It's time to abandon PhotoShop

Started Jan 9, 2013 | Discussions thread
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kb2zuz Veteran Member • Posts: 3,201
Re: Elements has now Adjustment Layers?

When was the last time you checked? PSE does support adjustment layers and 16bit images, however support is not completely consistant. There are some adjustment layers that the full photoshop has that it does not, and there are some functions where PSE will ask you to convert to 8bit in order to use.

To know if it's good for you, the best recommendation I would have is to download it and try it out, like many adobe programs, you can try it for 14 days for free. The full version of photoshop has many many features that most people do not need. I can't say for certain that Elements will be enough for you but considering it costs $520 less than Photoshop, it might be worth doing a trial to see if it's good enough for your needs.

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