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Photoshop 7 / Elements


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Hey all i currently have photoshop 7. Would there be any reason to get Photoshop elements.. I will be getting a D40 very soon and starting my photography.
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Alright that really summed it up... i think i may pick up elements because my photoshop is outdated
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Elements is a great program for the price. It can be had free in bundles when your buying other items so if you need something like a monitor calibration tool or wacom tablet you may wish too look at them first...in case your getting the software for "Free" when getting the other item.

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