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Adobe Photoshop 7.0 Upgrade for Mac [OLD VERSION]

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Mac, Mac OS X
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)

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  • Adobe Photoshop 7.0 Mac CD Software Upgrade
  • The Professional image-editing standard
  • Create a background patterns and more
  • Manage web page rollover and more
  • Secure your images by assigning password and more

System Requirements

  • Platform:   Mac, Mac OS X
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • Shipping Weight: 2.5 pounds
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  • ASIN: B000063EN1
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 25, 2002
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,355 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Photoshop 7.0 boasts an extensive set of features that allow photographers and Web and graphic designers to work more efficiently, explore creative options, and produce high-quality images for print, Web, and other media. Create imagery with easier access to file data; streamlined Web design; faster, professional-quality photo retouching; and more. Support for WBMP format enables optimization for display on PDAs and other wireless devices. Plus, Web designers can apply extra compression to images and exercise greater control over how transparency is maintained online with Photoshop 7.0's added output enhancements.

Photoshop 7.0 delivers a comprehensive tool set that helps users meet both creative and production challenges. Its Healing Brush revolutionizes the process of retouching images. Remove dust, scratches, blemishes, and wrinkles effortlessly. Preserve shading, lighting, texture, and other attributes automatically. Photoshop 7.0's File Browser lets users locate, organize, and visually manage images quickly. You can even view EXIF data from digital cameras, including date captured, exposure settings, creation and modification dates, and more.

Native on Mac OS X, Photoshop 7.0 provides even greater multiprocessor support as well as superior interoperability with other Adobe applications. The software also offers a robust painting engine that lets users create custom brush presets, simulate pastels and charcoal, and add special effects, such as grass and leaves, while its Pattern Maker plug-in creates patterns, including rocks and sand. Photoshop 7.0's Liquify plug-in provides enhanced control over image warping with zoom, pan, and multiple undo capabilities. --Text refers to product description for Photoshop 7.0, Mac platform.



