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  1. qwer0

    Easy to use complex auto files renaming (in PS Elements for example or Lightroom) – I have a lot of photos made on some holidays and after doing some correction in Adobe I’d like to have it sorted in folder chronologically because after some time I can’t remember what was first and what was after (when showing large amount of photos burned on CD). For example, a photo made after another should have bigger number as a name.

    It’s not an image correction feature but it’s still a software modification proposal, so count me in :)

  2. John d

    I want this, count me please

    john d

  3. Kevin B
  4. In Photoshop CS6, I’d like to see a 3D perspective view, for easier use of the great 3D toolset in Photoshop Extended.

  5. Glenn Piper

    The feature I would most like to see making its way into Photoshop CS6 / Elements 11 is the refocus ability they demonstrated recently at the AdobeMax event. :-)

  6. I would love to see action makers in Elements 11!

  7. polo

    Adobe needs to make a Photographers and Video bundle…
    It would include among others:
    Adobe Photoshop CS6
    Lightroom 4
    Etc..
    And it should be priced affordably for the enthusiast.

    Adobe should make it possible to upgrade from Photoshop Elements to Lightroom x and Photoshop CSx.
    Users of Photoshop Elements should be able to receive any currently available upgrade price.

    Adobe should refine its product line and look at what products can be combined or retired.
    Right now, Adobe has a multiplicity of confusing products with much overlap and redundancy.
    Simplify product lines. Simplify products.

  8. Cathy

    Would love to be able to do triptychs on adobe photoshop elements 11 with a click of a button.

  9. Ward

    In Photoshop Elements 11, I would like enhanced, enriched backup and synchronization features. Members of my household regularly want to browse my entire Photoshop library. Plus, I want the confidence that should my computer crash, I will be able to restore the library to the exact state from a passive backup. The usefulness of the existing feature is limited by its design. For instance, backup/sync does not maintain location, stacks, tags, etc. This makes it difficult to locate backed up photos on a synchronized computer.

  10. polo

    @ProDesignTools

    Going forward, Adobe should make the upgrade from Photoshop Elements to Photoshop CS5 be $199.
    Same upgrade policy for Photoshop Elements as for other products like Illustrator, Dreamweaver etc. This is not a technical challenge, just a price challenge.

    Adobe should challenge itself to provide a photo & video bundle at an affordable cost. Let’s say a very affordable and reasonable price. The bundle could include but not limited to:

    Photoshop CS6
    Lightroom 4
    Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
    Adobe After Effects CS6

    So for the next version, Adobe should challenge itself not only technically, but also price-wise, marketing-wise etc…

  11. I would really love the ability to create an awesome slideshow/gallery in the new Adobe CS6, especially within Dreamweaver. I would also love a large amount of templates to be included for Dreamweaver, InDesign and Illustrator. Thank you!

  12. Grr

    I would like to see more Cloud collaboration for Acrobat.

    Please count me in,

    Thanks, Grr

  13. Kari

    I would like to see LR and PSE combined. Both are expensive to buy separately, so a lower price would be great too!

  14. Cale

    I would like to see in future versions of Adobe Photoshop Elements:

    Less Memory/RAM usage, so we as consumers do not have to purchase/upgrade our PC’s every year as well as the wonderful new content from Adobe.

    An anti-glare brush, so it would make things a lot more easier to reduce the glare from an object in a photo rather than going through a whole list of things to achieve the ideal “matte” like finish.

    A less cluttered and more user-friendly interface that is easy to navigate.

    The cluttered interface might scare potential customers away when they try the free trials. It took me 2 weeks to feel competent enough to use Photoshop, 1 year later and I still have not aced it. But I sure do love how I can transform a photo into what I want to see it as.

    Cale

  15. hatstead

    In Photoshop Elements, get rid of the Organizer and replace it with Lightroom.
    Also, make the batch renaming process more user-friendly.

  16. Janice

    Better slideshow features. Agree with those on getting rid of Organizer and replacing it with Lightroom.

  17. Anita

    I also would like LR to be part of PSE. In LR4 I would like to be able to email slideshows, have a better print interface and make switching catalogues and managing them easier. Thanks!

  18. Janie Daniels

    I would like for Photoshop CS6 be more affordable, I have PSE 9 still and would love to be able to afford an upgrade to CS6! I like the $199.00 price to upgrade.

    I also love the idea to bundle Photoshop CS6, Lightroom 4, Adobe Premiere Pro 6, Adobe After Effects CS6 for a reasonable price!

  19. Dayna

    @ polo

    I just upgraded my PSE 7 to CS5 for $159.

    I like the idea of bundling Lightroom and PS/PSE together.

  20. Jack

    I would like to see Photoshop CS6 recognize all older image file types. They removed recognition and support of Kodak CD files with CS5. Why??? I have a few hundred of them that I have to use another program to open and then convert to another format so I can work in Photoshop with them. Is it that hard to recognize them that they can’t do it with the new version while my older version did so?

  21. Jack

    I would also like Lightroom to work with an interface like Photoshop. I have Lightroom and don’t use it because it is totally different. Looking at tutorials have me more confused than ever. Calling tech help was worse yet. Why a new program the doesn’t build on what they have? So, it sits unused and I’ll probably get rid of it soon.

  22. Jody

    I’d love to see LR and CS combined. Why not? :)

  23. Pierre P

    I would like to see real “levels” sliders in Lightroom 4

  24. Nancy

    In LR3 (which I use everyday and love) it seems that the date that the images were made has disappeared from the import dialogue panel.

    I often can’t remember the exact date of a shoot and sometimes have more than one shoot on a single card.

    In LR4 I would appreciate a prompt of the date the shoot took place – I seem to remember this in LR2.

    Many thanks!

  25. yvonne

    I would like to see Photoshop CS6 to ship with the Anti-blur algorithm feature that was introduced at Max 2011. This feature is amazing and I sure could use it to rescue some botched shots.

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