“I find Photoshop Elements 10 and Premiere Elements 10 to be a high quality product and reasonably priced at just $119.00 for both!!”
Mamalovesherbargains.com, Brett Martin, March 19, 2012
"Keeping its spot as the most powerful photo and video editing software for casual users, Adobe's Elements software line meets and exceeds expectations with its latest release."
"For current users of Elements 8 or earlier versions, the update is well worth picking up."
The Epoch Times, Joshua Philipp, January 3, 2011
"Adobe Photoshop Elements and Adobe Premiere Elements for Mac and Windows are two topnotch products for the Mac."
"What may be my favorite feature in both Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements is the Organizer, which is accessible from both apps."
MacNews, Dennis Sellers, January 6, 2011
"I've long been a fan, and the newest "prosumer" offerings from the firm — Adobe Photoshop Elements 9 and Adobe Premiere Elements 9 — do anything but disappoint."
"Overall, these are great products, and the bundle price, especially, represents a stupendous value. With the holidays coming, it seems a 'no-brainer' to pick these two up, and get to work with them. "
The Washington Times, Mark Kellner, September 21, 2010
"Overall, I'm impressed with the new Elements apps– Photoshop Elements, especially, since it provides so much of the power of Photoshop CS5 for one-sixth the price. "
Technologizer, Harry McCracken, September 21, 2010
"Premiere Elements finds the solid middle ground between simplicity and control. I definitely prefer it to iMovie."
"…Adobe should be praised for "democratizing" their pro apps so eagerly. The new parent who uses Photoshop Elements to touch up the baby photo that she'll be gazing at in various frames for the rest of her life loves her copy of Photoshop as much as the fashion magazine art director who uses Photoshop CS5 to clean up a portrait of a coked-out actress that will appear on a million copies of the September issue."
The Chicago Sun-Times, Andy Ihnatko, November 1, 2010
"If you can't afford the big-tent abracadabra of something like Photoshop CS5, don't despair. Just pony up for the affordable Elements magic kit and amaze your friends. 'Wow!' they will say. 'Amazing!' they will gasp."
"There's a fine line between image magic and the Encyclopedia of Immaturity but Elements 9 keeps well clear of it with useful tricks for stills and amazing transformations for movies."
Imaging Resource, Mike Pasini, March 19, 2010
"All in all, the Photoshop Elements 8 and Premiere Elements 8 bundle is a really great, well-rounded and affordable package, offering not only an easy-to-use solution for editing images and video with plenty of creative control, but also your best bet in organizing your digital media. Highly recommended."
"For each of these programs, Adobe has gone all-out in providing a killer toolset that really delivers the goods in well-rounded packages for image and video solutions, and yet quite affordable in comparison to the fuller Creative Suite counterpart."
Renderosity, Nick C. Sorbin, March 1, 2010
"Each time I see a new version of these old staples I think "What more can be done to make these photo and video products better. Every update by Adobe amazes me."
Reviews4You.com, Harry Skevington, March 19, 2010
"Adobe dominates the Digital Media Studio category. The Photoshop/Premiere Elements 8 bundle provides more tools, features, and editing capabilities than any other product in this category."
TopTenREVIEWS, Nick Dragon, October 2, 2009
"Photoshop Elements 8 and Premiere Elements 8 are interesting upgrades because some cutting-edge technology from the professional-grade Creative Suite 4 (CS4) has migrated to the Elements consumer lineup. …consumers will be excited about the new features because they represent the most jaw-dropping advances found in CS4."
"…both Elements applications are excellent consumer choices and a good value for the money."
Designorati, Jeremy Schultz, November 16, 2009
"All in all, this package of image- and video-editing programs is unsurpassed for ease of use, variety of features, options for creative expression, and spectrum of output and sharing choices."
The Kleper Report on Digital Publishing, Michael Kleper, September/December 2009 issue
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