October 3, 2012 in Image Editing (E)
[prMac.com] Chelyabinsk, Russian Federation - Independent author Andrei Doubrovski today is pleased to announced Elements+ 5.0, his new enhancement patch for Adobe Photoshop Elements 11. Elements+ is a handy add-on that unlocks the undocumented advanced functions in Photoshop Elements featured in the latest versions of Photoshop.
"As most people probably know, Photoshop Elements has not inherited all the essential features of the full Photoshop," said Andrei Doubrovski, developer of Elements+. "The available functions are quite sufficient for a beginner. However the limitations grow more and more frustrating as you advance. For example, why on earth we are not allowed to look into layer group or use justify text alignment mode? Fortunately, not all the missing features have been completely removed. Most of those are just stay hidden. Among other things, the new version of Elements+ enables "Color Balance", "Selective Color", and some more adjustment tools.
* 9 dialog boxes: Color and Tone, Selections, Layers, Styles, Masks, Smart Filters, Paths, Text, Scripts
* Scripts catalog includes 100+ additional utilities for miscellaneous tasks
* Multilingual interface (8 languages)
* Manual in English, German, and Russian
* Mac OS X Version 10.4.11 Tiger or later
* Adobe Photoshop Elements 11.0
Pricing and Availability:
Elements+ 5.0 is $12.00 (USD) to download. Distribution kits are also available for all the previous versions of Adobe Photoshop Elements.
Located in historic Chelyabinsk, Russian Federation, longtime imaging consultant Andrei Doubrovski has retouched and manipulated photos for customers from all over the world. As an Adobe certified expert in Photoshop CS, Andrei has composed many leading video tutorials on Photoshop and the author of 4 video ebooks on Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, Flash, and Paint Shop Pro - propagating the same grown-up approach to image editing. All Material and Software (C) 2003-20012 Andrei Doubrovski / All Rights Reserved. Photoshop, and Photoshop Elements are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Inc.