Adobe Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements 12 Bundle Edition (PC/Mac), £34.99. Amazon UK
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Adobe Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements 12 Bundle Edition (PC/Mac), £34.99. Amazon UK

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Found 27th Nov 2013
For those who are looking for Photoshop deals on amazon. Grab the one-day offer.

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UPDATE: here is the Amazon One Day Deal page:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/feature.html/ref=amb_link_178588607_2?ie=UTF8&docId=1000766523&pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_s=center-sign-in&pf_rd_r=12JCRP9XB01W26FZ4RJ5&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_p=449843727&pf_rd_i=2754780031

Confirms it's the full edition, physical copy.

Also for people interested in raw photography, Lightroom 5 for PC/Mac is reduced to £72.99. Cheapest ever regular price on Amazon, but Adobe software often appears in lightning deals.

I'm sure its all fixed but now but just for the info
http://www.theverge.com/2013/10/29/5042434/adobe-cyberattack-takes-38-million-passwords-photoshop-source-code
Not just me that's thick then
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Incredibly good deal!

Gutted as I just paid $50 for just the elements on amazon.com

martin1372

Gutted as I just paid $50 for just the elements on amazon.com



does that not work out cheaper?

you_gotta_be_kidding

does that not work out cheaper?



not on my calculator... $50 is £30.83 for Ps Elements compared to £34.99 for Ps Elements and Pr Elements?

Good One !
Combined with the £5 Amazon vouchers the other day........

Nice

Heat added and ordered...

Also appears to be 7.5% cashback on software from Amazon through Quidco at the moment...

Cheers for posting OP....that's another 2 Christmas pressies sorted out....had been hoping this would appear on the Black Friday Deals as it has done for the past few years so was surprised to see it listed as a separate 1 day only deal...pretty relieved actually as saves having to sit at the computer waiting for it to appear and then having to frantically press add to basket repeatedly in the hope of actually getting it
Edited by: "tiggerloveslife" 27th Nov 2013

Original Poster

I was hoping that it will appear on Black Friday deals too. Glad that it helps others.

Good deal.
I have been looking at something like this, question though - How does it compare to Lightroom?
I am looking for someone decent software to play around with RAW images from my Sony NEX-6 camera.

With a staggering 3* review, you would be daft to not go for this over-priced software.

mboora

With a staggering 3* review, you would be daft to not go for this … With a staggering 3* review, you would be daft to not go for this over-priced software.



Yeah but you have steve jobs as your avatar... what would you know?

Edited by: "skgwho" 27th Nov 2013

Banned

Yet again, mboora commenting on something he has no idea about, but at least it's not yet a string of nonsensical questions from him.

This is a good deal, and that review was given by a muppet - and mboora obviously hasn't bothered to read it anyway or he'd understand why it was given 3 stars.

Cheers OP. Heat.

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mboora

With a staggering 3* review, you would be daft to not go for this … With a staggering 3* review, you would be daft to not go for this over-priced software.



£17.50 for each seems pretty reasonable
Edited by: "barkinglama" 27th Nov 2013

seems good price

starwarsclark

Good deal.I have been looking at something like this, question though - … Good deal.I have been looking at something like this, question though - How does it compare to Lightroom?I am looking for someone decent software to play around with RAW images from my Sony NEX-6 camera.



Lightroom is superb and as well as being a great database, it is a procedural programme - it doesn't affect the pixels in a photograph, it remembers the position of various sliders that control e.g. exposure, saturation and when you output the photo to e.g. printer or screen it applies those settings.

Photoshop and Photoshop Elements can use their Adobe Camera Raw processes to do similar to Lightroom plus they can adjust the actual pixels, e.g. to composite images. The database on Ps Elements is good too. Premiere Elements is quite a nice package for simple up to intermediate video editing too.

Here's a couple of links that might help you decide if you want to go Lightroom route, or whether Ps Elements might be good for you. Heck, you could always get Ps Elements/Pr Elements and then get Lightroom too later on - they work well together.

