Today Adobe released a new version of its consumer-level image organizer and editor and, honestly, it's a great alternative to Photoshop CC (especially if you're a photographer or scrapbooker). You can read all about the slick new features in my Macworld Magazine review. Here's an excerpt:
Adobe’s annual update to Photoshop Elements, its consumer image organizer and editor, offers a satisfying array of new features. While changes in version 12’s Organizer focus on syncing and sharing photos for access on mobile devices, the Elements 12 Editor includes slick Instagram-inspired effects, textures, frames, new guided edits, and a content-aware move tool. Even more exciting is an intuitive image-correction method that remembers how you use it and a red-eye tool that works on animals—two features that even its flagship sibling Photoshop CC doesn’t have...click here to read the full review on Macworld.com
I'm also teaching a free, two-day, online course called Photoshop Elements for Photographers on October 16-17, 2013. For more details and to register, visit the course page on creativeLIVE's website: http://www.creativelive.com/courses/photoshop-elements-photographers-les.... Hope to see you there!