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Adobe Photoshop Elements
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Adobe Photoshop Elements free download for Mac

Adobe Photoshop Elements for Mac19.0

10 October 2020

Consumer photo editor/organizer.

What is Adobe Photoshop Elements for Mac

Adobe Photoshop Elements - the #1 selling consumer photo-editing software - helps you edit pictures with powerful, easy-to-use options and share them via print, the web, Facebook, and more.

Note: the downloadable DMG file is installer.

What's new in Adobe Photoshop Elements

Version 19.0:

Easily edit, create, organize, and share your photos - and turn your favorite memories into forever keepsakes. Transform your favorite shots into moving photos with just one click. Make shareable creations by adding motivational quotes or personalized messages to your pics. Easily replace skies, remove haze, and erase unwanted objects to create epic outdoor scenes. Apply cool, custom duotone effects to your photos for a beautiful two-color creation. Make sure everyone in your photo is looking in the right direction by automatically adjusting the position of a person's face

Adobe Photoshop Elements includes Elements Organizer, which helps you organize your assets

Turn photos in to moving GIFs:
  • With one click, transform your favorite shots into moving photos-fun animated GIFs with 2D and 3D camera motion
Inspire with quote graphics:
  • Make shareable creations by adding motivational quotes or personalized messages to your pics - you can even animate them! Choose from pre-set social sizes or create your own
Fine-tune face tilt:
  • Make sure everyone in your photo is looking in the right direction by automatically adjusting the position of a person's face
Move, scale, and duplicate objects:
  • With step-by-step help, it's easier than ever to select an object and change its position, size, and more-meaning you can make your creation look exactly how you want
Make perfect landscapes:
  • Easily replace skies, remove haze, and erase unwanted objects to create epic outdoor scenes. With this easy Guided Edit, you're sure to create the perfect adventure photo every time
Create modern duotones:
  • Apply cool, custom duotone effects to your photos for a beautiful two-color creation using this simple Guided Edit. Choose from custom pre-set social sizes, add a gradient, and more!
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DragonMaster
DragonMaster
Nov 3 2019
18.0
1.0
Nov 3 2019
1.0
Version: 18.0
Don't waste your money.
zlazkow
zlazkow
Oct 16 2019
2020
0.0
Oct 16 2019
0.0
Version: 2020
I'd gladly use again PSE, if Adobe cuts the price to more realistic, and more competitive with GraphicConverter, which I use extensively and exclusively. NOT $100...not $80 and not $50. It was the best, but it is not anymore. I'd pay not more than $30. Like Pixelmator. That's the REALISTIC price.
Plotzenhots
Plotzenhots
Oct 15 2019
2020
1.0
Oct 15 2019
1.0
Version: 2020
PSE ..., 12, 13, 14, 15, 19... 20 yeahh.. much to expensive for longtime users ..
hmfwic47
hmfwic47
Oct 22 2018
17.0
5.0
Oct 22 2018
5.0
Version: 17.0
I use APE 12 only to make final panoramas and Apple's Photos 4.0 app for other editing.
Roger-Rodrigues
Roger-Rodrigues
Jun 12 2018
16.0
0.0
Jun 12 2018
0.0
Version: 16.0
Is upgrade pricing available?
IngeMortier
IngeMortier
Oct 8 2017
16.0
4.5
Oct 8 2017
4.5
Version: 16.0
Still a master in editing photo files. Easy to use with great wizards for many effects. Industry standard stuff really.
Plotzenhots
Plotzenhots
Dec 16 2016
15.0
1.0
Dec 16 2016
1.0
Version: 15.0
PSE ..., 12, 13, 14, 15, ... yeahh..soo expensive for longtime users ..
ashishmm
ashishmm
Nov 2 2016
15.0
0.5
Nov 2 2016
0.5
Version: 15.0
Bought Photoshop elements 14 and Premiere elements 14 few months ago for INR 9,500. The version 15 upgrades cost INR 11,000 on the Adobe website. Should never have bought this in the first place when so many cheaper options with same functionality are available.
StrictlyBagel
StrictlyBagel
Oct 6 2016
15.0
0.5
Oct 6 2016
0.5
Version: 15.0
No no no no... after paying each year for upgrades to Adobe Photoshop I've had it now. Adobe never addresses bugs and tends to "fix" them with upgrades as opposed to updates. This is it for me.
ashishmm
ashishmm
Jan 23 2016
14.0
0.5
Jan 23 2016
0.5
Version: 14.0
memory hog. Have to force quit this app some times because it just hangs even on the latest mac book pro.
