Adobe Photoshop Elements 11 and Premiere Elements 11 Unveiled

Photoshop Elements 11 and Premiere Elements 11

Adobe has announced the latest in its Elements line of photo and video editing programs.

Photoshop Elements 11 adds a number of additions and improvements over its predecessor, including the following:

  • A completely refreshed, user-friendly interface featuring the same engine as Adobe Photoshop – the industry standard for digital imaging – includes easily-navigated Quick, Guided and Expert editing modes; one-click options; a helpful Action bar; and big, bold icons to help users get the most from their shots
  • Organize photos based on people, places (via Google maps geo-tagging) or events easily and intuitively
  • New Guided Edits make pro-level effects like tilt-shift, vignettes and high and low-key easy to create
  • New filters – Comic, Graphic Novel and Pen & Ink – inspire creativity by turning photos into stunning illustrations
  • Intelligent Photoshop technology makes it easy to extract objects from different photos
  • Easily share photos via email, Facebook, YouTube, Vimeo and more

Likewise, Premiere Elements 11 adds new features that include the following:

  • An entirely new and improved user interface including many of the same updates found in Photoshop Elements 11
  • Add polish with a wide range of great-looking effects, transitions, themes, titles, disc menus and professional-level effects and sound
  • Give videos Hollywood movie styles with FilmLooks; easily apply slow and fast motion effects; dial-in colors with slider controls; effortlessly integrate blends for seamless transitions; and make adjustments with Quick Presets
  • Show off finished creations with integrated video sharing on Vimeo

Photoshop Elements 11 and Premiere Elements 11 are available as a bundle for $149.99, or individually as $99.99.  Upgrade prices are $119.99 for the bundle or $79.99 for the individual applications.

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Comments

  1. John says

    This comes out amidst a slew just announced cameras from Nikon Canon and others……so the question becomes how long before updates, plug ins etc are issued to support their RAW images . As a D600 owner who prefers to shoot RAW images…..this doesn’t appeal to me……..yet!

  2. J says

    I’d upgrade but their upgrade price is too high, I bought 10 recently and was annoyed to find maps had been stripped out, now it’s back again and they £80, no thanks

  3. JK says

    The Premiere Elements 1o failed to work on my computer, and a solution yet to be found, and now they launch Premiere 11….