Signing up for Photoshop.com


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Signing up for Photoshop.com

When you launch Elements and open the welcome screen, you see this promotion for creating an Adobe ID. You maybe wondering what that's all about. An Adobe ID will get you access to Photoshop.com which is Adobe's online service that ties indirectly to the Elements desktop software and extend some of Elements capabilities to the web. If you create an Adobe ID, you'll be able to put albums that you make in Elements up on a web site devoted to you at Photoshop.com. You'll also be able to backup your catalogs of photos and synchronize changes that you make on your computer to your Photoshop.com account and also synchronize between multiple computers that you may have running Elements 9.

There are two versions of Photoshop.com; one is free and one is a paid version of the service. The main difference between the two is the amount of space that you get to upload photos and to backup. Currently, the free Photoshop.com gives you 2 GB of space but for a fee, you can have different lev...

Signing up for Photoshop.com
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Signing up for Photoshop.com provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 9 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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