MichaelM3902
MichaelM3902
Sep 27 2015
14.0
0.0
Sep 27 2015
0.0
Version: 14.0
I tried this v14.0 and it lasted for about 5 minutes. I like v6 and that's what I use. Everything since that seems to be geared for the inexperienced.
macus
macus
Sep 25 2015
14.0
1.0
Sep 25 2015
1.0
Version: 14.0
Installer crashes immediately when you try to enter your Adobe ID. Another in the endless stream of major issues with the Adobe installers over many years.
Porpentine
Porpentine
Sep 25 2015
14.0
0.0
Sep 25 2015
0.0
Version: 14.0
$79.99 for an upgrade? Geez Louise!
Rjmorita
Rjmorita
Nov 29 2014
13.0
0.5
Nov 29 2014
0.5
Version: 13.0
For some reason, I cannot even open version 13.0 on my Mac running Yosemite. I'm still using version 11.
Javaman
Javaman
Nov 29 2014
13.0
0.0
Nov 29 2014
0.0
Version: 13.0
Mac users are fortunate to have several good alternatives to Adobe Photoshop. One of them is Photoshop Elements! I’ve downloaded Gimp several times and have always come away feeling, “Yuck!” Sure, it’s capable (and free), but why would you own a Mac to use something like that?! Just my opinion! :) I have Graphic Converter (version 5 or so running under a virtualized “Snow Leopard”). It’s a handy tool to have at one’s disposal and it can manipulate files that other apps (including PS Elements) would choke on, but its GUI is awful, and for most people it’s not a real choice for an “everyday” photo editing app. Acorn is a fine Mac app ( I have version 4.5.x) but it feels more like a paint app than a photo app. That leaves Pixelmator. (I have version 3.3.) It is THE alternative to Photoshop (Elements or otherwise) for Mac users. The price is right, it is a true Mac app, and it’s powerful! (My only real complaint is the plethora of palettes that one has to deal with when using it.) So Mac users these days have plenty of alternatives to Photoshop outside of Adobe, but that doesn’t make PS Elements a bad program, Adobe haters notwithstanding. Although I’m not a fan of the Adobe hegemony, Elements still remains my “go to” app for photo editing. It has a familiar UI, it packs some serious power, it’s feels snappy, it’s not neglected by its developer, it consistently ranks high when reviewed by independent publications, and there are a ton of books, magazines, and websites that provide tutorials and step-by-step guides for about any task that you would want to use it for. I bought PS Elements version 1 on June 15th, 2001 and have been using various iterations of the program ever since. It’s ironic that the first decent, powerful, reasonably priced alternative to Adobe Photoshop, dating back to 2001, was produced by...uh...Adobe! BTW, at the time of this comment (Thanksgiving weekend, 2014), you can/could download Elements 13 from Amazon for $49.00.
Plotzenhots
Plotzenhots
Nov 28 2014
13.0
1.0
Nov 28 2014
1.0
Version: 13.0
an expensive bugfix for older Photoshop Elements – I don´t like it.
Whisperquiet
Whisperquiet
Nov 28 2014
13.0
1.0
Nov 28 2014
1.0
Version: 13.0
If you're not already 'into' or caught up in Adobe; save your money and the hassle. Just go for something like Graphic Converter!
Plotzenhots
Plotzenhots
Oct 25 2014
12.0
1.0
Oct 25 2014
1.0
Version: 12.0
..don´t like it because there are many many good reasons to try other better and (long time) much cheaper tools
Maxter
Maxter
Mar 28 2014
12.0
1.0
Mar 28 2014
1.0
Version: 12.0
Forget about this overpriced piece of junk an it's antediluvian installer and for less than half the price fetch a copy of GraphicConvertrer. It does all this does and more faster and better.
hmfwic47
hmfwic47
Mar 19 2014
12.0
5.0
Mar 19 2014
5.0
Version: 12.0
There is a Adobe Community: Photoshop Elements 12.1 Application Update now available http://forums.adobe.com/message/6194380 Guess it's been out for awhile.
