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Adobe Photoshop CS3 Upgrade [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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  • UPGRADE INFORMATION: You can upgrade to Adobe Photoshop CS3 from Photoshop 7.0, CS, or CS2.


System Requirements

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

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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Still the best April 28 2007
By RonAnnArbor - Published on Amazon.com
This is a wonderful upgrade, especially for those of us with Intel Macs -- fast, tightly integrated, with a handful of new features. The easy-select tool has already made my life a joy when post processing. Comes with instructional/tutorial DVD -- watch it! It will get you going with this version within an hour and explains all the new features.
39 of 47 people found the following review helpful
be careful with upgrades June 8 2007
By Lee Grossman - Published on Amazon.com
I am a long-time photoshop user and fan on both Mac and PC platforms. Recently I bought this upgrade for my Mac (from CS-2)and it rejected my serial numbers: it seems I had the CS-2 suite, and could not upgrade the photoshop segment alone. The reason I had the suite (which I did not want) is that Adobe sent it to me (without my realizing it) when I did a cross-platform upgrade from CS-2 on my PC. Now if I want CS-3 I have to buy it as a stand-alone. Also: be careful with other Adobe products, e.g. Lightroom conflicts with Bridge (at least in CS-2).
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Worth the Money Jan. 15 2008
By Bailey - Published on Amazon.com
I did not want to upgrade because I was totally happy with Photoshop 7.0. Then I got OS X.5.1 and the old Photoshop didn't work anymore. I was truly miffed and thought that I would just abandon Adobe. After looking around for alternatives, I finally decided on CS3 anyway. Boy, am I glad I did! I am having a great time with it and I love the new features. Bridge is great.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Very impressive! July 12 2007
By Glenn Zander - Published on Amazon.com
I upgraded to this from version 7 of Photoshop and am very impressed with the improvements - especially in the Bridge application that came with the package. I especially like the ability to open even jpg files in the "raw" mode in order to do lens aberration corrections. The exposure controls it gives in the raw format are great! I The demonstration videos on a separate dvd are very helpful in giving an overview of key features of the software.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
They finally listened! Sept. 15 2007
By Coronet Blue - Published on Amazon.com
The first time I launched CS3 I was thrilled to see I could go through the menus and turn off the 75% of things I will never use. CMYK output, dopey filters and so on. What a pleasure to pull down a menu and see exactly what I use and nothing else. I even found myself turning some things on, like soft proofing.

Well, this would be enough for five stars. But where is the manual? Adobe manuals have consistently been excellent--and necessary. They are frequently better than the Classroom in a Book, Missing Manual, etc.