Adobe today announced to release the new Photoshop Elements 7 software. It offers users with a quick and easy way to organize, edit, create and share photos.
Photoshop Elements 7 offers features such as automatic online backup and storage of photos and videos, access to photos and videos from virtually anywhere.
Moreover the Photoshop Elements also features Photomerge technology that let users brush away unwanted subjects, such as tourists in a vacation picture who may be impacting the main subject of the photo. Also, Adobe claims that common editing tasks, such as whitening teeth or brightening blue skies, are easy to fix with the one-step Quick Fix tools. Users can also soften surface while retaining edges and details crisp with a new filter ideal for portrait shots.
On the other hand, the Adobe Premiere Elements 7 software also sports a complete video-editing solution as well.
“With Photoshop Elements our ultimate goal is to give people the ability to tell personal and high-impact stories with their photos,” said Doug Mack, vice president and general manager of Consumer and Hosted Solutions at Adobe.
“We strike a balance between editing punch and ease, so a user doesn’t have to be a pro to produce impressive results. The new Photoshop.com membership takes Photoshop Elements to the next level – extending beyond the desktop – by giving our customers access to their photos and videos from virtually anywhere, providing secure backup, delivering inspiration to fuel creativity and enabling users to keep the photos and creations they share fresh and exciting,” continued Mack.
The new Photoshop software is available for Windows operating system. The Adobe Photoshop Elements 7 and Adobe Premiere Elements 7 can be bought separately at US$ 99.99. While the Photoshop Elements 7 and Premiere Elements 7 bundle also will be available for US$ 149.99.