Tubo
Tubo
Feb 24 2014
12.0
0.0
Feb 24 2014
0.0
Version: 12.0
Normally you have to install a download manager first... Here are more direct links for adobe products: http://prodesigntools.com/photoshop-elements-12-direct-download-links-premiere.html
CynicalMike
CynicalMike
Nov 25 2013
12.0
0.5
Nov 25 2013
0.5
Version: 12.0
One of the worst pieces of software I have EVER tried to use. As I have used PS CS5 in the past and not keen on buying Creative Cloud I made the mistake of buying this, having used an ancient version. What a piece of $%h&!. Frequent errors - corrupt catalogs that can't be repaired (and I have just started to use it - catalogs are corrupt already - seriously!!), can't apply names using face recognition, often won't let me apply ratings or move items to an album because some mysterious process is 'busy'. I could go on but having tried many different photo organizing software and editing software this is easily the worst - not to mention the 1990's PC user interface. Stay away, far away.
Nealnt
Nealnt
Sep 25 2013
12.0
2.5
Sep 25 2013
2.5
Version: 12.0
Tried to download demo. Installer failed with message: Configuration error in application.
Eyeless
Eyeless
Sep 24 2013
12.0
0.0
Sep 24 2013
0.0
Version: 12.0
Still available in only three languages for the Mac, but a lot more for Windoze - guess they got their priorities a bit off these days ... .
SickTeddyBear
SickTeddyBear
Nov 11 2012
11.0
0.0
Nov 11 2012
0.0
Version: 11.0
On sale at Costco and Sam's Club for $50: http://costco.com/.product.688840.html http://samsclub.com/sams/photoshop-elem-11/prod7900028.ip
Janichsan
Janichsan
Sep 26 2012
11.0
0.0
Sep 26 2012
0.0
Version: 11.0
What the hell? Is PSE getting yearly installments now?
wilykyley
wilykyley
Jan 4 2012
10.0
4.0
Jan 4 2012
4.0
Version: 10.0
It's not worth it to upgrade from version 9. I did not see any differences.
Joeschisa
Joeschisa
Dec 31 2011
10.0
4.5
Dec 31 2011
4.5
Version: 10.0
I have to say I like it, despite the adobe thing and all that. Been using for years, tried others, but for purely editing personal photos, either scanned from 100 years ago or taken last week, the program does what I need it to do though sometimes I got to mess around to get things looking OK (enough memory for undos make this not so bad). Can't compare with other programs much as I've stuck with this, despite upgrade fees. Don't think I'd use it to make a graphic from scratch and don't use it for importing photos/scans, but it's name doesn't imply those tasks. Rate today as I'm scanning whole heap of old photos taken out of storage.
Rubaiyat
Rubaiyat
Nov 14 2011
10.0
0.0
Nov 14 2011
0.0
Version: 10.0
I can't find any references. Does Photoshop Elements export to cmyk and grey scale?
Plotzenhots
Plotzenhots
Nov 8 2011
10.0
1.0
Nov 8 2011
1.0
Version: 10.0
Buggy since jears!! Can´t open animated gif, expensive, poor usersupport, the dont fix bugs in time. A good alternative is "Photoline"
Laos
Laos
Apr 18 2011
9.0.3
0.0
Apr 18 2011
0.0
Version: 9.0.3
This is real bloatware. It uses massive amounts of memory on your harddisk and RAM. Beyond this, it is incredible slooooow. I really regret paying money for this.
leoofborg
leoofborg
Jan 6 2011
9.0.2
0.0
Jan 6 2011
0.0
Version: 9.0.2
"Error Loading Updater Workflow" . Nevermind, back to Indie software I know works. Next!
Robert-Poland
Robert-Poland
Jan 6 2011
9.0.2
0.0
Jan 6 2011
0.0
Version: 9.0.2
Review of updater The update stops with "Error loading updater workflow" Downloaded again hours later and got the same results.
Poikkeus
Poikkeus
Jan 3 2011
9.0
2.0
Jan 3 2011
2.0
Version: 9.0
I've realized that Photoshop Elements lacked the most important features for me: importing and scanning files, comprehensive filters, a concise selection of tools. If the only thing you're looking for is fixing photos, Elements offers a concentrated approach to image editing.
Bigboysdad
Bigboysdad
Dec 12 2010
9.0
2.5
Dec 12 2010
2.5
Version: 9.0
After working with this for a month, I chose not to buy when the trial period ended. There's something about this which doesn't quite sit right. There's nothing wrong with an application that works on both platforms, for example, the excellent Lightroom which imo just works better than Aperture. But this is just too "Windows" in unnecessary bloatware and feel. Unfortunately, the bloat outweighed the useful features. If you've got a working copy of version 8, stick with it, but if your version 8 is affected by un-fixable bugs like mine is, then its time to look for alternatives.
