There are three versions of Perfect Photo Suite, and you may be asking yourself which is the right one for you. Well, the most basic and the first one is a self-contained standard application. And this is great if you don't have any other image processing applications and you simply want to be able to bring in your images, make them stunning and export them out to the web or to print. Now you might have additional applications, such as cataloging applications, such as Lightroom or Aperture or maybe even Photoshop Elements.
There's a version you can use with these applications also. It allows you to step outside of Lightroom or step outside of Aperture, leverage the power of Perfect Photo Suite, and when you're done your new images are then put into those catalogs for you to access. Now, if you've been using Photoshop for a long time or, even if you're new to Photoshop, there's a third version of the application that tightly integrates with Photoshop. From with inside of Photoshop, you can step directly into the individual elements of Perfect Photo Suite or the entire Suite itself.
And when you're done modifying an image, you can step back into Photoshop and finish your processing. The nice thing is, is that no matter which type of photographer you are, and which type of image processor you are, there's a version of Perfect Photo Suite just for you.
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