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A friend told me that there is a special version of photoshop for outdoor work. Is it true?
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What do you mean for outdoor work?  For working on images of outdoors or for working on a laptop outside.
Regardless I think you are being tricked by your friend.

As far as I know there are three versions of Photoshop: LE, Academic and Full (professional)

Academic and Full are the same thing but the licensing is different.  Academic is only offered to students or educational institutions.

LE is a somewhat watered down "Limited" version of Photoshop.

You can see the differences at the Adobe sites:

http://www.adobe.com/products/photoshople/main.html

http://www.adobe.com/products/photoshop/main.html

Then of course there is a Demo version but I don't think that needs explaining.

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Waterproof Photoshop?????
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Dear Forkbeard
Thanks for answer
I mean large size images.
Your answer is perfect.
Thanks again.
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