“Capture the moment now. Perfect the photo or video later. It’s easy with Elements.”
A picture is worth a thousand words. It’s not just a cliché. It’s reality. Usually. Have you ever seen a picture that was worth 552 words? Or 296 words. Or 3 words? I have. I take them with my cell phone all the time. They’re blurry. They have bad color. At a weird angle. Have random people photobombing them. The list goes on. I am constantly amazed at what can show up on my camera. I am also likewise amazed at what can come out of the camera of someone who knows what they are doing. These are the professional pictures. The wedding photos. The first baby portraits. The yearly birthday pictures. I’m always jealous of how good they look. Those are the pictures that really are worth a thousand words. The nice thing is that you too can now get a little closer to your own pictures that are worth a thousand words.
I have a few pictures that I love. One is my daughter when she was not even one. It’s a close up on her in black and white. The only color in the picture is in her eyes. She is lying on a fur blanket (don’t worry, it’s not real), looking up at the camera with her bright blue eyes. I always wondered how the photographer did that. And now I know. Well, I don’t know what specifically she used; I know in general how she did it. And now I can do it too, along with a whole lot more with Adobe PhotoShop Elements 14.
Finally, a photo editing software package that I can use! I can remove red eye. Eliminate Haze from backgrounds. Get rid of camera shake. I can start off using Guided Edits. This is an automated way to help you clean up your pictures. From there I can go in and make tweaks as I need with the touch of a button. It’s literally that easy. And once you’re done it lets you share it out to Facebook and other sites with ease, which for me is obviously an extra bonus.
So am I on my way to becoming the next Annie Leibovitz? The answer to that is no. But I am on my way to a picture being worth a thousand words. Ok, maybe 983, but I’m getting closer.
Do you want to join in on the adventure? Head out to Best Buy, pick up Adobe PhotoShop Elements 14, and we will aspire towards greatness together!
ABOUT ADOBE PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS 14
With Elements, it is all about simplicity and sharing your photos and videos. Adobe PhotoShop Elements 14 is now available at Best Buy and regularly retails for $149.99.
Elements is best for the casual picture taker or those just getting started who want an easy way to organize, edit, and share their photos and videos.
Transform your photos & videos- Make quick edits, add artistic touches and cool effects like a pro or transform your photos and videos to wow friends and family.
Remove camera shake from your selfies or clear the haze from landscape shots with the touch of a button.
Don’t trust your own artistic eye? Let new Guided Edits take you through the process to create the ultimate photos and videos.
Create and Share- Share lasting memories in scrapbooks and cards that show your style. Share photos and movies via disc or on Facebook, YouTube, Vimeo and more. View them on 4K and HD TVs (new with Elements 14). And put a cool twist on your Facebook page with a custom cover photo.*
Edit and view high-res 4K movies for the ultimate cinematic experience, and make a splash by easily adding animated titles and transitions.
Find & Organize your stuff fast – Every memory at your fingertips. Quickly find and organize photos and videos by favorite people, or simply search by where you were or what you were doing.
Disclaimer: The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free.