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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great upgrade! Glad I didn't wait! April 19, 2002
Platform for Display:Mac Disc
I *just* got my upgrade a few days ago. I was a little worried about installing the upgrade, because sometimes they aren't real stable right away. But this one installed like a breeze, and seems to be very stable.
I am on a 500 MHz G3 iMac, with 768 megs of RAM, OS 9.2.1. (I have OS X, but don't use it much yet.) Photoshop 7 installed GREAT. No problems at all. And none of that irritating "CD-swapping" nonsense that was present in the upgrade for Photoshop 6. A very easy upgrade process.
As far as Photoshop 7 goes - what's there not to like? The "heal" brush is very cool, and I LOVE (love love love) the "browse" function. I have WAY too many graphic files, digital camera files, etc., and it's always been time-consuming to wade through them all to find the picture I want. The browse function makes this so much easier. This, (to me) was a major reason to upgrade. I know there are a lot of other additions that I haven't noticed yet (I've only had it a few days) but so far, I am most pleased.
I like the enhanced filter window. Now, FINALLY, we can see how the filter is going to affect the picture, because the preview window is big enough! There are a lot of other additions and tweaks that I really like.
One that elates me is the ability to re-name a layer without having to deal with a window that pops up. Now, you just double-click on the title text that you want to change on the layer palette, change the layer name RIGHT THERE, and then press "return" to set the changes! FINALLY a decent way to change layer names!
The new "brush engine" is very fabulous too. I haven't worked with it much, but so far, I like!
There are a lot of great tweaks, enhancements and adjustments that I am noticing. Very nice. Very happy. Works well with my little iMac. It does need a lot of RAM, though - but so did version 6. Throw as much RAM as you can at it.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Yet Another Upgrade that you Don't Need! April 25, 2002
Platform for Display:Mac Disc
I like the "heal" brush, but this upgrade isn't necessary in order to achieve the same results without it. I noticed several glitches when using the Rubber Stamp tool when you are working close to the edge of the document...it doesn't clone from the precise spot you indicate sometimes and this is VERY annoying (Photoshop 5 is more reliable in this area). I like the larger previews in the Filter windows (they are over twice as large as in Photoshop 5.) The brushes are nice and are easier to select sizes, etc. than previous versions. Overall, the added features are nice, but they aren't necessary and don't justify the upgrade cost. It seems like software is updated now just for the heck of it and the extra money they generate. Adobe should wait until they have something major to add before releasing another upgrade to this program.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A solid upgrade May 28, 2002
By A Customer
Platform for Display:Mac Disc
Reviewer: A software user from Berkshire, United Kingdom
At first glance this upgrade may look like it offers little new other than the healing brush, but a little closer inspection shows that there are a multitude of new tools including the Healing Brush, the Patch tool, the new brush options, the ability to create your own new tool presets and workspaces, enhancements to the liquify tools, the introduction of the pattern maker, the new auto-colour command, support for JavaScript, AppleScript and Visual Basic scripting, and numerous other introductions and enhancements. Granted not every enhancement or new feature is relevant to everyone's workflow especially because both print and web designers use the application - but to dismiss it out of hand as a meagre upgrade is shortsighted. Maybe it just takes a little time and patience to find all of those new features.
Another reviewer mentioned "An annoying feature is the lack of being able to switch to multiple open document windows via the Windows menu" - this feature is there, just use Windows > Document and all the open documents are listed.
Just by having a look at the table of contents for the Photoshop 7 Upgrade Essentials book - the TOC is on the Amazon.com site - you'll get a better idea of all those features. Then you can consider for yourself whether to invest in the latest release!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Phenomenal tools & upgrades May 9, 2002
Platform for Display:Mac Disc
Adobe has grown up in many respects... and this is living proof. Photoshop is far from being perfect, but this comes very close.
The healing brush alone is worth the upgrade. When I heard it advertised, I thought it was just another name for the clone tool... wrong. You must see it demonstrated to appreciate how fantastic it is. The patch tool is similar, but works better on fabrics and backdrops rather than skin.
The new docking palette well is a great add-on feature, especially for those who are trying to conserve precious screen real estate.
The character palette from Illustrator now joins Photoshop and the two programs talk to each other more than in previous versions. Illustrator 10, InDesign 2 and Photoshop 7 now can communicate to each other via an XML layer in which you can connect 3 different types of documents to a single Excel spreadsheet... so if (for example), you're designing a menu, you can instantly change prices, currency (Yen, Dollar, Euro, etc.) and other data without having to go back in and change currency symbols or alter figures in typesetting.
An annoying feature is the lack of being able to switch to multiple open document windows via the Windows menu... and the arrow on the layer's palette has a "dock to palette well" selection on the top of the contextual menu, so if you've been used to creating a new layer from this menu since version 3.0, you're going to accidentally dock the layers palette instead the first dozen (or so) times out of habit, since the "New Layer" selection has moved down a notch.
Some tools have been juggled and moved around... it took me 10 minutes to find the "Invert" option just yesterday... but the command-i short-cut still works as it used to.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars
This product was too old for my Powerbook so I donated it.
Published 8 months ago by beaken
5.0 out of 5 stars Well worth the money!
If you are a Mac user and have an older version of Photoshop ... well I would seriously recommend that you upgrade to version 7. Read more
Published on July 25, 2003 by Gordon K. Werner
4.0 out of 5 stars PhotoShop 7 is Still the Reigning Monarch
Ask most graphic artists and designers and they will tell you that their livelihood depends on their usage of Photoshop. Read more
Published on August 22, 2002 by paul gerstenbluth
5.0 out of 5 stars Upgrade already!
If you're a Photoshop user and want to upgrade to OS X--let this piece of software convince you. It's stabler and more elegant than the previous version in OS 9. Read more
Published on August 17, 2002
5.0 out of 5 stars Worthy upgrade
Looks and acts a lot like Photoshop 6.5, but there are many little elegances added. The biggee is the so-called healing brush and it actually does erase wrinkles on a portrait. Read more
Published on August 13, 2002 by guy richardson
5.0 out of 5 stars Lucky number 7
Photoshop 7 ranks as the best version upgrade for a long time. having been using for a couple of weeks, on occasions where i have had to go back to 6 ive missed the features ive... Read more
Published on August 2, 2002 by simon gurney
3.0 out of 5 stars Good product with the usual Adobe bugs
If you don't have Photoshop and you're in the inage-editing business, you should get it. Photoshop is the only serious image product for art professionals, and remains the best... Read more
Published on July 7, 2002
4.0 out of 5 stars a worthwhile upgrade!
This new Photoshop upgrade is well worth the cost, especially if your using OSX ( but then...what choice do you have?) The Healing Brush alone is a piece if black magic... Read more
Published on May 6, 2002 by Robert Norman
5.0 out of 5 stars Can't live without it
If you haven't used Phosthop before you will be amazed by the stunning thing you can "do" with it.
As a professionell og as an amateur yor will wonder how you managed to make... Read more
Published on May 5, 2002 by Hervard H Merved
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