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Adobe Photoshop CS3 [Mac] [OLD VERSION]

by Adobe
Platform : Mac OS X Intel, Mac OS X

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  • Builds on Photoshop CS2 with dozens of improvements
  • Boost your productivity with a streamlined interface, enhancements to raw-image processing and asset management workflows, and more
  • Experience unrivaled editing power with nondestructive filters, more precise color-correction controls, and more powerful cloning and healing tools
  • Easily create rich composites using new tools for automatically aligning and blending layers and making quick selections
  • Ideal for photographers, graphic designers, Web designers, and print service providers

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  • Platform:   Mac OS X Intel, Mac OS X
  • Media: DVD-ROM
  • Item Quantity: 1

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
A huge step up from Elements July 30 2007
By DigitalMan - Published on
I had a hard time convincing myself to shell out over $600 for this product. I downloaded the 30 day trial and worked with it for a few days, but the price was still a sticking point for me. So I decided if it ever went below $600 I would buy it, and fortunately Amazon put it on sale for a couple of days for $585. I took the leap and am glad I did. Now that I have worked with it seriously for about a week the performance gains from native Intel support and automation of workflows has made me very productive. Keep an eye out for occasional deals, they will pop up.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Regarding CS3 purchase March 18 2013
By Patti Collier - Published on
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This product was sold as a complete version of Photoshop CS3. However, it is actually and upgrade version. No one can purchase this product and use it without having the underlying version and serial number to match. This should be taken off the market, as, according to Adobe, no one would be able to use it without the corresponding serial number. It was a huge disappointment, and I would never order from this company again.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Quick review if you've never used Photoshop June 15 2008
By Jamey Key - Published on
I'm not going to attempt to give an extensive review because I'm not a power user. However, if you are considering using Photoshop for the first time, and you can get past the high price, and you have some time to invest in learning it, and a lot of time to invest using's an amazing piece of software. I just do occasional nick nac graphics work and I can't live without it. Ive been using Photoshop for about 10 years and probably don't use 20% of it's power or features, but it is indispensable. I use it to create web graphics and save, touch up and modify all kinds of graphic files. The best thing about Photoshop is that you work in layers and can save and view any number of layer combinations which keeps your graphic alive and oh so usable. If you're even considering paying the high price for this AND you are going to actually use it, go ahead and buy it. You will never regret owning Photoshop.

When I upgraded to Snow Leopard, I did have problems with CS3. I ended up turning off all of the type options and it seems to be working.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Big Difference Oct. 27 2007
By Carlton Ward - Published on
I was going to skip CS3 (since I have CS2) and wait for the next version they come out with, but I just recently bought an Imac and decided to download the trial version of CS3 (with intentions of transitioning my CS2 licence from PC to mac) but the new ACR and Bridge are so much better, I decided to buy it and keep my CS2 version for my backup PC. Adobe Raw Converter is now functional enough that once you make your edits and save as .tif & you are done with it. I usually made some changes in ACR (on CS2) saved and then tweaked the .tifs again to get my images where I wanted them. Sometimes, I do very slight changes and the image really blossums into a beautiful photograph. I have only had this for a couple of weeks and am still learning about the differences so I am a little premature in my ability to cover all of its capabilities, but I will say that what I see so far is very impressive. Adobe Bridge is also easier to work with and I like the new layout of it as well.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
The latest and greatest... Feb. 25 2008
By mashny - Published on
It's almost pointless to review Photoshop: If you need a high-end photo editor, there's really no competition to it. That being said, I'm very happy with CS3: it runs quickly on my Intel Macintosh (no lag, as someone else has pointed out), has all the features I could want, and is robust enough that I'm always learning new ways to use it.