Alper
Alper
Sep 26 2010
9.0
0.0
Sep 26 2010
0.0
Version: 9.0
I dont understand why we have to install Adobe Elements 9 Organizer with Adobe Photoshop Elements 9. I dont need organizer. but adobe installer dont give choose. Also Adobe Photoshop Elements 9 need too much disk space pixelmator just need 50mb.
Bigboysdad
Bigboysdad
Sep 23 2010
9.0
2.5
Sep 23 2010
2.5
Version: 9.0
On the plus side, its nice to say bye bye to the bugs of the previous otherwise excellent version 8 (the Error 150: 30 Bug, the inability to blend panoramic tiff files and big memory usage were the bugs that got me). Its a shame that at 2 gigs, this new version is 1 gig heavier than version 8. It's also a shame that that Bridge is no more. The replacement for Bridge, Elements Organizer, is just plain slow and unintuitive by comparison and feels a bit like a bloated windows app. The presence of this is a real waste on the HD space. The new PSE features however are genuinely useful, and should be used by any regular users upgrading from version 8.
Plotzenhots
Plotzenhots
Sep 22 2010
9.0
1.0
Sep 22 2010
1.0
Version: 9.0
does anybody know something about the big fat unfixed bugs "in save animated .gif for web" since PSE 6 and PSE 8.. are they still exist in PSE 9?
Harry-Macbeth
Harry-Macbeth
Sep 22 2010
9.0
0.0
Sep 22 2010
0.0
Version: 9.0
It occurs to me that Adobe might well be trying very hard for the most disingenuous "big-box" developer award. And do not ever hope for useful customer support, folks; they have perfected the "ticket-based" support runaround. Eventually, weeks & weeks later, you'll just give up out of dispirited fatigue, none the wiser - for all your patience. It actually fills my heart with joy that Steve Jobs slipped them the high, hard one.
Javaman
Javaman
Sep 21 2010
9.0
0.0
Sep 21 2010
0.0
Version: 9.0
FWIW, according to the rebate terms and conditions the offer is "valid for purchases made from September 21, 2010, through December 31, 2011." ( not merely through Oct. 31, 2010). Also, if you buy the "Electronic Software Delivery" edition (i.e. a download as apposed to a shipped box), you will qualify for a $30.00 rebate instead of $20.00.
Mckryak
Mckryak
Sep 21 2010
9.0
0.0
Sep 21 2010
0.0
Version: 9.0
Did somebody know, is this version of PSE for Mac compatible with non-English primary language or it has the same bug as the previous version (PSE 8)?
RC62
RC62
Sep 21 2010
9.0
0.0
Sep 21 2010
0.0
Version: 9.0
I just spent 20 minutes searching their site for "upgrade" pricing. The links to "upgrades" is circular eventually taking you back to the page you started from and never showing an upgrade price or even how to purchase an upgrade. Oh well, I don't really need it anyway...
Bigboysdad
Bigboysdad
Sep 4 2010
8.0
2.5
Sep 4 2010
2.5
Version: 8.0
If you are a home user, the software represents value when compared to CS5 and for anyone who only takes jpegs, this a fantastic tool. However, anyone considering purchasing the software should be aware that, because of the immense amount of things the software does, there will be a fair amount of ram utilisation and there are a number of bugs which you will have to work around, including: * The "Error 150 30" issue commented on in this and other forums, which basically stops you from opening the software and which one fixes by deleting all files named "Flexnet" on your hard drive. This happens regularly and you'll need to have an external tool like Filebuddy to identify these files, as spotlight won't find 'em. * The apparent inability to put together panoramic photographs if the source photos are raw or tiff files. The software will also from time to time will not allow you to save your edited raw or tiff files. The workaround for this is to strip said raw/tiff files of embedded metadata. Just be sure you are happy to deal with bugs like the above as Adobe are probably not going to be fix them until the next version is released.
Harry-Macbeth
Harry-Macbeth
Nov 5 2009
8.0
0.0
Nov 5 2009
0.0
Version: 8.0
Doubtful that I'll bother with this dreadful company any more. No wonder they are haemorrhaging customers. With no upgrade paths for new customers, and astonishingly poor customer service, there are compelling reasons for Mac fans to cut this shiny, but ultimately rotten bait. Fool me once, Adobe: shame on you. Fool me twice: shame on ME....
