Digital Photography2010 --- The current version is 8.0 Photoshop Elements 11.0
We normaly don't upgrade unless the newer version has some feature we want.
For our trip to Utah earlier this year we added a couple of circular polarized filters to our collection of photography equipment.
July 2009: Added Canon Rebel T1i 15 meg
This camera will also take 1080i video.
Canon 55-200 IS lens
Canon 18-55 IS lens
Upgraded to Adobe Photolements 10.0
We built our catalog on a 2 TB external drive as P: so whatever system we
connect the drive to it's found by PhotoElements therefore we only maintain one copy of the picture.
In addition we have added software Active@Disk Image to backup our drives
http://www.disk-image.net/ We back up our systems C: and other drives to a 1.5 Tb external drive.
We also added a JVC Video & Still camera for somthing smaller and easy to carry
Product Description: JVC Everio GZ-HM690 Digital Camcorder - 2.7" - Touchscreen LCD - CMOS - Full HD SD - Black
Achieve superior low-light performance for fantastic Full HD video and stills, whatever the scene. Loaded with 64GB internal Flash memory and an SDXC card slot, 40x optical zoom, Advanced Image Stabilizer, and 2.7 Frameless Touch Panel LCD for easy and smooth operation. A range of features make shooting more fun than ever.
Product Specification: JVC Everio GZ-HM690 Digital Camcorder - 2.7" - Touchscreen LCD - CMOS - Full HD SD - Black
Epson PictureMate 4x6 printer / Card reader
Software: Photoshop CS & Photoshop Elements 10.0
Having used both Photoshop CS and Photoshop Elements 4.0 it is my opinion that the
Photoshop elements is a GREAT by and with it's cataloging ability the best bang for the buck.
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