintShop Pro etc.
holdav

There was no CS# so I don't know how you thought that, logic would say … There was no CS# so I don't know how you thought that, logic would say you were getting photoshop 11, as CS is only up to 6 this would have to be elements. This is the problem with this place, you try and help and people just moan.



Actually I wasn't moaning, I merely stated that your title (now corrected) made it look like it was Photoshop rather than Elements, I was trying to help you and I did admit that I was nit picking.

I also gave you heat!!
Groovii D

Is this an add on for PS or is it an editing suite in its own right.



If you have never used the full version of Photoshop you will find 99.99% of what you need of Photoshop in Photoshop Elements.

As you suggest it is a full editing suite.
Hot! You can't complain at this price and CS versions have more features for professionals.. But the elements are brilliant! Great find OP!
Shame no physical manuals provided.
This sounds great.

Do I pay Amazon UK directly, or should I transfer £50 to their offshore account in Bermuda...?

;-)

I have elements version 5. Is it worth upgrading?. What are the new features?.
Thanks
Is Premiere good for editing stuff like recorded game vids for YouTube?
Looks like a good deal. I don't normally do much creative work on my photos, the odd bit of cropping but not much else. Maybe it's time to start!
theybrokemywatch

Is Premiere good for editing stuff like recorded game vids for YouTube?

. You could possibly download the trial from Adobe first before buying and try it out?
nilrem

If you have never used the full version of Photoshop you will find 99.99% … If you have never used the full version of Photoshop you will find 99.99% of what you need of Photoshop in Photoshop Elements. :)As you suggest it is a full editing suite.



This makes me not so sure - I've used quite a few of these features in the full version:

graphicssoft.about.com/cs/…htm
**** I just bought the S&T edition for £85 off the Adobe website. Argh!
theybrokemywatch

Is Premiere good for editing stuff like recorded game vids for YouTube?



I tried Prem Elements just for the camera stabilising feature (which is crap) and i think I also tried some HD PVR caps and it didn't display them properly - something i found with other soft i tried. this was a good while ago so iffy memory. I did find something ( a converter) by Boilsoft that did display video properly and did convert it to a type I could easily edit.
Edited by: "Meathotukdeals" 21st Nov 2012
fazmk

. You could possibly download the trial from Adobe first before buying … . You could possibly download the trial from Adobe first before buying and try it out?


A plan so cunning you could hang a tail on it and call it a weasel...cheers!
nilrem

Reading the heading it does look like one is getting Photoshop and … Reading the heading it does look like one is getting Photoshop and Premiere elements whereas of course it is actually Photoshop elements not the full Photoshop.Never the less apart from my nit picking it is a good deal and for 99.99% and of people Photoshop elements will do the job perfectly.heat added.



if this deal was full Photoshop for £50 it would be 90000000000000000000000 degrees, which would be a slight clue


holdav

There was no CS# so I don't know how you thought that, logic would say … There was no CS# so I don't know how you thought that, logic would say you were getting photoshop 11, as CS is only up to 6 this would have to be elements. This is the problem with this place, you try and help and people just moan.

holdav

There was no CS# so I don't know how you thought that, logic would say … There was no CS# so I don't know how you thought that, logic would say you were getting photoshop 11, as CS is only up to 6 this would have to be elements. This is the problem with this place, you try and help and people just moan.




I reported the title to the mods for correction, as it was misleading end of.
Personally I think this is still overpriced, adobe are far to greedy when setting the prices of their software then they wonder why so many people use pirated versions of their software. Set sensible prices then people might pay.
Oh no! That's put a spanner in the works. I was going to buy Apature (in conjunction with iphoto) for my Mac, now this is on offer. I used to have version 4 for the PC, and quite liked it. What should I do?

Hot deal!
earwolfigz

if this deal was full Photoshop for £50 it would be … if this deal was full Photoshop for £50 it would be 90000000000000000000000 degrees, which would be a slight clue



Well of course I know that! But surely it does no harm at all to simply add the word Elements to the title for the benefit of people who might be confused.

In the rare event that I have posted a deal I have been more than happy when someone has pointed out an advantage in correcting anything that I have posted in the title or description!

I don't understand why people are making such an issue of my comment; when it was designed to help the OP!
beltabry

Personally I think this is still overpriced, adobe are far to greedy when … Personally I think this is still overpriced, adobe are far to greedy when setting the prices of their software then they wonder why so many people use pirated versions of their software. Set sensible prices then people might pay.



