Adobe has launched new versions of Photoshop and Premiere Elements, offering new features as well as refining existing tools that make it easier than ever to use the vendor's entry-level editing media editing software.
New in Photoshop Elements 14 is a tool for removing blur caused by camera movement, enhancing the quality of the photos considerably.
Another new addition is a haze removal tool that removes unwanted haze from your images.
Premiere Elements 14 now supports editing of 4K videos, with a wide variety of cameras supported. There are new motion titles as well that allow you to easily add bounce, spin, and zoom effects to your videos. Guided Edits, the tutorial tool that lets you quickly learn the basics of video editing, has also received an update through which you can get started faster.
Photoshop and Premiere Elements 14 can be bought as a bundle for $149, or each for $99. Users looking to upgrade will be able to do so for $79.