Abelle
Abelle
Nov 4 2009
8.0
5.0
Nov 4 2009
5.0
Version: 8.0
Reduction of the window very convenient, most complete, beautiful and interesting version.
hmfwic47
hmfwic47
Oct 22 2009
8.0
5.0
Oct 22 2009
5.0
Version: 8.0
After installing APE 8 on my Mac, I double-clicked on the app icon and got an error message. Did a restart, reopened it and got the same message. Had to call Customer Support who sent me to Tech Support. The error code listed was, I believe 150:30. Did what they said and it started up like it should.
Snappir
Snappir
Oct 20 2009
8.0
0.0
Oct 20 2009
0.0
Version: 8.0
couldn't resist to post my reply to all the ugly comments for PE. Those who say that PE is "not friendly", have never used it, and never tried to learn a little. It's easy, super friendly and loaded with more features than any other photo editing program for MAC. True, it's heavy and slow to open. Yes, 3 minutes is slow. But at that time you can do something else, check your email, or browse... The moment it opens - normal speed and no problem at all. Pixelmator is a smooth looking program, but lacks a lot of essential features. One of them Shadows/Highlights, which is for me one of the most essential features when I open a photo.And it's not even close to PE. Those who couldn't install this version, rushed and probably did something wrong in one of the steps. I would suggest, go to adobe website and try to download there. And read and write down the instructions - important!!!
Snappir
Snappir
Oct 20 2009
8.0
0.0
Oct 20 2009
0.0
Version: 8.0
ILGAZ.... what are you talking about...???!!! iPhoto is not an editing software, it only has a few editing features, 0.001% of PE. Kodak...??? again, it is not for editing, no editing there, NOTHING!... printing only. PE was and remains #1 best light photo editor.
Snappir
Snappir
Oct 20 2009
8.0
0.0
Oct 20 2009
0.0
Version: 8.0
couldn't resist to post my reply to all the ugly comments for PE. Those who say that PE is "not friendly", have never used it, and never tried to learn a little. It's easy, super friendly and loaded with more features than any other photo editing program for MAC. True, it's heavy and slow to open. Yes, 3 minutes is slow. But at that time you can do something else, check your email, or browse... The moment it opens - normal speed and no problem at all. Pixelmator is a smooth looking program, but lacks a lot of essential features. One of them Shadows/Highlights, which is for me one of the most essential features when I open a photo.And it's not even close to PE. Those who couldn't install this version, rushed and probably did something wrong in one of the steps. I would suggest, go to adobe website and try to download there. And read and write down the instructions - important!!!
Legal-Eagle
Legal-Eagle
Oct 20 2009
8.0
0.0
Oct 20 2009
0.0
Version: 8.0
I downloaded the Trial Version of PSE 8 and tried to install it. After never-ending installation failures and further attempts to install it, I trashed the whole application in disgust. Not at all impressed Adobe : - ((
Ilgaz
Ilgaz
Sep 26 2009
8.0
0.0
Sep 26 2009
0.0
Version: 8.0
So they added a single feature and abandoned all powerpc users and asking for $80. While it is not widely known for some reason, you don't have to abandon any powerPC user for "intel 64bit", you can even release full 64bit PPC/Intel application on 10.5 leopard. IMHO time is coming for shareholders to take action against this kind of management.
Fairmeadow
Fairmeadow
Sep 23 2009
8.0
0.0
Sep 23 2009
0.0
Version: 8.0
Full version of PE8 £65, upgrade from PE6 £55 (+VAT). How does this encourage customer loyalty, or indeed how does it encourage existing users to upgrade?
Igreg
Igreg
May 25 2008
6.0
0.0
May 25 2008
0.0
Version: 6.0
PE 4 DID NOT work well with iPhoto, contrary to so-called expert reviews and Adobe advertising, & I see no reason why PE 6 would be any better. PE has always been bloated and not user-friendly.
