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Diffence between CS3 Full Version & CS3 Extended??

 
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Dec 22, 2008 20:07 |  #1

Help - Can someone please tell me in a nut shell what the difference is between CS3 Full Version and the Extended Version?

I'm interested in HDR Photography which version should I purchase?

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Dec 22, 2008 20:51 |  #2

"Photoshop CS3 Extended includes all the features of Photoshop CS3 plus customized features meant for professionals using specialized images including 3D and motion based content. Photoshop CS3 Extended enables easy editing of motion graphics on video layers as well as compositing and texture editing of 3D content. Photoshop CS3 Extended also includes measurement and visualization tools that allow deeper analysis of scientific and engineering images."

Everything you want to know is on the ADOBE site. it took 1 google search to find this.




  
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Dec 22, 2008 22:02 |  #3

I've never seen any benefit to photographers in the purchase of the Extended version.

Has anybody on these boards ever used the extended features in their pursuit of photography?


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Dec 22, 2008 22:06 |  #4

Damo77 wrote in post #6930319 (external link)
I've never seen any benefit to photographers in the purchase of the Extended version.

Has anybody on these boards ever used the extended features in their pursuit of photography?

Only as the optimal solution for using stills in a video project...

(And for most folks, it isn't necessary)


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Dec 22, 2008 22:28 |  #5

I have CS4 Extended.. I've never used any of the extended features for photography.


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Dec 22, 2008 22:30 |  #6

Same. Never used the Extended suite.


Anyone know anything anywhere anymore?

  
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Dec 22, 2008 23:20 as a reply to  @ watchtherocks's post |  #7

For HDR I'd recommend Photomatix. http://www.hdrsoft.com​/ (external link)


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Dec 23, 2008 01:45 as a reply to  @ D Thompson's post |  #8

I got CS3 extended cheaper than normal CS3 with the education discount, so I couldn't say no :p


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Dec 23, 2008 01:53 |  #9

I have extended but only because it is part of design premium. i have never used the additional features nor do I know how to.


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Dec 23, 2008 05:10 |  #10

Damo77 wrote in post #6930319 (external link)
Has anybody on these boards ever used the extended features in their pursuit of photography?

Not me.
I have CS2 and CS4.
A photographer I work for has CS3 extended, because it's part of the suite.


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