New versions of Adobe Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements 14 have been released today. This is one of Adobe’s lower-cost photo and video editing software aimed at consumers, in difference from Photoshop and other Adobe’s apps that are designed for professional photographers, web and graphic designers.
One of the most used features in Adobe’s products are auto correct tools. The newest version adds tools that provide much better color, composition, and lighting analysis, with options to select fine details and improve them.
In addition, Adobe’s Premiere Elements 14 now supports 4K video editing, which means the application can import 4K videos crated by the newest iPhone generation. Guided Edits have been improved for adding dramatic effects to videos, making it easy to apply video filters and fine-tuning the visual output.
Both Photoshop Elements 14 and Premiere Elements 14 are available for Mac and Windows for $99.99 each. Bundles are available for $149.99, while existing users can upgrade for $79.99 for one product, or $119 for the bundle.