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Photoshop: Element for Mac..whats the difference?


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I was wondering what the difference is from the PC version..
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Photoshop Elements is the same for both platforms

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Photoshop Elements is the same for both platforms

Oh, let me rephrase that, whats the difference with Elements and regular Photoshop
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Apparently CS2 has a lot more features than Elements. I do quite a lot of semi pro photography and I have never found anything that I cannot do with Elements. It is easily enough for my needs.
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