Learn Photoshop Elements 14 & Premiere Elements 14

Adobe released Photoshop Elements 14 and Premiere Elements 14 on September 24. The power and simplicity of these photo editing and video editing products is known to one and all. The latest release comes with some great new features and some significantly enhanced workflows to help you do amazing things with your photos and videos. Easily.




What’s more, learning Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements has never been easier.

Each option from the Help menu opens a bouquet of resources carefully created or curated for you.

Step-by-step articles to get you started

Whether you are a first-time user of Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements or are upgrading from an earlier version, read the set of getting started articles we have put together for you. The simple instructions and accompanying screenshots and visuals will help you to understand and try the basic workflow of photo editing and video editing in less than an hour. You will learn how to bring in your photos and videos into Elements Organizer, key ways to organize them, basic editing and movie making tasks, and finally how to share.

Access the getting started articles from within the apps (Help > Getting Started) or bookmark the following links:

Video tutorials

Videos are an easy way to become familiar with the user interface of any app. To learn Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements with the help of video tutorials, select Help > Video Tutorials or bookmark the following pages:

Visual dictionary of key imaging concepts

Many a time, words like ‘saturation’ or vignette’ on the user interface or in the instructions become a stumbling block. Understanding these imaging concepts, especially in the context of the tasks you can accomplish, can help you become more and more proficient with the apps.

We already had a visual dictionary of key imaging concepts. In this release, we have started the process of integrating these concepts in Help. Tell us if you find this integration useful (please use the Comments section of this post).



Detailed Help articles

From the workspaces of Photoshop Elements, Premiere Elements, and Elements Organizer, you can press F1 to launch context-sensitive Help from the web. For the new and enhanced features in this release, find detailed information in the following articles:

Photoshop Elements

What’s new: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop-elements/using/whats-new.html

Index of detailed articles: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop-elements/using/topics.html

New or enhanced feature Article
Shake Reduction
    Bye-bye, camera shake
Haze Remover
   Never a hazy day
Speed Guided Edit
   For your action shots
Resize Guided Edit
   In seconds now
Fine Detail Selection
  Select hair in a snap

Premiere Elements

What’s newhttps://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-elements/using/whats-new.html

Index of detailed articles: https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-elements/using/topics.html

New or enhanced feature Article
Motion titles
    Tell dazzling stories
Color Pop Guided Edit
    For instant wow
Slow-motion Guided Edit
   Play with time
Easily export optimized movies
   In multiple formats
All audio features in one place
   Easier to sound your best

Elements Organizer

What’s new: https://helpx.adobe.com/elements-organizer/using/whats-new.html

Index of articles: https://helpx.adobe.com/elements-organizer/using/topics.html

New or enhanced feature Article
Import media in bulk
      Faster, easier
Enhanced People view
     Better face recognition
Enhanced Places view
     Easier to assign locations
Image clusters by date range in Events view
    Easier to assign Event tags

Step-by-step Contact Support

Use the following links if you need to contact Adobe Customer Care (make sure that you have first checked the online resources to find answers to your queries):

Support hubs

Find the links to the most important Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements resources on these pages:

We listen to your feedback and update these pages with resources that can help you learn or troubleshoot.


Last but not the least, anytime you need inspiration or help, do not forget to click the eLive tab while you work with Photoshop Elements, Premiere Elements, or Elements Organizer. Using the eLive option, you can access a stream of learning and troubleshooting resources from within the apps. These resources are fetched live from the web so you can stay up-to-date and inspired.

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Visit the product pages on adobe.com (Photoshop Elements, Premiere Elements) to check out how to try for free and to buy or upgrade.

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