Elements v Photoshop 6

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by Don, Jan 4, 2004.

  1. Don

    Don Guest

    When I purchased my 10D I received a copy of Elements 2. I have some hard
    disk shortage problems and wish to remove one or the other. Apart from
    Elements having better EXIF data I cannot find anything in Elements that I
    cant do with Photoshop 6. Can anybody enlighten me as to any features in
    Elements 2 that aren't in Photoshop 6. Off course another option is to buy
    a further hard drive, but cash is short at the moment (all seems to go on
    new lenses etc for the 10D)
    Looking forward to informed assistance.


    Regards

    --
    Don From Down Under
     
    Don, Jan 4, 2004
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  2. Don

    mdavis Guest

    Elements 2 supports stitching and has some red-eye removal stuff not in PS6.
    Otherwise, not much else I can remember.
     
    mdavis, Jan 4, 2004
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  3. mdavis wrote:
    > Elements 2 supports stitching and has some red-eye removal stuff not in PS6.
    > Otherwise, not much else I can remember.
    >
    >


    i think that pretty much covers the "what's missing" from PS6 - but a
    better question is 'what's missing from elements' and that's a lot!
    compared to PS6. levels ( other than 'auto'), curves, actions and a fair
    list of others. even if you put the "hidden elements" tools in, it still
    isn't as powerfull as PS6.
     
    James Connell, Jan 4, 2004
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  4. Don

    zuuum Guest

    "James Connell" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > mdavis wrote:
    > > Elements 2 supports stitching and has some red-eye removal stuff not in

    PS6.
    > > Otherwise, not much else I can remember.
    > >
    > >

    >
    > i think that pretty much covers the "what's missing" from PS6 - but a
    > better question is 'what's missing from elements' and that's a lot!
    > compared to PS6. levels ( other than 'auto'), curves, actions and a fair
    > list of others. even if you put the "hidden elements" tools in, it still
    > isn't as powerfull as PS6.
    >

    Huh??? Manually adjustable "Levels" was in Elements 1.. Under
    Enhance/Brighness&Contrast/Levels. Same eye dropper white, black, gray set,
    and R/G/B levels sub levels. It just wasn't where a PS user would expect it
    to be. I would be very surprised if it was removed in version 2. But is IS
    lacking the ability to save and load levels presets.
     
    zuuum, Jan 4, 2004
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  5. zuuum wrote:
    <snip>
    > Huh??? Manually adjustable "Levels" was in Elements 1.. Under
    > Enhance/Brighness&Contrast/Levels. Same eye dropper white, black, gray set,
    > and R/G/B levels sub levels. It just wasn't where a PS user would expect it
    > to be. I would be very surprised if it was removed in version 2. But is IS
    > lacking the ability to save and load levels presets.
    >
    >


    it's there - but it's darn well hidden. i just don't use elements enough
    to remember how.
     
    James Connell, Jan 5, 2004
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