By Scott Trudeau


September 25, 2007

Adobe recently released Photoshop Elements 6 and Premiere Elements 4. Both products offer hot new features that are sure to excite both students and teachers. What I like most about the Elements packages are how easy it is to create exciting projects.
Photoshop Elements 6 has an amazing new feature that allows you to combine the best sections of multiple images into a single great photo. Ever try taking a group shot of children? It is darn near impossible to capture every kid at his or her best. Not anymore! Use the new blending feature in Photoshop Elements 6 to merge the best parts of photographs into the perfect group photo.
Taking digital photographs is fun, but creating an interactive project with digital pictures is a blast. With Elements 6 you can create cinematic slideshows, interactive web galleries, and photo books.
Video is the new big thing! Students and teachers can now more easily create professional quality videos filled with special effects, audio, transitions, and pre-made themes. Simply capture your footage, edit your video, throw in some great transitions, insert a theme, and add a title…now you are ready to publish!
Speaking of publishing…Premiere Elements 4 now comes with a “Sharing Center” that makes it easy for students to publish their videos. Students can burn to DVD and even optimize their videos for YouTube sharing.
Learn more by visiting the following resources:
1.Adobe Idea Gallery
2.Photoshop Elements Techniques has prepared a handful of great videos demonstrating the new features of both products.


  • By m mcswain - 3:43 PM on October 13, 2007  

    I got hosed! I bought Adobe Premiere Elements 3.0 not knowing version 4.0 was available. What do I do?

  • By Werbeagentur - 4:50 PM on January 26, 2008  

    Thanks for post this interesting article. The “Adobe Idea Gallery” are very nice. Thanks for share it.
    Greetz from Germany, Werbeagentur

  • By James Peffall - 4:47 AM on February 29, 2008  

    I have Adobe Photoshop Elements 4.0 and can’t produce slide shows that play on my HDTV using a Panasonic DVD player. Any recommended solutions?
    Thanks! JP

  • By Judy Wilson - 10:56 PM on April 15, 2008  

    I got a 30 day trial cd of Adobe Photoshop Elements 6 and Adobe Premiere Elements 4 and it will not do anything at all????????
    What is wrong here?