Hope that helps a bit!

Thanks for posting. Got this. Bargain with the voucher from the other day and free postage. Heat.

susieqt

Lightroom is superb and as well as being a great database, it is a … Lightroom is superb and as well as being a great database, it is a procedural programme - it doesn't affect the pixels in a photograph, it remembers the position of various sliders that control e.g. exposure, saturation and when you output the photo to e.g. printer or screen it applies those settings.Photoshop and Photoshop Elements can use their Adobe Camera Raw processes to do similar to Lightroom plus they can adjust the actual pixels, e.g. to composite images. The database on Ps Elements is good too. Premiere Elements is quite a nice package for simple up to intermediate video editing too.Here's a couple of links that might help you decide if you want to go Lightroom route, or whether Ps Elements might be good for you. Heck, you could always get Ps Elements/Pr Elements and then get Lightroom too later on - they work well together.Hope that helps a bit!



It does indeed, thanks for the reply, have just bought it to have a play. I can always try Lightroom on the 30 day trial if I want to.

GrahamStoneman

Also for people interested in raw photography, Lightroom 5 for PC/Mac is … Also for people interested in raw photography, Lightroom 5 for PC/Mac is reduced to £72.99. Cheapest ever regular price on Amazon, but Adobe software often appears in lightning deals.



Got Lightroom for £61 the other day from Adobe.

How much is this normally on Amazon?

How much is this normally on Amazon?

Fozmeister

Good One !Combined with the £5 Amazon vouchers the other day........


Which voucher?

susieqt

Lightroom is superb and as well as being a great database, it is a … Lightroom is superb and as well as being a great database, it is a procedural programme - it doesn't affect the pixels in a photograph, it remembers the position of various sliders that control e.g. exposure, saturation and when you output the photo to e.g. printer or screen it applies those settings.Photoshop and Photoshop Elements can use their Adobe Camera Raw processes to do similar to Lightroom plus they can adjust the actual pixels, e.g. to composite images. The database on Ps Elements is good too. Premiere Elements is quite a nice package for simple up to intermediate video editing too.Here's a couple of links that might help you decide if you want to go Lightroom route, or whether Ps Elements might be good for you. Heck, you could always get Ps Elements/Pr Elements and then get Lightroom too later on - they work well together.Hope that helps a bit!



Thanks for the concise description of each... had been wondering how Lightroom differed from Photoshop Elements.
Currently using Picasa, but it's ultimately limited in functionality. Very tempted by this price.

Got 11 last year for my son. Now got this for me!

I currently use Adobe Photoshop CS2. I appreciate Elements is a cut down version, but how much is missing? It is worth buying if I already use CS2?

[SOLVED] Can Premiere Elements host Premiere Pro plugins (or at least, 32 bit ones)?

I have Premiere Pro CC that I run on a 64 bit desktop (pro requires 64 bit), but have an old 32 bit laptop that I would like to do basic editing on... but Premiere without a good color correction plugin isn't much fun.

[EDIT]
Answer here: http://www.elementsvillage.com/forums/showthread.php?t=53134

Oh, btw, if anyone's interested, here's a quick youtube video I produced last weekend as part of a quick tutorial showing the power of Premiere for retouching video. I recolored a few shots taken on two different days and times to look like the whole thing occurred at the same time and under the same lighting conditions (autumn sunset).
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-knLJnOdrx8
The video was taken with a cheap Panasonic Lumix LX7.




Edited by: "shamb" 27th Nov 2013

Does Photoshop Elements 12 support RAW at all?
Thanks.

j4j

How much is this normally on Amazon?



