Adobe Photoshop and Premiere Elements 9 released

By on Sep 21, 2010 in Software, Technology Comments

As announced on Monday, Adobe had just released Photoshop Elements 9, and is now available for download.

This latest version of Adobe‘s consumer-level photo editing application is applicable for both Mac and Windows.

For Mac users, there are a lot of new features in this version; but probably the most exciting feature is the bundled Elements Organizer, which acts as a hub for importing, managing, and viewing photo and video files.

In addition, Photoshop Elements 9 takes the power of one of Photoshop CS5‘s most popular features, Content Aware Fill, and puts it into the Spot Healing Brush.

This powerful new tool can be used to remove specific objects from an image by analyzing the surrounding information.

Another new feature is the Layer Masks, which can be used to block out specific parts of images with varying transparency levels.

Users new to photo editing can use the program’s guided edits to learn how to make basic or fun edits to their images, including imitating the toy camera look, with easy to follow step-by-step instructions.

Photographers can now share their creations on online social sites like Facebook and Flickr from the organizer, or by using any of the templates included in Elements 9 to create scrapbooks, photobooks, online albums, or slideshows.

Meanwhile, Adobe also released Premiere Elements 9 which allows users to create videos in minutes, fix audio problems, automatically trim bad footage, and stabilize shots, and even correct color and lighting.

Adobe’s Vice President of Product Management for digital imaging Kevin Connor says, “With video-capturing devices on the rise, people are looking for a complete video organizing, editing, and sharing tool that is easy to learn and use.”

“We are very excited that our latest version of award-winning Premiere Elements software will enable both Mac and Windows users to create high-impact movies quickly and effortlessly. Taking advantage of intelligent features and boosted performance, the software allows users to get creative and make fun movies without a steep learning curve.” He added.

Adobe Premiere Elements 9 is now available for download at Adobe’s website and will be available soon at other online and store-based retail outlets for $100. Users can upgrade to Plus from within the product for $50 annually.

Adobe customers can also avail both Photoshop and Premiere Elements 9 as a bundle package with the price of $150.



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