Discussion in 'Beyond the Basics' started by messier, Jan 14, 2005.
whats a good price for photoshop or is there a quality cheaper alternatives
Photoshop Elements is the "light" version of photoshop. It's much cheaper but is a very good program. I've used version 2.0 and it's great. The current version 3.0 is supposed to be much improved.
messier...would you like a copy of elements?
$0 is the best price for photoshop, pick it up from any of your favorite file sharing networks like kazaa lite, eMule, or bittorrent. I've never seen CS but version 7.0 is excellent.
If you want a LEGITIMATE copy of Photoshop for cheap, you can buy ACADEMIC version for hundreds of $$$ less if you're a student.
Gimp 2 is pretty good, and it's free.
generally you get the softwear free when buying a digital camera, I have 3 versions of it...
is there a newer version of it than 7.0? or is that the newest?
That would be Photoshop CS
Find a friend who already has it and borrow their disk LOL
is CS alot better than 7.0?
CS has RAW support, and 16 bit support over version 7. It's not that big of an upgrade. The full version of Photoshop CS costs $561. If you are a student you can buy an educational version for probably $200-300. This license is for educational purposes only though, and is not meant for commercial use.
Elements 3.0 is out and costs $92.25 at Newegg.com. Unless you are a photoshop pro, you probably wont miss the things from the full version that Elements doesn't have. It is a great program.
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