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Adobe Photoshop Elements 14
Photoshop Elements has long made impressive Photoshop tricks easy for non-professionals to accomplish, the 14th update and app development did not disappoint critics and users alike.
More organized: Photoshop Elements 14's screen welcomes users with a more organized interface, giving the option to ‘organize’ or ‘edit’ on its home screen. When choosing the organize option, the screen will feature options to import, export or organize imported files by place, date or face recognition in thumbnails.
Import made easier: The Import option now includes automatic fix on those annoying red eyes, and clusters same-looking, or similarly tagged images into stacks and folders, leaving the most recently imported photos appear in the Organizer's grid, but clicking Show All reveals the rest.
Maps, events and faces incorporated: Since the software takes the task of compiling photos based on similarities, maps, events and faces—as well as social media is incorporated in the newest edition. Choosing the Places tab in the Organizer lets you see where your photos were taken on a map. The Events tab in Organizer, on the other hand, lets you group photos taken within a timeframe. The faces are grouped and identifies as you tag people from the past, and can also be hooked into Facebook for more facial recognition with your contacts and online friends.
Camera Shake Reduction: You get to the feature from the Enhance menu, and it takes quite a long time to work. Critics say that it is not that effective on drastically shaken photos, but works fine with very slightly distorted images.
Haze Removal: Haze Removal is also accessible from the Enhance menu. In a photo where the foreground isn't hazy but the distant part is, the tool doesn't really work effectively, but for more uniformly hazy subjects, it does a good job, bringing up contrast and darkening dark content.