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Adobe Photoshop Elements 5.0 Alpine CA

Most hobbyist photographers may never need all the features that are incorporated in Photoshop CS2, so Elements 5 may be the answer. Elements 5 may not be a significant improvement over version 4, but it's still an exceptional application at a fraction of the price of Photoshop CS2. If you are fans of photo editing, keep on reading.

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Adobe Photoshop Elements 5.0

Adobe Photoshop Elements 5.0 Review

Reader Score: 8.00 (out of 10)
Review: "Adobe Photoshop Elements 5 (PE5) has had a face lift to the interface, it looks very slick but I am not totally convinced by the sombre grey menu bar and camera illustration (top right), I would have preferred a more uplifting color or lighter grey. The editing tools are the same as in Elements 4, but the icons are now in color (Photoshop CS2 still displays them in b/w until you hover the pointer over them). The overall design is well thought out with palettes that can either float or be docked into the Palette bin.

Most hobbyist photographers may never need all the features that are incorporated in Photoshop CS2, so Elements 5 may be the answer. Elements 5 may not be a significant improvement over version 4, but it's still an exceptional application at a fraction of the price of Photoshop CS2....

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