PC World Adobe Photoshop Elements 10  £29.99 @ PCWorld
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PC World Adobe Photoshop Elements 10 £29.99 @ PCWorld

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Found 21st Nov 2011
Just saw PC World online drop the price of Adobe Photoshop 10 to £29.99! Was £79.99 and you can also pick up from store!! Just ordered one to pick up later.

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Brilliant - I missed the black Friday deal and have always said if software was cheap enough I would buy it rather than pirate it, so order placed.

Ditto Mised the Black Friday, so grabbed this

Amazon triggers this me too, me too hysteria with each Black Friday...

Great deal, now can someone find Premier Elements for this price? I really need it for a job I've got coming up.

tekhieboy

Great deal, now can someone find Premier Elements for this price? I … Great deal, now can someone find Premier Elements for this price? I really need it for a job I've got coming up.

It'll probably appear during Black Monday to Friday...Though Final Cut is streets ahead.
Edited by: "loiterer" 21st Nov 2011

Thank you.. a very good buy

Mind Free delivery on all orders + 1.5% cashback from Quidco

This price does represent good value and agree with milkfloat above. Heat given.

Great find. The Amazon Black Friday find was luck lustre as that was a lazy find.

Cheers ordered, Voted Hot.

Cheers ordered, Voted Hot too

cheers also ordered a copy

Nice find OP, this site costs me too much money!

Excellent find - thanks!

Same price as the black friday deal, right? Bought! Did all the amazon photoshops sell this year? Sure it was 24.99 last year?

Why does DSG always seem to follow, but never lead price cuts.

Great deal
Thanks for the post.

Thanks for this also note they have 1.5Tb external drive on special so got one of those too. Cheaper to buy than an internal drive now.

Great - I have been looking at getting this and at this price no reason not to. Free delivery too :-)

dm118

Just saw PC World online drop the price of Adobe Photoshop 10 to £29.99!


Just a quick note, this version is HUGELY different to the standard Photoshop. The key word to use here is "Elements". This software has highly reduced functionality compared to the full version, so don't expect anything too great from this software.
Edited by: "mrbillywhite" 21st Nov 2011

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Great deal, they also have Adobe Lightroom 3 @ £119.99 pcworld.co.uk/gbu…tml

Well done! Just ordered for collection in store. Missed last years's Black Friday deal for Elements 9. So I am a happy little bunny.

Well done, that man!

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Great find op. Easy xmas present

mrbillywhite

Just a quick note, this version is HUGELY different to the standard … Just a quick note, this version is HUGELY different to the standard Photoshop. The key word to use here is "Elements". This software has highly reduced functionality compared to the full version, so don't expect anything too great from this software.


Well I use Photoshop for Graphics work and just decided to try Elements trial. So far I have been able to edit pictures and add layers, text, effects etc. even save out as photoshop format and open my existing photoshop files with ease. I also believe it reads photoshop plug ins and filters and that some enterprising souls have written plug ins to support features missing from the full version.
I think your comment is a but misleading or at least specifi some of the more demanding tasks missing from it...that many home users will never need.
Great price for a quality bit of software.
Edited by: "splinters" 22nd Nov 2011

splinters

Well I use Photoshop for Graphics work and just decided to try Elements … Well I use Photoshop for Graphics work and just decided to try Elements trial. So far I have been able to edit pictures and add layers, text, effects etc. even save out as photoshop format and open my existing photoshop files with ease. I also believe it reads photoshop plug ins and filters and that some enterprising souls have written plug ins to support features missing from the full version.I think your comment is a but misleading or at least specifi some of the more demanding tasks missing from it...that many home users will never need.Great price for a quality bit of software.


their comment is not misleading in the slightest.
its NOT photoshop as people would normally use the term hence there are features missing - its then up to the user to find out whats missing.
the saving is vastly different depending on what package the 29.99 is being compared with.
no idea if any good as the version preinstalled with my laptop doesn't work (older version)

Any idea when this is on offer until?

no idea but its 2p cheaper right now on amazon as black friday deal

brilly

their comment is not misleading in the slightest.its NOT photoshop as … their comment is not misleading in the slightest.its NOT photoshop as people would normally use the term hence there are features missing - its then up to the user to find out whats missing.the saving is vastly different depending on what package the 29.99 is being compared with.no idea if any good as the version preinstalled with my laptop doesn't work (older version)


The difference in price does not reflect the difference in features in my opinion. CS5 extended is in the region of £900. I dont believe there is £870 worth of features in there compared to Elements...and I have tried both!
My students can afford to buy elements and edit photos, lay out pages for presentations, even tweak photoshop files etc.
I just think it is unfair to spell out HUGELY different without at least pointing out what the major differences are.
Try this and decide for yourself:
graphicssoft.about.com/cs/…htm
Edited by: "splinters" 23rd Nov 2011

i didn't say anthing about the features but the user needs to know what product is on offer
common usage of 'photoshop' will never mean photoshop elements.
at 29.99 either way its a great saving, but if the deal was for 60 quid then elements is meh whilst photoshop is amazing still.
features are basically irrelevant for the 'deal' the important thing is to clarify the deal and make the user aware that differences do exist - obviously the lack of features matters less to some than others but that doesn't affect the potential savings.

Fair do's mate...but for most people, and in daily use, elements still packs a bit of power. Also, like I mentioned earlier (and in that link) some plug ins have been created to get around the limitations of things like batch processing making it even more useful.
Either way, pretty sure we agree that £30 is a bargain....and as long as no one believes this is the full Photoshop Extended package at a ridiculously low price...well, there shouldnt be any disappointment.

Thanks for posting. This has got excellent reviews in photography magazines and is fine for most amateurs.

Layers + levels = a plus for digi editors, or those where the white balance needs corrected.
Looks a good buy at this price.

Funny in my present version v.8 of Elements, in the Full Editor mode, there are
Layers on the Menu bar
& Levels are found under Enhance > Adjust Lighting >Levels (CTRL+L)
(And even simplier in the Quick Fix mode ....)

It's an absolute bargain. 99% don't need or can use the all the features in the 'full version' of Photoshop - or afford it's inflated price tag.

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Hot deal...have ordered a couple

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