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PostHeaderIcon Photoshop for Free?!

Yes, free.

Of course, it’s not the full version of Photoshop, or even the light version, Elements.

With online image editors becoming more popular, Adobe has decided to add the not inconsiderable weight of their brand name to the game with last week’s beta release of Photoshop Express. Express is designed for use by the casual photo manipulator; people who just want to clean up a picture before posting it on the web or emailing to friends. There will, of course, be upsell opportunities, mostly to Adobe’s Elements–lighter than Photoshop, more significant than Express.

Check out the full skinny at Wired.com, or head on over to the Adobe Express site and see for yourself.

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