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Wed, Mar 30, 2011 3:46 PM

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What happened to Adobe Photoshop Album Starter Edition?

I used Photoshop Album for some time, adding tags and making collections. I can no longer activate the product. Have I lost all of my work?

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82 Points

6 years ago

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
Photoshop Album Transition.


I have Photoshop Album 2.0. I have continued to use it after receiving the notice from Adobe that they would no longer be supporting it. At that time I tried unsuccessfully to follow Adobe's advice to transition my entire library over to Photoshop.com. I have just tried again and again could not do it. I like Photoshop Album but am concerned about continuing to use it. What are my options for transferring all my photos over to a new service offering similar features to Photoshop Album?

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82 Points

6 years ago

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
Assistance with retreaving photos from photo shop 3.2 starter edition.


so my problem is some how the adobe photoshop 3.2 starter edition transgferred all my pictures and videos i just shot to it. it will not let me access bacause it says it expired in 2009 and since i do not have a password for it alll pictures are lost. can someone help me please. My mothers pictures are on it , she died in 2012 and i want them.

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92 Points

6 years ago

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Once I have an Adode ID how to I get my photos off the locked version of Adobe Ph....

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112 Points

6 years ago

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Locked photos in Adobe Photshop Album Starter Edition.

Photos locked in Adobe Photoshop Album Starter Edition. How can they be retrieved? I am using Adobe Photoshop Elements 3.0 in Window XP. I never registered the Album Starter Addition.

These pictures are of my son's wedding and can not be replaced. I will gladly pay for any download.

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92 Points

6 years ago

I would love to know the answer to your question - my photos are also locked - I have tried to follow the online instructions and got no where!!

Please can you let me know if you have any success.

bhitchcock@xtra.co.zn

Thanks, Brigid

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90 Points

6 years ago

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled ALBUM 2.0 images.

a photo in album 2.0 was stored somewhere unknown. How can I use that photo even though I cannot reconnect it with the original.

The photo is tattooed with a red square on it. The error message is unless I reconnect it, I will not be allowed to use it - even though it is my photo. How can Adobe be so brazen and tricky and take a photo owned by someone else and then through artifices they restrict the use of it.

They should at least alert the public that they reserve the right to restrict the use of someone's property without their approval. Furthermore photo enthusiasts should find someone who does not aspire to these ugly tactics.

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Your photos were never INSIDE Adobe Photo Album. The red-mark on the thumbnail means the original photo has been moved or removed since you last imported it in APA.

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90 Points

6 years ago

You are absolutely right.

All I know is that I lent or gave Adobe control of my photo's ownership rights. I did this feeling that Adobe was an honorable and trustworthy outfit that would take care of my photo for my benefit.

However, I was maneuvered into taking certain steps which seemed to be related to the processing of the photo.. Now the use of the photo is gone. This occurred without any warning or alert announced. Since I participated in the maneuvering Adobe after a self analysis declared themselves in a no fault position and they refuse to give me back the use of my photo.

This should be a lesson to me of in who I should put absolute trust .

I want Adobe to return to me the use and enjoyment of my photo that I had prior to handing it over to them.

The photo is a representation of a particular moment in time , of particular people in a particular location. The value of the photo is so immense that to lose it is a tragedy. I do not feel this is a serious factor in Adobe,s methodology.

How about a protective measure such as a duplication of the image with an image that carries the risk of loss and preserving the original.

I would strongly suggest to the photo public the admonition do not proceed with an Adobe program without first securing your original in a foolproof safe position.