Around the £80 mark for BOTH.
On their' own they can be £65 each.
So this ( for those who are looking for it and have a need / want for it ) IS a very good deal.
CamelCamelCamel had the price starting at £119.95 upon release.
It won't be this price again - even Black Friday last year had v.11 at £44.99 and was never bettered.
Hope that helps.
Foz
Edited by: "Fozmeister" 29th Nov 2013

@twe

Yes, all Adobe products use Adobe CameraRAW (ACR) as a plugin (you don't have to do anything for this to happen, its automatic), so if one application supports a particular camera, then they all (Lightroom, Photoshop, Photoshop Elements) will.... and if Adobe update ACR (important if you buy a just-released camera), all installed applications see the update.
Edited by: "shamb" 27th Nov 2013

As a benchmark for a good deal, earlier this year, I paid £42.40 for
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 Student and Teacher Edition (Mac/Win,English)

I qualify as a student but don't think there were any stringent checks done on this.


I have to say, Adobe scored a giant own goal and have really gone down in my estimation because they were hacked and lost something like 38m login details including passwords. Adobe barely acknowledged this, and it was a link in the Guardian to an independent site that allowed me to check whether I was on the list. Although I use a multitude of email addresses and accounts for various things, there were inevitably a few of these that matched exactly with what I used on adobe. Hats off to evernote, who were the only company that contacted me to say that the email address I use with them matches one that was compromised by Adobe.

DennisG

they were hacked and lost something like 38m login details including … they were hacked and lost something like 38m login details including passwords. Adobe barely acknowledged this, and it was a link in the Guardian to an independent site that allowed me to check whether I was on the list. Although I use a multitude of email addresses and accounts for various things, there were inevitably a few of these that matched exactly with what I used on adobe. Hats off to evernote, who were the only company that contacted me to say that the email address I use with them matches one that was compromised by Adobe.



FYI + offtopic : They "lost" around 150M login details, unfortunately its not only ~40M. Plus the source code of Reader, Cold Fusion and who knows what more that will be exploited really really soon for more hacks.
Besides, I've seen reports saying FB also warned if the same email has been used (its easy to do so once the ~3GB database file leaked on the net).
Just saying, never been registered to Adobe until now, the deal is hard to go by without getting it. That was the price for previous editions few weeks ago, those are the current ones.

Simply sizzling, wanted these for ages, bang tidy, wallop, bosh, every body's happyyyy!!!
Thank you para22 and HedgyHoggy..
Edited by: "Kapax" 27th Nov 2013

Hot Deal .....Thanks i have been looking out for this for a while now and being the cheapest I've seen it at.
It would be a step up for me from (Canons digital photo professional) which is good and free but limited.
I did read (one) concerning comment on the product reviews about only receiving photo shop elements but i couldn't find anything to believe that it was anything more than a mistake as it's coming from amazon it self and also clearly stating it as a bungle package

game overrrr...now £49.

mboora

With a staggering 3* review, you would be daft to not go for this … With a staggering 3* review, you would be daft to not go for this over-priced software.

rick77

Yet again, mboora commenting on something he has no idea about, but at … Yet again, mboora commenting on something he has no idea about, but at least it's not yet a string of nonsensical questions from him.This is a good deal, and that review was given by a muppet - and mboora obviously hasn't bothered to read it anyway or he'd understand why it was given 3 stars.Cheers OP. Heat.



A lot?

At least I know how to put an avatar on my profile.

Jus sayin'



LOL

Question time!

Use Gimp... Save your monies everyone!

Adobe's days are over... Flash is gone... HTML5 has arrived... iDevices don't use flash so it just goes to show that Flash is no longer needed

mboora

A lot?At least I know how to put an avatar on my profile.Jus … A lot?At least I know how to put an avatar on my profile.Jus sayin'LOLQuestion time!Use Gimp... Save your monies everyone!Adobe's days are over... Flash is gone... HTML5 has arrived... iDevices don't use flash so it just goes to show that Flash is no longer needed



Quit preaching....

Gimp is AWFUL..... Having used photoshop for several years including both CS and elements I tried gimp when adobe changing they're pricing strategy (not to my liking), I tried several like Gimp, Pixlr and a few others.... Nothing comes even close to photoshop....

Accept it, your opinion is just yours and too most is wrong
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