Adobe Photoshop Elements 12

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Adobe Photoshop Elements 12

Adobe Photoshop Elements 12

  • Organize – Order, label, find, and view photos your way.
  • Edit – Make photos look their best, with easy-to-use editing options for every user level – from quick edits to guided tutorials, you have the freedom to explore your creative potential.
  • Create – It’s easy to make keepsakes that you’ll cherish forever – templates for photo books, scrapbooks, greeting cards, and more.
  • Share – Put a smile on your friends’ faces when you share to Facebook, YouTube, Vimeo, and more. And now, take your Elements photos with you, wherever you go, on your smartphone or tablet.

Adobe Photoshop Elements 12 Adobe Photoshop Elements 12 Empower your creative vision with editing options for every user level, and turn ordinary snapshots into something spectacular. Easily organize, edit, and create brilliant photos to share via print, the web, Facebook, and more. And now, take your Elements photos with you, wherever you go, on your smartphone or tablet.* Discover a friendly and intuitive environment — Organize, edit, create, and share more quickly and easily thanks to big, bold icons; a helpful Action bar; and the ability to choose from Quick, Guided, and Expert editing modes to fit your needs. Take your photos with you wherever you go — Easily view, relive, and share your Elements photos on your smartphone and tablet. Conversely, view the photos on your smartphone and tablet in Elements.* Easily move objects — Move objects in a photo and have the background automatically filled in. Bring distinction to your photos, instantly — Use a variet

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  1. 295 of 309 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent software – Pretty good upgrade, October 4, 2013
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    D. Matheny (Austin, TX) –
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    This review is from: Adobe Photoshop Elements 12 (DVD-ROM)
    We’ve been using Photoshop Elements for years, and just upgraded from version 11 to version 12 a few days ago.

    After the big changes in version 11, I wasn’t expecting much in 12 – and I had to dig a bit to find anything that had changed at all. Because of that, I suspect most people will probably be perfectly happy sticking with version 11 – but here are the features that may tempt you to upgrade:

    1) RAW file support. For those who are using RAW files, this will finally make Elements usable – and would justify as an excellent reason to upgrade. I suspect the vast majority of Elements users won’t care about this; but, it is there.

    [** UPDATE 10/10/13 **] Apparently it was possible to edit RAW files with a plug-in in the previous versions of Elements, but I wasn’t aware of that. I will say that the RAW file support is obvious & easy to access without a plug-in in the new version. ;)

    2) The content-aware move tool is excellent! The quick selection tool also seems to be improved – which makes the content-aware move tool even better.

    Basically, you just select a section of your picture and can move it around using this tool – and Elements will take care of fixing up the background. This is a huge time-saver for removing unwanted elements from a photo, and I’ve found it to be easy and effective.

    3) New effects tab when in Quick-Edit mode. This is OK; but, I guess I’m just not a huge effects user in most cases – and I tend to work in expert mode anyway just because that’s what I’m used to.

    Aside from those features, I wasn’t able to dig up much else. I needed a new license anyway (which is why I bought this version); but, we’ll be perfectly happy letting versions 11 & 12 co-exist on our PCs just because they are so similar.

    I will say that we’ve messed with several photo editing programs over the years, and I think Elements is the absolute best for an average home user. It’s extremely easy to use and has all the functions a typical user would need to accomplish just about anything.

    Overall, I would base my recommendation on what you’re currently using:

    – If you don’t have any photo editing software, or are using something else, I would highly recommend Photoshop Elements!

    – If you are an existing Elements user who has been waiting for RAW support (I can’t imagine there are more than a handful in this category), then you’ve probably already upgraded. :)

    – If you’re an existing Elements user who is just wondering if the upgrade is worth it, I’d probably recommend taking a pass unless you just want the newest version. If you do decide to upgrade, be sure to play around with the content-aware move tool!

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  2. 178 of 194 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Two steps forward … one step back, November 7, 2013
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    Jerry Jackson Jr. (Cincinnati, OH United States) –
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    This review is from: Adobe Photoshop Elements 12 (DVD-ROM)
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    The new Adobe Photoshop Elements 12 is the latest incarnation of what is essentially “Photoshop Lite” for amateur photographers and shutterbugs who don’t want to pay of the full version of Photoshop or a competing product. In general, Photoshop Elements is a VERY capable application and most people won’t immediately recognize the difference between Photoshop Elements and Photoshop … unless you’ve used the full version of Photoshop and are familiar with how some of the tools are different.

    The most noticeable addition to Elements 12 compared to Elements 11 is the new “Content-aware move” tool. Content-aware move is a nice addition because it lets you move an object or a person from one part of the image over to another part of the image with relative simplicity. Content-aware move isn’t perfect, so you’ll still have to do some manual editing (clean up) around the subject if the subject is located in front of a busy background … but if you have two people standing in front of a white wall or in front of blue sky and just want to move them closer together Content-aware move makes it easy.

    I also like some of the subtle changes in the user interface which makes Elements 12 more modern looking and user friendly for beginners.

    My only real complaint is that Adobe artificially crippled the Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) plugin for Elements. You only have a small fraction of the control over RAW in Elements that you have in the full version of Photoshop and that’s stupid. The whole purpose of shooting in RAW format is so you have more control over your image so it makes no sense for Adobe to take that control away from photographers. The ONLY reason to limit the functionality of ACR in Elements is if you want to essentially FORCE serious amateurs to buy the much more expensive subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud or a boxed version of CS6.

    Bottom line, Elements 12 is good but it isn’t as good as it should be and it’s actually less useful than Elements was several versions ago before Adobe crippled ACR in Elements.

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  3. 23 of 24 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Don’t do it…., January 1, 2014
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    This review is from: Adobe Photoshop Elements 12 (DVD-ROM)
    I’ve had Elements 4,7 and 10. Needed Premiere so I thought I would buy Elements 12 as well. I don’t know what happened but I’m not experience the same results. I loaded the program twice and both times 12 has downloaded and inserted Media and Clip art in random events and folders. I started with 16k photos and now there are 130k +/- photos and pieces of media. I think it would take about a month to reorganize each event. I ended up removing the program and going back to 10 for now. Chatting with an agent is useless, four of the agents I chatted with didn’t listen to what I was trying to explain and responded with typical standard responses which had nothing to do with the issue and why it happened. I’ve never seen previous programs do this, thats why I was so surprised. I’m really disgusted with Adobe in regards to Customer Service. If I want help it will cost me $40 to talk with and technical rep. You won’t find anything in the forums regarding this issue of convoluting photos with media to the point where you think I’ll never straighten this one out. I’ve been know to spend days on editing and organizing. I AM SERIOUSLY RECONSIDERING ANOTHER PROGRAM, ANY PROGRAM JUST NOT ANY FROM ADOBE. Buy the way I dare someone from Adobe to call me on this, go ahead contact me. joek4411@gmail.com You owe me 2 days of my vacation.

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