Adobe Systems just released Photoshop Elements 10 for Mac and PC in late September 2011 (see available coupons). So what are the new features in this version and is it worth to upgrade from your older copy? Well, let’s take a look!
In terms of the new tools, we now see an entire new set of photo effects. Some of our favorite new effects include the Snow, Pencil Sketch, and Oil Pastel brushes. Use any of these tools to paint effects onto the specific areas your photographs or use the guided edits features to add depth or subtle glow. You can also give your images captions curve or flows any which way you wish. Once you’re finished, you’re just a click away to save your work in JPEG or GIF and then tag it for your Facebook friends list. And later on when you need to find your photos in your library, PSE 10 now let’s you easily manage all your images just like in Photoshop CS6 or Lightroom 4 and let’s you group your photo together automatically or lets you search by tags.
So what are all the other differences between Photoshop Elements 10, 9, and the older versions? Here is the complete and official list.
What would you like to see in Photoshop Elements 11 that’s not included in this release? Let us know your wishlist in the comments below. Look for special 2012 Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals in November.