What’s new in Pho­to­shop and Pre­miere El­e­ments 2019

Your guide Ian Even­den says… “The lat­est ver­sions of Adobe’s photo and video-edit­ing apps are here and now even eas­ier to use”

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Adobe re­leases new ver­sions of its cut-down El­e­ments apps ev­ery year, and they’ve grown to the ex­tent that call­ing them ‘cut-down’ does them a dis­ser­vice.

These aren’t apps that have been stripped of func­tion­al­ity; they’re a play­ground for be­gin­ners, since they come with a wealth of tu­to­ri­als and guided pro­jects. This is es­pe­cially true of Pre­miere El­e­ments, which ac­cepts the fact that video edit­ing can ap­pear ar­cane, and does its best to pierce the fog of baf­fling ter­mi­nol­ogy and get you con­fi­dently carv­ing your clips into some­thing greater.

There are cheaper apps out there, but none are backed with the same kind of tu­to­ri­als Pho­to­shop El­e­ments and Pre­miere El­e­ments have.

You can get free tri­als of Pho­to­shop and Pre­miere El­e­ments from http:// bit.ly/PSE19­trial and http://bit.ly/ Prem19­trial. Here, we look at some of the new fea­tures in this re­lease.

Auto Crea tions The Home screen of­fers au­to­mat­i­cally cre­ated slideshows from any ‘events’ that it de­tects in your photo li­brary. Try this In­spi­ra­tion, tips and get­ting-started guides can be ac­cessed from here, re­plac­ing the old eLive sys­tem.

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