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    My first copy of PSE

    I found an old mail folder with my shopping from 1999 - and there was my first order for Photoshop Elements, not long (I think) after its release. The price was 69.99, which I understand equates to around 96 today.

    And today's price for PSE 11 on Amazon UK is 59.99.

    And I don't think PSE 1 was up to much (though I can't really remember).

    What very good value today's PP software is, at least in my opinion.

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    Re: My first copy of PSE

    The price was 69.99
    I recall that's exactly what I paid for my first copy (which was PSE6).

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    Re: My first copy of PSE

    Dave,
    I agree, I have PSE9 and I think it a cracking program.
    I can't remember how much I paid, but it was around the 59.99 figure you quote.

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    Re: My first copy of PSE

    I got my first copy of PSE (don't remember which number it was) when I purchased an Olympus C5050Z P&S camera sometime in the mid 1990's. It was a full copy, not a trial copy like the versions provided these days.

    I purchased PSE-10 at COSTCO (a USA membership store) on sale for $50 U.S. Dollars and later purchased a full version of PS CS6 for $250 during a very short lived sale (for persons who were regstered owners of PSE). Believe it or not, I like both these programs and will sometimes use one and other times use the other. If I had to make a choice between them, I'd choose PS CS6 but, since I have both programs I use whichever is easiest and quickest for me. There are somethings automated with PSE-10 that I like, like making a photo collage such as this one which I assembled very quickly and automatically while I was preparing to leave for a dog rescue event...
    My first copy of PSE

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