APH Networks har kigget på Adobe Photoshop Elements 8 og Premiere Elements 8 software pakkerne. Hvad er der af nyheder og hvad er anderledes sammenlignet med de tidligere versioner?
Back in April of 2001, Adobe released their first version of Photoshop Elements to target casual photographers. A little over three years later, in September of 2004, they released the first edition of Premiere Elements for the casual videographer market.
These products were made to complement Adobe's existing lineup of highly regarded applications -- of which, those being full versions of both Photoshop and Premiere both widely used at the time. However, there has always been a deterrent for some users who only needed basic tools, and did not require such things as fancy filters, high resolution photo editing, and intense video editing along with a huge array of effects.
The high price point is a major turn off to many people, as it was quite a steep cost to pay for just basic photo or video editing that a novice would need. Don't get us wrong -- many enthusiasts and professionals embrace Photoshop and Premiere Pro, and to them, it's worth every penny. With the introduction of the Adobe Element series, which comes at a fraction of the cost, there was a lot more interest in the whole lineup of Adobe products for both novices and enthusiasts alike. That's not to mention that for Photoshop and Premiere Elements, there are also plug-ins that can add more functionality to the software, which definitely will draw some enthusiast photographers and videographers on a budget.
Today, we will be taking a look at both Adobe's Photoshop Elements 8 and Premier Elements 8 -- the latter is actually just the 6th edition, but to match the numbering scheme, starting from version 5 it was renamed version 7, haha. We'll see if Adobe's latest entry into the casual user market can justify the upgrade, or even attract new customers to purchase the newest version of the Elements series from them!
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