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”
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.