Adobe Systems Incorporated has announced Photoshop Elements 7 and Premiere Elements 7 with new Photoshop.com membership. Photoshop Elements 7 is the upgrade version of adobe desktop photo products while Premiere Elements 7 is for video editing products.



Photoshop Elements 7 introduces several new tools and utilities, such as new Smart Bush tool that allow users to edit selective parts of the picture and new scene cleaner that allows unwanted subjects to removed without damaging the background. Additionally, Photoshop Elements 7 also includes new Quick Fix tools which with a step to complete the editing such as whitening teeth or brightening blue skies. On the other hand, Premiere Elements 7 promises to offers support for AVCHD format, automatic smart tagging which make the video clips searchable. It also includes “InstantMovie” functionality which comprises theme appropriate editing effects and transitions, and “VideoMerge” affords rudimentary green screen style background changes to clips.

Both the applications offer a one year Photoshop.com memberships with giving users 5GB free storage and automatic backup of their files. For users who request more storage space can option to purchase a Plus membership for extended storage capability and features. Photoshop Elements 7 and Premiere Elements 7 will be available in October for about $100 each or bundled together for $150.

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