Additionally, you can find the Photoshop and Premiere Elements 12 combo (for photo and video editing) for only $79.99 (reg. $139.99). Check it out here at B&H Photo.
Watch this short, 60-second video to learn how to use a simple blend mode edit in Photoshop Elements to make colors pop on a washed out photo.
For a sub-$100 program, Photoshop Elements 11 has more editing power than many amateurs will ever use. If you are put off by the thought of “renting” the full version of Photoshop through Adobe’s recent Creative Cloud move, consider if Elements is enough for you at this minimal expense for a perpetual license.
Adobe is offering 40% off the Photoshop Elements 11 & Premiere Elements 11 bundle, which brings the total down from $149.99 to $89.99. (This is even better than the student version priced at $119.99.) Use the coupon code “BF2012” at checkout to get the deal pricing.
Get it here on Adobe’s website.
Amazon has a combo pack of Adobe Photoshop and Premiere Elements 10 for only $69.99 as its Goldbox Deal of the Day today. Check it out here at Amazon while it lasts.