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Difference Between Adobe Photoshop CS5 and CS5 Extended

Adobe Photoshop CS5 vs CS5 Extended

Adobe Systems, Incorporated is an American company that produces multimedia and creative computer software. It first developed and sold the PostScript page description language. Its products include Coldfusion, Flash, Flex, and Dreamweaver which it acquired from Macromedia.

It entered the computer software business in the 1980s, and in 1989 it introduced Photoshop, which is an editing program for Mackintosh graphics. In the early 1990s, the company released its Portable Document Format (PDF), but it was Photoshop which became its flagship product. Photoshop is part of the Adobe Creative Suite (CS) which includes graphic design, video editing, and web development applications, such as: Acrobat, InDesign, and Photoshop based on PDF, Flash, and PostScript.

The Adobe Photoshop Creative Suite 5 (CS5) was introduced to the market in April, 2010. It provides new tools with powerful capabilities for refined images and paintings. With Adobe Photoshop CS5, users can create sharper images, remove noise, and correct distortions. It allows users to create designs easily and to paint realistic pictures with high quality. It can be used with Photoshop Lightroom, Adobe InDesign, and Adobe Illustrator for more compelling and state-of-the-art pictures and images.
Adobe Photoshop Creative Suite 5 (CS5) Extended, on the other hand, offers upgrades and enhancements to the major tools of Adobe Photoshop CS5. Although more expensive than the other Adobe Photoshop CS5, it has more uses, such as, creating more realistic painting with the use of the Mixer Brush for better color blending.

Some of the features of Adobe Photoshop CS5 Extended are the Content-Aware Fill that allows users to remove objects and contents and fill the space with new refinement tools, and the Shadow Catcher which allows users to create shadows to go with the image. It also allows users to control and adjust images to give them a High Dynamic Range (HDR) look. Objects and images get 3D realism with the Repoussee feature of the Adobe Photoshop CS5 Extended, even 2D materials. Noise can be removed without distorting the color or details of the pictures. Although the Adobe Photoshop CS5 Extended is more expensive, the added features are more than enough to cover the cost. It offers an easier and more effective way to create realistic and clear images and pictures.
Summary:

1.Adobe Photoshop Creative Suite 5 is an editing program created by Adobe Systems, Incorporated which was introduced in April, 2010, while the Adobe Photoshop Creative Suite 5 Extended is also an editing program of Adobe 2.Systems, Incorporated which is an upgrade of the Adobe Photoshop CS5.
3.Both Adobe Photoshop CS5 and Adobe Photoshop CS5 Extended contain similar features, but there are several features that are added to Adobe Photoshop CS5 Extended, such as, the Content-Aware Fill, Repoussee, and the Mixer Brush.
4.Adobe Photoshop CS5 is cheaper while Adobe Photoshop CS5 Extended is more expensive.
5.Both offer 3D enhancements to images and pictures, but those produced with the Adobe Photoshop CS5 Extended are more realistic.


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  1. these are exactly the questions I had when I lost my cs5 in a crash. I went looking for a new program and did not know the difference. Now I can purchase the cs5extended and get up and running again. Thank you so much for the breakdown of the software it was Very useful.

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