Anancon
Anancon
Apr 29 2008
6.0
0.0
Apr 29 2008
0.0
Version: 6.0
I've tried Photoshop CS3 now and am very dissatisfied. Photoshop gets bigger and bigger, and most innovations are the usual steps of image editing, just combined into what they call "big groundbreaking new features". I don't know any reason to buy every few month a new version of this 2D-image editing app, - what great improvements do it get for my money except for always having the newest version? I have to buy a new mac with every photoshop version, that helps appleadobe, but what are my benefits? It gets more bugs and is bloated and slower and slower with every version, and is far away now from the fast and simple task of 2D-image-editing/designing. I'm a photographer and graphicdesigner and work in this business since 20 years now. I've made high-professionell retouching on Macs with 200 Mhz, and now with 2x2000 Mhz, but overall it needs the same time to finish my work. I really don't see any benefits in my daily tasks with this new version and the last 2 versions. Since the invention of layers in 1994 and the actions in 1996, what really big invention happened since then, what made my daily work easier? Yes, the text-functions where overhauled in 1999 and the vector elements of the same year where really useful in some situations, but then? Yes, some gimmicks and many time-consuming kiddythings popped up here and there in the app, but for serious work, what was better? For me photoshop was finshed with version 5.5, if you wanted vector-editing, version 7 was your one, but now, what happened the last years? And if you've made all needed configurations, configured your workspace, the brushes, styles, curves, and the like, and everything is set up the way you want it, it's individuall and "your photoshop" then, what happens? Yes, a new photoshop version is on the market, - you can't win this race. That all is not about good or better or faster image-editing, it's just about money. I have to pay the updates for 6 machines, 6 mac-workstations. May wife was right, let's make fine holidays instead, and that's what we are doing, sorry Bruce Citizen, sorry Steve Jobs, I'm not your dairy cow anymore, it took me some time, but I think I'm to old to not understand your moneygrubbing tricks. So, no new mac, no new adobe app the next three years, and believe me, my work will continue as usual... Elements 6 will be my last purchase for a long while, and that only because I use Camera Raw and "of course" there will be no more Camera Raw-Updates for Elements version 4 soon.
David-Beaman
David-Beaman
Mar 22 2007
4.0
5.0
Mar 22 2007
5.0
Version: 4.0
Photoshop Elements is extremely inexpensive for what it has. For you to buy the full blow CS2 it would be hundreds of dollars. However, you could have elements for only 80$ with almost all of the features. Elements is for beginners to semi pros. Elements, howeve, does not have Curves.
Dalahast
Dalahast
Mar 18 2007
4.0
0.0
Mar 18 2007
0.0
Version: 4.0
This is an absolute gem from Adobe. After buying it at a local store, I went home and instantly was able to use it. Just a few pages of help and I was already editing. I can't imagine the possibilities for what else this app can do!
Wolf-H
Wolf-H
Dec 2 2006
4.0
3.0
Dec 2 2006
3.0
Version: 4.0
If you are coming from MS Paint, you probably will find this software excellent. However, if you ever worked with "the real" Photoshop, even if it was an old version (5.0 for me), you maybe will be disappointed. I miss essential features. Some of them are available, but they are so poorly implemented. Example 1: It does have layers, but it does not support masks for these layers. That makes them in my eyes little useful. Example 2: It supports a graphic tablet (Wacom) with all settings, but only for the brush tool, not for the eraser, even when in brush mode. Combined with the lack of masks this makes it impossible to use the graphic tablet to define transparencies. Example 3: It does support 16 bit/channel. This is useful for color correcting scans etc. But it does not let you convert an existing 8 bit/channel to 16 bit/channel. I could continue the list...
Igreg
Igreg
Oct 2 2006
4.0
0.0
Oct 2 2006
0.0
Version: 4.0
Anyone know how to completely uninstall Photoshop Elements 4? Their site was no help at all.
Guest
Guest
Mar 2 2005
3.0
5.0
Mar 2 2005
5.0
Version: 3.0
Excellent update - and in my case free, thanks to Wacom and Adobe bundles. It is fast, stable (so far) and easy to use. It is not a childish/downgraded version of Photoshop but a 100% complete application. The new interface is awesome, like Indesign and Photoshop CS. Perfect to work in RGB. Tips/Hints/Troubleshooting: By the way, I am using OS 10.3.7 (10.3 installed a year ago and updated, still rock solid). I don't have your problems, Photoshop Elements simply works as advertised. Try Onyx or Maintain to maintain your system, or maybe it is time for a fresh install.
Guest
Guest
Feb 3 2005
3.0
5.0
Feb 3 2005
5.0
Version: 3.0
I figured it out: When trying to instal GIMP and was met a "you need the BSD Subsystem installed" Turns out I deselected this option in an effort to maintain a paired down system. A re-instal with with BSD let Photoshop right in. How can Adobe telephone support not know this?!
