_Photoshop Elements_ is a more economical (and, some say, user-friendly) alternative to Photoshop. _Photoshop Elements 4_ is Adobe’s application for people who like to work with a digital camera and create their own images rather than just modify ones they’ve downloaded from the Web. Photoshop Elements _3_ is an increasingly popular program that can be used to create graphics, work with photos, and manage other digital images. Both programs are popular for photographers, artists, graphic designers, and others who work with digital images.
This review focuses on: The Photoshop Elements version that ships with Windows and macOS. It does not cover the macOS App Store version, which is only available to macOS Mojave users, and the computer-only version for Windows 7 and older. Read about other versions on our Photoshop Elements version page.
Adobe Photoshop has been around for several decades and is available in Mac OS versions since 1987, while Windows versions have been around since 1983. Adobe Photoshop Elements was released in 2001, making it a bit behind the times when it comes to features in the desktop world. Nonetheless, it’s still a great solution for anyone who wants to use Photoshop and it includes all the main features of traditional Photoshop, minus some features from the extended version.
The best value price for an all-in-one Photoshop alternative is available in the App Store (iOS) or Google Play Store (Android) for US$ 39.99. As with many other digital tools, however, it’s cheaper to buy the software without the included SD cards as they are quite limited when it comes to memory.
Whether you want to edit photos, create images for websites, design web pages or create charts and diagrams, Photoshop Elements is a solid, productive app that is highly recommended for beginners and pros alike.
What is Photoshop Elements?
Photoshop Elements is an all-in-one camera, graphics and image editing solution. It provides both offline (the software always has at least the last version and a snapshot of all your settings) and online access.
There are no plugins that you need to download, making the app considerably lighter and smaller than Photoshop. Photoshop Elements also has a limited version of Photoshop’s professional tools including Photoshop’s Liquify filter. It was also one of the first apps to support Adobe’s Creative Cloud subscription service.
Editor’s note: Apple stopped supporting the older macOS versions on the 21st of June 2019. For more information, read our follow-up post.
Elements was much faster than Photoshop in all of the tests we ran. In fact, this particular review isn’t about speed; it’s about pixel quality.
Photoshop Elements is a powerful image editor that includes a selection tool, layer and mask tools, the Liquify filter, layers, a batch eraser, a basic cropping and straightening tool, the Rotate tool and more.
As a beginner, the lack of layers might be a problem because it’s not always easy to distinguish the images that
This invention relates to an improvement in computed radiation tomography apparatus and is more particularly concerned with apparatus and methods for limiting the effects of localized non-uniformities of the x-ray flux incident upon the attenuation panel. The invention may be used in any of a wide variety of applications for which x-ray attenuation panel scanning is employed.
In computed radiation tomography it is necessary to impose a thin sheet of x-ray attenuating material, usually a graphite foil, onto the surface of a patient. The patient is thereby exposed to a dosage of x-ray radiation emanating from the panel that depends upon the density of the tissue (or other object to be imaged) from which it emanates. The attenuated radiation is then measured, usually with a radiation detector, from a plurality of transverse positions in the plane of the foils, and from these measurements the density of the imaged object is determined, and appropriate x-ray absorption based upon this density is used to control the intensity of the x-ray beam.
Because the patient is being exposed to the x-ray beam at every point in the plane of the sheet of x-ray attenuating material, a problem arises due to localized non-uniformities in the beam which result from localized variations in the source configuration and in the x-ray spectra. These localized non-uniformities are difficult to compensate for if the measurements made during the scanning are combined in the proper way to produce an image.Q:
What is a common method of separating animated content from static content on a website?
I have animated content that is displayed on my website like this:
What is a common method of separating the animated content from other content on a website such as the above example?
What you are showing is a way to display static images with accompanying animation. There is no need to necessarily separate the graphics. They can all be inside the div. There are other things you should consider in this situation. Such as the size of the images and how to handle that. Are there full screen images, etc. This is commonly called carousel style. There is an example here:
We are pretty excited about today’s news, as our first ever Kickstarter has just completed! The stand-alone edition of Qbik is 100% funded and should be in gamers’ hands by Christmas! A limited number of official copies will be released in the near future, so get ready to spend the night with the new queen of gaming!
But let us back up a bit.
Qbik was released on Steam last February, but has been plagued with bugs since launch. For example, some players couldn’t exit the game easily and others couldn’t view items. The game has also had more than its share of exploits, and this is what lead us to calling an end to the project.
However, with the release of our Kickstarter, we have done three things to our game.
Firstly, we have enabled DRM-free hosting on our website and set the minimum requirements so users don’t have to worry about getting a blank game (which is the most common complaint in the game). Secondly, we have ported the game to many devices and operating systems, which currently allows the game to work on Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS. Thirdly, we have created a Facebook page for Qbik that allows you to keep up-to-date on all the latest news.
If we are to pick one of the biggest “scandals” in the social media world over the past few years, then it would be the comments section on the Android version of the App Store. For months and months, users (especially Android-lovers) have been posting angry messages about its poor functionality.
Reidar Tilberg is one of those users. He has spent a lot of time filing feature requests with the developer of the game, but the majority of his requests have been ignored. Tilberg got quite upset about this, and decided to take it further by making a one-man petition to Kiren about his frustrations.
We have all been there. Whether it be for work reasons, travelling, or just going through airport security (any airport security) you find yourself randomly selecting the “lazy” option on the self-checkin kiosk. Now we are not saying that you are not lazy, but sometimes the system does not know if your choice was to blame a misprint of an agent, someone dragging a reluctant child on their own luggage, or a traveller with a tablet running 5 different productivity apps all at once.
Windows 7, 8, 8.1, and 10
128 MB VRAM
2 GB or more RAM
1GHz or faster processor
OS: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Graphics: GeForce GTX 660 or Radeon HD 7870
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 700 MB available space
Sound Card: DirectX compatible sound card
Additional Notes: Requires a wireless keyboard, mouse, and headset