Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What’s the difference between Adobe Photoshop Elements and Adobe Premiere Elements?
Photoshop Elements is designed for consumer photo enthusiasts who want to organize, transform, create, and share their photo memories via their computer, the web, or their mobile devices. Premiere Elements is designed for consumer video enthusiasts who want to organize, edit, enhance, and share their video memories via their computer, the web, or their mobile devices. Both apps share a common Organizer for easy access to all photos and videos. They’re sold separately or bundled together as Photoshop Elements & Premiere Elements.*
How does Photoshop Elements differ from Photoshop and Lightroom?
- Photoshop Elements is designed for everyday consumers who are just getting started with photo editing and want an easy way to organize, transform, create, and share their photos on their computers or while on the go, from their mobile devices.*
- Photoshop is the professional standard for creating compelling images, designs, 3D artwork, and videos.
- Photoshop Lightroom addresses the workflow needs of professional and advanced amateur photographers, enabling them to import, process, organize, and showcase large volumes of digital photographs.
Should I buy Premiere Elements 13 alone or the Photoshop Elements 13 & Premiere Elements 13 bundle?
If you like to take and share videos and photos, get the Photoshop Elements 13 & Premiere Elements 13 bundle. The package lets you edit and share photos and videos together in creative ways, at a great value.
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