You can sign up for a free,
of Adobe’s upcoming Elements application online. The tryout contains an online purchase option, which is, alas, available only to customers in the U.S. and Canada.
Elements, based on Photoshop code, will be a replacement for Photoshop Limited Edition (LE). It will lack some of the high-end features of the parent app, but will introduce others designed to appeal to business users, hobbyists, and digital photographers. See our
Feb. 11 preview
Since it’s based on Photoshop 6, Elements isn’t a Carbonized application. However, it should run just fine in the Classic mode of Mac OS X, according to Adobe. And a X version of Elements is planned. (Thanks to Melvin Rivera Jr. for the heads-up on the demo.)