Actually IMHO £50 is a decent price for just Photoshop elements on it's own, it is a pretty powerful piece of software and will do most of what Photoshop (full) does.
theybrokemywatch

Is Premiere good for editing stuff like recorded game vids for YouTube?



Absolutely, Premiere element is more than capable for that...you can even cut some very decent home-made movies with it
You could always try 'GIMP' instead:- GNU Image Manipulation Program

Although I do also have Photoshop as well.
Hot from me, I'm very tempted to buy this over Aperture (I have a Mac, and have been looking for some decent software – as a beginner) unless anyway could tell me otherwise?
Plumbboy55

Oh no! That's put a spanner in the works. I was going to buy Apature (in … Oh no! That's put a spanner in the works. I was going to buy Apature (in conjunction with iphoto) for my Mac, now this is on offer. I used to have version 4 for the PC, and quite liked it. What should I do?Hot deal!



Aperture is comparable with Adobe Lightroom (I.E. mainly a cataloging program) and not Photoshop Elements.

Elements and Aperture are tottaly different types of program.
Edited by: "paulj48" 22nd Nov 2012
paulj48

Aperture is comparable with Adobe Lightroom (I.E. mainly a cataloging … Aperture is comparable with Adobe Lightroom (I.E. mainly a cataloging program) and not Photoshop Elements.Elements and Aperture are tottaly different types of program.



Hi Paul,

You seems to know a bit more of both Elements and LR.

Can I ask what's the main diff comparing elements with LR? Watched a podcast yesterday demo-ing the new Elements and dam.. looks cool

Thanks...
Elements is an image editing program, whilst LR is a image management program with some limited image editing capabilities, how limited is dependant on you're needs.

I personally use Aperture (and Iphoto) as I have a Mac, and if I need more image editing tools I use an App called Pixelmator.

Depending on your needs and the fact you have a Mac can I suggest you try Iphoto and download a trial of Pixelmator and see if you then have all the tools you need, if you decide to buy it its only £15 as well.

You could also download trials of LR and Elements.


Edited by: "paulj48" 22nd Nov 2012
paulj48

Elements is an image editing program, whilst LR is a image management … Elements is an image editing program, whilst LR is a image management program with some limited image editing capabilities, how limited is dependant on you're needs.I personally use Aperture (and Iphoto) as I have a Mac, and if I need more image editing tools I use an App called Pixelmator.Depending on your needs and the fact you have a Mac can I suggest you try Iphoto and download a trial of Pixelmator and see if you then have all the tools you need, if you decide to buy it its only £15 as well.You could also download trials of LR and Elements.



Thanks Paul.. Indeed I've been using iPhoto for a while but with photo collection up to 15k and counting (mpstly jpg though), i was thinking whether LR can help. iPhoto use up lots of space "duplicating" the image library and when I recently reformatted my Mac, it started giving me crazy problems.

But most likely I will stick which this Elements promo as I've started shooting videos more regularly and continue using Canon's DPP and maybe iPhoto as well.

Cheers...
paulj48

Elements is an image editing program, whilst LR is a image management … Elements is an image editing program, whilst LR is a image management program with some limited image editing capabilities, how limited is dependant on you're needs.I personally use Aperture (and Iphoto) as I have a Mac, and if I need more image editing tools I use an App called Pixelmator.Depending on your needs and the fact you have a Mac can I suggest you try Iphoto and download a trial of Pixelmator and see if you then have all the tools you need, if you decide to buy it its only £15 as well.You could also download trials of LR and Elements.



Thanks for your suggestions Paul, I will take a look at Pixelmator when i get home. I just want to be able to remove things from photos, change colours and do general editing.
Mickyduff

Thanks for your suggestions Paul, I will take a look at Pixelmator when i … Thanks for your suggestions Paul, I will take a look at Pixelmator when i get home. I just want to be able to remove things from photos, change colours and do general editing.



GIMP........give it a try !
Good package. No heat though.

Cheaper at PCWorld though and quidco

pcworld.co.uk/gbu…tml
Now it's £44.99, with the £10 gift certificate for fashion-what a deal!
brs98

Now it's £44.99, with the £10 gift certificate for fashion-what a deal!



Still £49 for me on Amazon - a 99p drop !
LazyDonkey

Still £49 for me on Amazon - a 99p drop !



Yea, that's a strange one, I have the receipt for £44.99 and now I click it's back up to £49
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