Today, Adobe announced its latest version of Photoshop Elements, its consumer-focused photo editing app that can still be purchased as a standalone product without paying for a Creative Cloud subscription.
Photoshop Elements 14 packs Adobe’s new de-haze filter, similar to the Photoshop CC and Lightroom versions, which can help you clear up your shots by reducing atmospheric haze.
There’s also a new filter that helps to remove blur in photos caused by camera shake.
Other features in the program include better photo organization, improved face recognition, 34 guided edits with tips as you post-process, 5 automatically generated effects for each shot for you to choose from, advanced hair and detail selection, a new Quick Edit mode, and social sharing tools. You can find a complete rundown of new features on Adobe’s website and in this “getting started” video:
Adobe Photoshop Elements 14 — and a new Adobe Premiere Elements 14, which supports 4K editing — are available now for $100. If you work with both photos and video, you’ll be able to purchase both programs together for $150.