What you need to know
- Today Adobe released both Photoshop Elements 2021 and Adobe Premiere Elements 2021.
- Photoshop Elements focuses on image manipulation while Premiere Elements focuses on video editing.
- The updates for both programs include several new features and tutorials.
Today, Adobe announced that Photoshop Elements 2021 and Premiere Elements 2021 have released. Both programs are more beginner-friendly versions of Adobe's more powerful software with the first one focusing on image enhancements while the second focuses on modifying videos.
This update brings several new editing features in Photoshop Elements 2021 and Premiere Elements 2021. The most notable additions for Photoshop Elements 2021 are the ability to tilt and adjust faces as well as the addition of several helpful Guided Edits to do things like help you swap out the sky in your images or to convert an image into two colors.
As for Premiere Elements 2021, you can now select objects in your videos and apply edits plus there are two new Guiding Edits to help you place matte overlays or create double exposures for your video projects. Photoshop Elements 2021 and Premiere Elements 2021 are both currently available for purchase.
Create the perfect photos
By following guided edits and using simplified tools you can easily enhance your most cherished photos to make them look even better. Brighten an image, tilt faces, or even add a little motion.
For making cool videos
Get help creating the perfect videos using Adobe Photoshop Premiere 2021. The Guided Edits take you step by step so you can add more depth to your video projects and make them more special.
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