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Adobe Photoshop Elements 2018 for PC and Mac gets a rare 40 percent discount

We loved Adobe's Photoshop Elements 2018 and its helpful automatic, guided features when we reviewed the popular photo editing suite last October. But even though it's a great program, that $100 price tag tends to keep people away. Today, however, Amazon and B&H Photo Video have Photoshop Elements 2018 on sale for $60, a savings of 40 percent.

The B&H offer is a limited-time sale for Mac and Windows (download or DVD) that ends around 11 p.m. Eastern time on Tuesday. The Amazon deal doesn't have a specific end date, but it's for the boxed version of the software only, for both Windows and Mac.

The latest version of Photoshop Elements offers a number of great features for any photo enthusiast. The Open Closed Eyes feature lets you swap open eyes from one photo onto a pair of closed eyes on another. 

There's also a revamped slideshow tool with an Auto Curate feature to help select the best shots from your latest trip. The Organizer app also received a refresh with the aforementioned Auto Curate option built-in.

Adobe's popular Photoshop software doesn't go on sale all that often, so take advantage of that lower price while it lasts.

[Today's deal: Adobe Photoshop Elements 2018 at Amazon and B&H.]

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