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Monday, October 26, 2015

Adobe Elements at Best Buy @AdobeElements, @BestBuy #BestLifeEver #PSE #ad

Disclaimer: The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free.

I had used Adobe Photoshop years ago. Then I stopped using it because the copy I used was at work. I never had Photoshop on my own computer. When I started working at my new job this year, I needed to use Photoshop once again. I was intimidated because I had not used it in so long. It was like Greek to me. I started watching tutorials and learning a few tricks and now in about 6 months, I can do a lot of stuff.

For work, I have done invitations, banners, event programs and I also fix the photos we take to post on our social media sites. It has been really fun and our organization saves a lot of money not having to find an outside designer.

My problem is I never had it at home so it was tough for me to work from home when I was trying to do event programs, signs or banners. But now I have Adobe PhotoShop Elements + Premiere Elements 14. Photoshop Elements now allows me to do some design work at home and it also allows me to be able to do cool photos for my blogs at home. This is something I never had and am happy to have it now.

Sometimes my photos are that great and I was using an online program to help me fix them but it was very limited with Photoshop Elements, I have more creative license and tools to make my pictures look good. I am not the best photographer so I need help.

Adobe Elements is easy to use and it works. The best feature is that you can work on your photos and see the before and after side by side. Look at this picture I took in Mexico last year. The photo on the left is the original and the one on the right is the one I was working on with Photoshop.

I was able to adjust levels, contrast and color. It was easy to get it brighter and look better. If you don;t use Photoshop let new Guided Edits take you through the process to create the ultimate photos and videos. It will do the work for you!  There are so many cool feature on the Guided Edits. You can straighten, resize, color and animate photos. You can even fix those old photos you have in your drawer! You can also do the same for videos. Edit and clean up your videos and photos with a touch of a button.

You will be able to create and share lasting memories in scrapbooks and cards that show your style. Share photos and movies via disc or on Facebook, YouTube, Vimeo and more. Edit and view high-res 4K movies for the ultimate cinematic experience, and make a splash by easily adding animated titles and transitions. Plus organizing photos will be easier as well.

I can't imagine not having Adobe Photoshop Elements now because all my pictures will look amazing!


  1. Wow, what a big difference in your Mexico trip photo!

  2. I've edited a lot of pictures and used a lot of programs...photoshop is the best one out there if you ask me because it is so versatile. i never tried elements though...sounds like i should....

  3. If you are not going to make photography your hobby, then you should not make yourself studying Photoshop, it makes no sense. But if you really like to edit, try HDR with your photoshop with plugins for it.

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