Guest
Guest
Dec 9 2004
3.0
5.0
Dec 9 2004
5.0
Version: 3.0
1. Easy to use 2. A ton of filters and stuff you can add to it 3. Stable 4. Its reasonably priced 5. Fun to see what you can create
Guest
Guest
Dec 8 2004
3.0
5.0
Dec 8 2004
5.0
Version: 3.0
Great software (for its class) at a good (usually discounted) price. $60 with discounts from Adobe and amazon.com 1eye(of Horus) ______ read on if you want ______ You just like to noodle around with output from a digital camera? Xmas at gran'ma's house 2004? Then Graphic Converter rocks for $35 -- iPhoto seems underpowered. (GC is great software -- GC and PE3 make a complementary combo.) Photoshop Elements really outshines GC when one steps beyond manipulating single image. PE can create art if you know how to use filters and layers well (and have an esthetic sense). Downgrading a product because it doesn't meet your "needs" is nonsense. Do your homework first -- take a test drive. The lousy carpenters blame their tools.[Look into a mirror, point to image, you've found the problem, it looks just like you!] Photoshop Elements I suspect is a "loss leader" for Adobe. They want you to "buy up" to their $600 "full" version. No relearning required to upgrade. Get hooked on PE and you may become an addict. It works for drug dealers, why not for Adobe? 1eye(in the Kingdom of the Blind)
Me2
Me2
Dec 8 2004
3.0
4.5
Dec 8 2004
4.5
Version: 3.0
Fantastic program for everyday users which can be found < $75 on-line and major retailers of electronics. Much more options than iPhoto . . . which is understandable. IMHO, a MUST for anyone who has a sincere desire to dabble in digital photography. Super!
Guest
Guest
Nov 27 2004
2.0
5.0
Nov 27 2004
5.0
Version: 2.0
Good solid app. Have not had any problem to date. Startup time can be a bit slow. I got one free license with my printer, one free with my Wacom tablet, and one free with my scanner. Wouldn't spend $100 on it, but if you can get it for a bargain price, go for it. Version 3 has just come out. Funny enough, Mac version is cheaper on the Adobe site, $89.99 versus $99.99 for the PC, and $79.99 versus $89.99 for the download. Only thru February 2005, I believe. Upgrade for Mac is cheaper too, but upgrade path is still steep.
Guest
Guest
Mar 1 2004
2.0
5.0
Mar 1 2004
5.0
Version: 2.0
Not so good... If you can't spend so much money on this little Photoshop try CinePaint. It is free, easy to use and damn good.
Guest
Guest
Sep 24 2003
2.0
0.0
Sep 24 2003
0.0
Version: 2.0
I have a 12" powerbook running 10.2.8, and I've yet to be able to install Photoshop Elements. The install seems to freeze when the 2nd installer opens, then the laptop just sits there for hours with the little spinning rainbow. Any ideas about this? Everyone says this a great program, but so far I've been unable to tell.
Dricci
Dricci
Dec 7 2002
2.0
4.5
Dec 7 2002
4.5
Version: 2.0
Great alternative for the armchair webdesigner who doesn't want to shell out big bucks for the full version of PS. It'll do all web formats, and contains a lot of the features of Photoshop (but some aren't there, like a line tool, which would be helpful.. but shift+painting makes a pretty straight line). Works for all of my needs. Just don't expect to do real design work for publishing on it (as there's no CMYK support).
Guest
Guest
Sep 19 2002
2.0
5.0
Sep 19 2002
5.0
Version: 2.0
It's nice to finally see Elements on OS X. This program seems very much like most early OS X carbon apps did -- the installer is bizarre and launches at least 3 sub-installers at some point during the process. The app comes with several extra folders and things that leave it strewn about a folder. It would be much nicer to have a single app that you could drag plug-ins over to install them. Plug ins should probably go in Library/Application Support (which this app also populates with some files). Start time is ponderously slow, but the functionality is there. This is a great 30 day unlimited functionality demo, so it's a great try out.
$99.99Buy Now
2.7
0.0
App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • macOS 10.14.0 or later
  • 4GB of RAM (8GB recommended)
  • 6.5GB of available hard-disk space to install applications; additional 2.5GB to download all optional content (cannot install on a volume that uses a case-sensitive file system or on removable flash storage devices)
  • 1280x800 display resolution (at 100% scale factor)
License: 
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