* **Internet:** You’ll find Photoshop tutorials and articles online at the following Web sites: `www.thesite.org/tutorials` and `www.sonycreative.com/photoshop/`
* **iBooks:** If you look up the book _Photoshop for Designers_, you can find some useful tutorials on the Web at these sites: `www.nostarch.com/photoshop4designers` and `www.sonycreative.com/photoshop/`
* **iTunes:** If you search iTunes for “photoshop,” you can find a number of useful tutorials and apps that you can download for free.
Some digital photographers and artists even run different versions of Photoshop and use them both interchangeably. Read on to see the differences between Photoshop and Photoshop Elements.
Quickly overview of Photoshop vs Photoshop Elements:
Key Differences Between Photoshop and Photoshop Elements
Where Photoshop is the versatile, the professional version of Photoshop and Photoshop Elements is used by hobbyists to edit images for personal use, as it is ideal for beginners. Photoshop Elements contains more than 70 new features that make it an ideal choice for people working with images.
In this article we will look at some of the main differences between Photoshop and Photoshop Elements, and we will also take a look at what functions they share.
Photoshop Vs Photoshop Elements:
Installing Photoshop vs Photoshop Elements:
There is a free edition of Photoshop Elements available which is a lot smaller than Photoshop which costs £60 to download. The free version is available for Windows and Mac operating systems.
When installing Photoshop Elements there are two installation options, you can either install the basic edition or the full one. In most cases, this will be the same, but there are a few extra features that you can’t use in the free version of Photoshop Elements. The full version has more Photoshop functionality which is ideal for graphic designers or people who work in advertising and marketing.
Larger features include, but are not limited to:
Themes, backgrounds and more
3D effects, text and shape tools
Shapes, curves, levels and more
Image stabilisation, motion blur and more
Retouching, painting and healing tools
The likes of fixing a blemish, clipping hair, adding more objects and brushes, and several others
The ability to add a background image, layer styles, metadata, text and shape layers
Alignment, placement and more
There are also specific areas where Photoshop Elements has more functionality than Photoshop, for example:
There are more professional tools
You can’t do some things in Elements
If you’re building a website or blog, there are more things you can do in Photoshop
Photoshop Elements Vs Adobe Photoshop
The new features in Photoshop Elements are not a direct replacement for the professional version of Photoshop. Elements has 70 tools in the same places as Photoshop and has more or less the same
Last updated on.From the section Athletics
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Rio Olympics 2016 silver medallist Mo Farah has joined BBC Radio 5 live’s weekly athletics podcast, providing analysis from next month’s Rio Games.
Farah, the 2012 gold medallist in the 5,000m and 10,000m, will make his debut on Monday Night Track.
He is joined by BBC Sport pundit and double Olympic champion Laura Deas and athletics presenter Steve Cram.
The podcast, produced by the BBC Sport editorial team, will be available to listen on BBC iPlayer and the red button from 11:00 to 16:00 on Mondays.
BBC Sport comment expert Barry Glendenning, former Olympic silver medallist Haseeb Murtuja and Olympic track medallist Samantha Murray will also be involved.
The podcasters were picked by fans who followed a number of programmes made before the London 2012 Games.
Farah said: “It’s an honour to be a part of the BBC’s track podcast.
“I’ve always enjoyed the live nature of the sport, so this comes naturally to me.”
He added: “This is an exciting opportunity to be involved, both in a broadcast way but also to be an advocate for my sport.
“I’m looking forward to working with Steve Cram and Laura.”
Farah has been chosen to cover three events at the Rio Olympics – the 3,000m steeplechase, 5,000m and 10,000m.
You can listen to Farah’s debut here on Monday Night Track from 11:00 on the BBC Radio 5 live website and app.People love to draw flowers. From the origins of blossoming plants to the natural beauties of wildflowers and native flowers, people seek out landscapes with natural beauty.
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Are there any good books that discuss ways to combat cross talk in a preamplifier?
We just got a preamplifier and I was wondering what books/resources there are out there that would help me deal with cross talk?
We are working on making it sound good and natural, but some of the points we have come up with that we would like to test are:
Distance between preamp and source
Warm up time of the preamp
Other possible ways to test the preamp to see if it has cross talk issues?
We are using a model 1020 preamp with a Nordost silver maestal loudspeaker system.
We have been using Yamaha hx-5000 preamp and Yamaha CDP’s so far and it hasn’t been an issue but we were wondering if there are better ways to handle it?
This is a first time I’ve used a preamplifier and I’m hoping to pick up some tips and tricks from this.
Preamp cross-talk is more or less independent of amplifier. It is primarily a function of the proximity of the preamp’s input/output devices and the speaker cabinet, and the nature and impedance of the speaker’s voice coil (for tube speakers). When the speaker voice coil is driven directly from an op amp with no buffering stage between the two, then the signals driving the voice coil will feed back directly, but only at a few things:
when the speaker vibrates at the frequency of the signal, for example if the system is using a resonant speaker cabinet;
if the preamp only supplies -12 dB of gain, then the feedback will be attenuated by this amount.
If the system is using a large or long distance transformer, then the preamp signals will feed back into the speaker, but only at the frequency of the signal.
If a preamp uses a large number of gain stages and these feedback to the amplifier, then the amplifier is unlikely to suffer the full effects of the feedback, so this is not likely to be an issue.
It’s also worth remembering that the impedance of speaker voice coil is primarily inductive at higher frequencies, and is resistive at lower frequencies, and that different types of speaker have a variable impedance characteristic across the audio frequency range.
For further info, Ronson and Alstry have two great books on the subject.
Windows OS (please refer to the product’s manual for supported versions):
Version of Windows:
Windows XP (SP2 or later):
Processor: Athlon™ XP (Core Duo), Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor
Windows 7 (32-bit only):
Processor: Intel Core™ i5, Intel Core™ i7
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Storage: 8 GB available space
Graphics: Intel® GMA X4500, Intel® GMA 950, or an equivalent graphics card