If you’re considering moving your photos from iPhoto into the recently released Adobe Photoshop Elements 9 (or rather, Adobe Photoshop Elements 9 Organizer, which is the separate organizer application that comes with Photoshop Elements), you’ll want to snag version 9.0.2 of Adobe’s slimmed-down version of Photoshop. Adobe is saying only that the update “provides fixes for Import from iPhoto,” but that’s sufficient, given that in our testing of the previous version, the feature didn’t work at all with iPhoto ’11. ($99 new, free update, 2.9 MB)
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For $80 one can get Apple's Aperture. Is it really worth getting the Adobe product? What advantage is there in getting a watered down product for $99, when you can get a pro product for $80?
Does anyone know a way of downloading and manually installing the update?