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make your own catalog [on the web]
When disk space and memory were more expensive, it was costly to use Photoshop in terms of those resources. Nowadays, those constraints are greatly lessened. And digital cameras and cameraphones have proliferated. Leading to a huge source of images that people now have to catalog and store. This has created a great demand that Elements 3 tries to meet. Probably successfully, according to this book. A lot of the text talks about the many things you can do to change a single image. Cropping, rotating, resizing, tweaking colour levels and so on. Quite a bit here. Though still much less than in the full Photoshop. But Adobe realised that not everyone needs the latter. But the more distinctive features of the book revolve around printing images and organising these images into a catalog. The latter includes the special but vital case where you want to make the catalog viewable on the Web. Elements gives you an alternative to the Web offerings by Kodak and others, who want to host your photos. Some of you will much prefer to be able to do this on your own websites. Elements can help.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.