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PRESS RELEASE: New Storage Options for Photoshop Elements 7 and Premiere Elements 7 Customers
Available now, Photoshop Elements 7 and Premiere Elements 7 customers with Photoshop.com Basic and Plus membership can purchase additional storage options. Available pricing and options are as follows:
• A total of 20 GB for $19.99/year
• A total of 40 GB for $39.99/year
• A total of 100 GB for $99.99/year
Plus membership: In addition to receiving exciting benefits such as ongoing deliveries of seasonal artwork, album templates and tutorials, Plus members have the following additional storage options:
• A total of 20 GB for $49.99/year
• A total of 40 GB for $69.99/year
• A total of 100 GB for $129.99/year
New Storage Options
Additionally, beginning November 11, Photoshop.com Basic members who do not own Photoshop Elements 7 or Premiere Elements 7 will also be able to purchase expanded storage space. For these online-only users, available pricing and options are as follows:
• A total of 20 GB is available for $19.99/year
• A total of 40 GB is available for $39.99/year
• A total of 100 GB is available for $99.99/year
Photoshop.com is constantly evolving and dynamically delivering updates to its users. The following new features will also be available on November 11:
• Ability to import Google GMail, MSN Hotmail, and Yahoo Mail address books for fast photo distribution to friends and family.
• Regular updates on what friends post on Photoshop.com. Users can go to Browse and click on their favorite gallery or album to add friends and be notified as soon as they publicly post new photos.
• The AIR Uploader for automatically keeping photos synced between Photoshop.com and your computer.
Please visit Photoshop.com for additional information.
(First posted on Tuesday, November 4, 2008 at 11:19 EST)