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Feb 06, 2009 13:48 |  #1

I use LR 2 (and PSE 7 on occasion). Adobe is offering CS4 for $299 to PSE users. Since I only use PSE 7 occasionally, Is there something is CS 4 which would justify the purchase?


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Feb 06, 2009 15:07 |  #2

It makes you more attractive to the opposite sex...That alone made it worthwhile to me!

If you only ocasionally use 7 and it's getting the job done....No!


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Feb 06, 2009 20:34 |  #3

neumanns wrote in post #7269227 (external link)
It makes you more attractive to the opposite sex...That alone made it worthwhile to me!

If you only ocasionally use 7 and it's getting the job done....No!

Well since I've been married for 27 (or is it 28?) years I don't need it for that.
Guess I'll blow $300 on somenthing else and let my mistress take my money
Her last name is Canon but B&H is good enough to act as a middleman (Pimp?)


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Feb 06, 2009 21:18 |  #4

I will say this. CS4 has better dodge and burning capabilities. You are no longer saturating or at least not as much while burning/dodging. Also, there is a vibrance adjustment.


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