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Re: PS Elements



Far be it from me to joust with the experts, but I use PS Elements - don't
feel I can afford PS 6.  When I click on "Image" there is a pulldown labled
"Curves".  Is this different than the Curves you are referring to?

Carr
----- Original Message -----
From: "Carl Grohs" <cgrohs@triad.rr.com>
To: <scan@leben.com>
Sent: Monday, February 04, 2002 9:05 PM
Subject: Re: PS Elements


> From: rafeb@adelphia.net
> Subject: Re: PS Elements
>
> On 4 Feb 2002 at 14:58, Carl Grohs wrote:
>
> > PS Elements is a big enough improvement over PS LE to justify the
minimal
> > cost. It has most of the major features of PS with the exception of the
> > curves control,  <snip>
>
>
> Carl, I don't know if you're right about the Curves control
> being missing in Photoshop Elements -- but if you are
> correct, I'd say that's plenty reason to avoid it like the
> plague.
>
> A graphical/bitmap image editor without a Curves tool
> is worse than useless, IMHO.
>
> rafe b.
>
> ********************
>
> I am right about the curves function not being in PSE. As stated in a
> previous post, it all depends on the individual and what level of image
> control a person needs. Similar corrections, although not as fine and
> precise, can be done with levels and brightness and contrast. It may be
all
> that a particular person requires.
>
> Everyone is entitled to their own opinions but it is the individual that
has
> to make their own decision based on their own needs. Not everyone is a
> printing pro and a lesser or different approach may be fine for them.
>
> I'm not trying to get into a pissin' contest but the statement that "A
> graphical/bitmap image editor without a Curves tool
> is worse than useless, IMHO." is just painting the fence with too broad a
> brush.
>
>
> Warmest Regards,
> Carl Grohs, Jr.    Design Directions    Eden, NC
>
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