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Adobe Photoshop Elements 6 [MAC] – Available for Pre-Order

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Just a short note for Mac users – to let you know that Adobe’s latest version of Adobe Photoshop Elements 6 (Mac) was announced a month back and is now available for pre-order at Amazon and some other retailers.

It will be released on 1 April (no April fools joke). I’m yet to see a copy of the new version but am hearing some good reports from those who were at it’s launch.

Here’s a little of how Adobe describe the new version:

Adobe Photoshop Elements 6 software for Macintosh combines power and simplicity so you can go beyond the basics. Make your photos look their best, share them in creative ways, and easily find and view them. Photoshop Elements also works great with iPhoto.

  • Organize
  • Edit
  • Create
  • Share

Organize

Download photos from your camera in a snap, see all of your photos in one convenient place, and find photos using visual keyword tags and a variety of viewing options.

Categorize by tagging – Organize with ease for faster searching

Browse your computer’s hard drive and take advantage of great organizational features in Adobe Bridge to tag photos with your own custom keywords; sort photos by name, date, or rating; and even apply labels for ultimate control over your growing photo library.

Smart albums – Choose what you want to browse (New)

Easily hide the photos you don’t want to see by stacking photos that depict the same event or moment or that show different versions of a file. Or use the Reject feature to simply hide photos from view.

Edit

Take advantage of options that make it easy for you to edit your photos your way. You can perform one-click fixes, count on step-by-step editing assistance to learn how to improve your photos, or explore advanced options for finer adjustments.

Create the perfect group shot (New)

Never let a frown or a closed pair of eyes ruin a group photo again. Enhanced Photomerge technology lets you easily combine the best facial expressions and body language from a series of group shots to create a single, perfect composite.

Count on step-by-step assistance (New)

Do you need to touch up a scratch or blemish but you’re not sure how to begin? Photoshop Elements 6 walks you through each editing step to make improving your photos easier than ever.

Create

Show off your photos — and your creativity — in entertaining ways, including photo books, scrapbook pages, personal online albums, and more. Count on step-by-step assistance that helps you get started, or feel free to experiment on your own.

Start creating quickly — no experience necessary (New)

Get step-by-step assistance when starting photo creations like scrapbook pages, cards, and CD/DVD labels. Simply choose the type of creation you’d like to make, and the appropriate tools and instructions appear at your fingertips.

Create exactly the look you envision (New)

Take advantage of flexible layouts to customize all the elements of your chosen design. Adjust layout colors to better complement your photos. Add new graphical elements to enhance or personalize the theme. And add text or effects such as drop shadows and glows.

Share

Once you’ve perfected your photos and creations, easily share them with family and friends. Display them in personal online albums, greeting cards, photo stamps, and more.

Online galleries – Share photos online

Easily upload your photos to a personal online album. Friends and family can view your photos.

Share printed photos in creative ways

Use integrated online offerings to turn your favorite digital photos into professional-quality prints or to create your own calendars, greeting cards, photo stamps, or hardbound photo books that can be delivered directly to your door.

Pre-order Adobe Photoshop Elements 6 (Mac).

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Darren Rowse

Darren Rowse is the editor and founder of Digital Photography School and SnapnDeals. He lives in Melbourne Australia and is also the editor of the ProBlogger Blog Tips. Follow him on Instagram, on Twitter at @digitalPS or on Google+.

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