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Adobe Photoshop Elements 9

A very good brief review of Elements 9.

I was a long-time user of Photoshop right from the days it was purchased on a single floppy disk and I have found it hard to move to a more economical programme, but Elements 9 is the first that I have found reasonably comfortable, although it is sometimes hard to find the tool or process that I want to use it is usually there.

What would be really useful is a review, or reviews and tips, of plug-ins. Photoshop users often relied on plug-ins and automations (often Adobe jumped on these and incorporated them into Photoshop). So if anyone has a plug-in that they use regularly it would be great to find out about it.
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Re: Adobe Photoshop Elements 9

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A very good brief review of Elements 9.

I was a long-time user of Photoshop right from the days it was purchased on a single floppy disk and I have found it hard to move to a more economical programme, but Elements 9 is the first that I have found reasonably comfortable, although it is sometimes hard to find the tool or process that I want to use it is usually there.

What would be really useful is a review, or reviews and tips, of plug-ins. Photoshop users often relied on plug-ins and automations (often Adobe jumped on these and incorporated them into Photoshop). So if anyone has a plug-in that they use regularly it would be great to find out about it.
I think OnOne do a plug-in toolkit for Elements called Essentials. Worth a look.

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Re: Adobe Photoshop Elements 9

I will try the OnOne plug-in when I get a chance. What I would like to hear is any real-world experience of plug-ins. Does anyone here use Elements?

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Re: Adobe Photoshop Elements 9

Hi Kurt, I use Elements 9, if your talking actual plug-in's then I use the Curvemiester, Noise Ninja and Kodak Digital Gem Airbrush plug-in's.

If your talking about actions then that's to many to list.
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