If you are considering an upgrade to Adobe Photoshop Elements 10, you will be excited to know that based on our preliminary testing, all MCP Photoshop Actions for Elements are compatible. We’ll keep you posted if we find any conflicts and let you know the fixes for them. If you buy PSE10, look under the section for PSE9 to find all compatible actions. We will update our site, product descriptions, and categories in the upcoming month.
Now for the bigger question, “should you upgrade to Elements 10?”
- Crop guides – when cropping a photo, you can overlay either a rule of thirds guide or a golden ratio guide to help you perfect your composition and create stronger photographs.
- Text on a path – this means that you can create text that curves and flows around objects. This will be a great tool for scrapbookers and graphic design students.
- Facebook integration - users will be able to tag photos based on their Facebook friends list.
While those are great features for photo editing software, especially the crop guides, they’re probably not going to change your editing life. If you have Elements 9, consider spending your money on a MCP Photoshop Actions for Elements or PSE training classes.
If, however, you have Elements 8 or a version earlier than that, this upgrade might be worth your investment. Elements 9 was the first version of Elements to allow you to add layer masks. That’s huge! Elements 9 also introduced a content-aware spot healing brush that helps in portrait retouching.
So, if you’re still struggling to create layer mask workarounds in your older version of Elements, now just might be the time for you to upgrade.
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