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[OLD VERSION] Adobe Photoshop Elements 2020 [PC/Mac Disc]
- Adobe Sensei AI technology powers automated options that make it a snap to get started, and there’s always room to add your personal touch
- Auto generated creations are made just for you and delivered to your home screen
- Get step by step help making incredible effects and creations with 55 guided edits
- Create memes and collages for social media, or order photo prints and gifts right from Adobe Photoshop Elements
- See full system requirements below in the system requirements manual
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Product detailsPlatform:Disc | Edition:Photoshop
- Product Dimensions : 5.4 x 0.7 x 7.5 inches; 3.21 Ounces
- Item model number : 65299344
- Date First Available : October 3, 2019
- Manufacturer : Adobe
- ASIN : B07X4S9DJJ
- Best Sellers Rank: #65 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
- Customer Reviews:
It's never been easier to make your photos look amazing and turn them into treasured keepsakes.Additional Requirements: 64-bit multicore Intel processor; macOS v10.13 through v10.15; 4GB of RAM (8GB recommended); 6.5GB of available hard-disk space to install applications; additional 2.5GB to download all optional content (cannot install on a volume that uses a case sensitive file system or on removable flash storage devices); 1280x800 display resolution (at 100% scale factor); DVD-ROM drive (for installation from DVD) Internet connection required for product activation and content download.
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0:00 Home Screen
0:51 Three Major Editing Areas (Quick, Guided, and Expert)
1:27 Create and Share
1:58 Quick Mode
3:02 Guided Mode
5:26 Expert Mode
6:27 Remove Items with Guided Edits
8:21 Fun Pattern Brush!
9:29 Digital Painting
10:56 What's New In Elements 2020
I've been using Photoshop Elements since version 2 and I still believe it is the best photo-editing software there is for under $100. This is the software program that my digital photography and digital painting students purchase for the college courses that I teach.
If you are serious about editing photos this is the software program that I recommend. It does "most" of what the full version of Photoshop CC does. One of the nice features of learning Photoshop Elements is that there is a lot of free instructional materials on the internet. Plus, it is so similar to the full version of Photoshop CC that it is relatively easy to transfer that knowledge to the full version of Photoshop if you decide that you want to subscribe to Adobe's Photoshop Creative Cloud.
With the three different modes (Quick, Guided, and Expert), there is something for everyone from beginner to advance. It is very easy to use the Quick and Guided features. The Expert mode can be challenging--but one again there are tons of free online materials to help you--plus there are lots of books. I feel Scott Kelby's books are the best.
If you just want a fast and easy photo editor to use occasionally then there are many free options available on the internet. One of the best free editors is Sumo paint.
For those of you who have older versions of Photoshop Elements and are wondering if it is worth the upgrade? My best recommendation would be to download the 30-day free trial and see if the new features are worth it for you. I keep upgrading because I need to stay current for the college courses I teach. Also, I like having the most current version of Photoshop Elements just in case someday Abode decides to make it only available by subscription like they did with the full version of Photoshop.
I hope you found this information and the video helpful.
Update on Catalog Conversion (Oct. 25, 2019): Another reviewer wrote about having serious problems with converting past Organizer catalogs. I'm very happy that he wrote this because I decided to first try converting a small catalog that I basically do not use. I also experience problems and got a message that the file was corrupted and that I should go back and fix it with the 2019 Organizer. When I went back to 2019 version the catalog wasn't even available anymore. I then went back to the 2020 Organizer and use the convert feature a couple more times--receiving similar messages about the file corruption and then suddenly it was converted.
So, my advice at this time would be to think about whether you want to convert an old catalog right now. Hopefully, Adobe will fix this problem soon! For now I am keeping my Elements 2019 catalog in Elements 2019! I have over 35,000 photos in it and I don't want to risk corrupting the file.
Follow up: After not being able to install off the CD I purchased I went to Adobe's site and downloaded PSE 2020. That went fairly smooth and installation was successful. Then I used the serial # to finish installing fully. Should have just bought directly from Adobe online and saved the hassle.
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The look and feel of Elements 2020 is much like 2019: I have yet to see that much difference between the two, but I've just started working with it. Certainly moving around the photo folders and performing basic manipulation tasks is the same, and while there's some new features in 2020, I have yet to use them other than to look and see. Is the 2020 worth the upgrade from 2019, if you already have 2019? Not so far.
For those who want to do photo editing and adjustments, Elements will do a nice job for you. It's not exactly trivial to use; you may want to purchase a book to guide you through the steps, but it is simpler than Photoshop CS. After a week of working with Elements 2020, I think I could be satisfied with it for 99% of my photo manipulation needs, and missed only one or two seldom-used features in CS. Elements can handle RAW files, as well as the usual formats. Before you splash out on the monthly costs of Photoshop CS, check out the features available in Elements 2020. You may find it meets your needs better.