Adobe Unveils Photoshop and Premiere Elements 13

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Adobe has just unveiled a new version of Photoshop Elements 13 and Premiere Elements 13. There are some new features that have been included in the latest versions.

Photoshop Elements 13

The new features will definetely appeal the creative users of this photo and video editing software, Photoshop Elements 13 and Premiere Elements 13. It is not the first time Adobe has delivered updates to its photo and video editing software, Adobe does it every year and does it very well.



 

There are some new and easy to use editing tools that have been added to both the apps. With “Photomerge compose” you are able to lift subjects from one photo and move them into another photo with proper lighting and other effects. New cropping tools will make your photo and video editing experience even better. Guided Edits is another interesting feature in Photshop Elements. With Guided Edits now you are able to perform difficult edititng tasks and the interesting thing of this feature is you are not required to know how to do them. There 3 Guided Edits in the Photoshop Elements 13.  

 

The new versions of the Photoshop and Premiere Elements also come with the support for High DPI on Windows and Retina Displays on Macs and and new 64-bit support for Premiere Elements and the Elements Organizer on additional Windows systems. If you are new user and want to learn the basics of photo and video editing then Adobe’s learning center is the right place for you. In “Elements Live” most of your questions are answered. Element Live is an easy and quick way to access the information you are looking for.

 

Photoshop Premiere Elements 13 will cost you $150 and Adobe will make it available for sale in foutht and last quarter of 2014.

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