|One thing that makes PhotoshopR Elements 7 by AdobeR different from other consumer-based photo editing software is the way Elements is built to work hand-in-hand with Adobe's Photoshop.com. This website and online community is a place to manage, edit, store and share your photos and videos with friends and family. To get there just use the link on Element's Welcome screen. But most of the time, you will want to start a project in Photoshop Elements and then use the Share panel to email or share your creations. |
Photoshop Elements 7 and the Share panel can walk you through several photo editing and sharing tasks including creating albums, emailing photos, printing on your home computer, ordering prints and digital frames, creating PDF slide-shows, burning CD/DVDs and uploading photos to Photoshop.com. It is hard to miss the total integration between Photoshop Elements, PremiereR Elements and Photoshop.com. Besides the online organizer and photo editor that works just like Photoshop Elements, you will like the fact that any editing to your photos that you do online will automatically update on your hard drive via the AIR Uploader application.
Image sharing online communities are very popular on the web and Photoshop.com is Adobe's version. Once you register, you get 2 GB of storage space for free or you can upgrade to the Photoshop.com Plus membership which gives you 20 GB. They make uploading your photos and videos as easy as possible either through Photoshop or Premiere Elements or via your mobile phone using Adobe's Photoshop.com Mobile application. Once your photos and videos are uploaded, you can do a lot more with them besides emailing them to your friends or organizing them into online albums. Photoshop.com has several creative ways to share including online galleries, an address book, a friends list and much more. But you also have access to many creative resources that you can use to create original works of art with your photos including frames, backgrounds, fonts, clipart and templates. More of these resources are added frequently, along with the online written and video tutorials.
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