Just over a year after Photoshop and Premiere Elements for Mac versions 14 hit the market, Adobe today launched the sequence of its image and video editors aimed at basic / intermediate users.
The news of Adobe Photoshop Elements 15 include new features for organizing your photos (searching for images by faces, places, favorites and more with the option of combining items, making searching even easier), for face adjustments (eyes, mouths, nose and face as a whole), new editing guides (to teach you how to get the most out of the software) and a simplified filter gallery (to make things even easier).
O Adobe Premiere Elements 15 it also comes with good improvements to facilitate the search for content, improvements in the collage feature (choose one of the many available models, mix photos and videos and share everything easily on your social networks), automatic analysis of the video to remove possible fogs, remix automatic (don't worry if the chosen song is much larger than the video), automatic face detection (great for features like Favorite Moments, Smart Trim and Pan & Zoom), in addition to more editing guides.
The new apps are on sale at Adobe's official website, for R $ 303.52 each or R $ 446.37 (the pair). Photoshop Elements is also marketed on the Mac App Store, but as of yet it has not been updated there.