there hasn't been any major roadshows this year to announce anything and that is usually a sign for both organisations. But then I am kind of glad as I really dont want to pay $1600 every year for upgrades to the creative suite!<br><br>Need a laugh? Visit CreatorDude.com
PS Elements is great for casual snap shot photo's, but if you really want to get the most out of your photo's and have complete control, PS/CS is the only way to go. I don't use the graphic design tools, but I do use different kinds of layers and custom actions all the time, plus the RAW converter in CS is much more powerfull than in Elements.<br><br><br>Salus populi suprema lex
Salus populi suprema lex
I'm sure it's wonderful, but as someone who is a casual picture-taker that just uses a 2.1 megapixel point and shoot, spending $650 on Photoshop CS would be overkill. <br><br>In all honesty, the new iPhoto 5 is probably enough for me. <br><br>
Good read. I was at The Integer Group for several years and was one of the major supporters of InDesign over Quark. I dragged the Dallas office kicking and screaming into OS X but once everybody got used to it they preferred it to 9. Same went for InDesign, at first everybody was unsure. But after about a month it took off. <br><br>Macromedia has been stagnating for a while too. Those last Flash MX upgrades were just expensive jokes IMO. And then to release Flash MX Pro for tons more $$$? Gimme a break! I used to use Director a lot too but it is unusable now. I wish Adobe had kept LiveMotion going, not nearly as bloated as Flash.<br><br>
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I finally relented and purchased Photoshop Elements. I downloaded a trial version and after a day I'm comfortable with moving down from Photoshop.<br><br>I've been using a copy of Photoshop I got from a friend, been wanting to true up for a while but couldn't afford the $$$.<br><br>So here it is -<br><br>--<br>http://www.stevenkimband.com/
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