See the new features in Adobe’s latest budget photo-editing package, including content aware spot healing, layer masks, photomerge style match and more.
Adobe usually launches a new version of its budget photo editing software, Elements, every year. Photoshop Elements 9 is available now for under £100 and borrows a lot of technology from Photoshop CS5. One of the most talked-about features is the new Content Aware spot healing brush, an adaptation of the Content Aware Scaling found in its bigger brother. Watch this video to watch it in action, along with some of the other improvements and new features found on the software. You’ll also find out if it’s worth the upgrade…
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