Does Photoshop have lots of features?

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I have Photo Explosion Deluxe. I was thinking about getting Photoshop, but I was wondering if there are really alot of features as far as editing photos and other projects.
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No, photoshop sucks.. it's only had like 12 years of development, so not a lot of time to add new features, etc ;)
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LOL... :lol:
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Photoshop is awesome. But it can be a bit like owning an aeroplane - you can get a lot more out of it if you know how to use all its gadgets :D
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I love Photoshop. I use it for everything. Well, within limits.
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Well , photoshop is awesome but there is no need of upgrading photoshop versions. I had photoshop 7 and then installed photoshop CS and the only difference was of a single render. But on the whole , it has a lot of features which needs to be explored by a user.
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Yeah, I had 6 and upgraded to CS2. The only differences I can think of are some things are in different places, and there's an extra option in lens flare. Oh, and more blending modes. It's a great program all the same.
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sana wrote:
there is no need of upgrading photoshop versions.

There's plenty of need to upgrade Photoshop depending on your needs.

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I had photoshop 7 and then installed photoshop CS and the only difference was of a single render.

And your needs only saw one difference. My needs saw a big deal of Photoshop CS's native camera RAW support, and a big deal of CS2's much improved RAW support.

There are many many improvements and extra features as each new version of Photoshop is released.
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Lol , Axe maybe i am just used to the old PS 7 , as i said there is a lot to explore in photoshop.
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Yeah, it really all depends on your needs. If it wasn't for the fact that I have a DSLR that shoots RAW files, I'd still be using Photoshop 6 :)
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I still use Photoshop 6. One of my partners has the CS and so far we have yet to discover anything major enough to require that I upgrade. But like Axe said, it all depends on our needs.
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Whats a RAW file?
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