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Adobe releases Photoshop Elements 2018 and Adobe Premiere Elements 2018

New features are bundled to make Adobe’s products more user friendly.

Adobe has released new versions of their flagship photo and video editing software, Adobe Photoshop Elements 2018 and Adobe Premiere Elements 2018. Long hailed as the industry standard for video and photo editing, consumers and professionals alike should expect nothing but improvements and new functionality updates from Adobe.

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Do you wish if there could have been a way to have someone not blinking in a photo by using a simple tool? One of many new innovative features in Photoshop Elements 2018 is ‘open closed eyes,’ a tool that allows for users to open the eyes of those who are blinking in a photo. This is done by finding another photo where the person’s eyes are open and copying them over. An updated auto selection tool allows for a distinction between the foreground and background to be created, giving the user the ability to either delete or replace the background in the image.

Open closed eyes of a person who got captured with blinking eyes in a photo. (Source: Adobe)

New features in Adobe Premiere include ‘candid moments,’ a feature that automatically takes candid photos throughout your raw footage and ‘smart trim’ which trims your footage based on what it deems the most valuable footage. Adobe has made it easier for users to share their content on social media with new animated text and titles.

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A complete list of features for Premiere Elements 2018 can be found here and a list of features for Photoshop Elements 2018 can be found here. Both products are available individually for $79.99 or can be purchased for a bundled price of $119.99.

 

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Harrison Garovi is a recent graduate from the University of San Francisco who received a bachelor’s degree in advertising. Prior to attending college, Harrison was an intern for Jon Peddie Research and was responsible for testing graphics cards as well as other pieces of hardware. His interests are music production, traveling, playing video games, video editing, and taking photos of his Ford Mustang.

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