Adobe has announced the latest upgrade in its entry-level image-editing software, Adobe Photoshop Elements 11.
The most striking difference in Photoshop Elements 11 is the software’s new interface, which is brighter and easier to read than previous versions, Adobe says.
Also on board is an enhanced Organiser tool which enables geo-tagging and facial-recognition methods of cataloguing images.
A new Quick Edit mode appeals to beginners with an even more simplified interface, while Elements 11 also inherits some of full Photoshop’s more creative tools, such as new lens blur filters, tilt-shift and high- and low-key effects, vignetting and contrast editing tools.
Users will also find new filters such as Graphic Novel, Comic and Pen & Ink that can turn their photos into illustrations.
Photoshop Elements 11 also users to share their photos via Facebook, YouTube, email and more.
The Photoshop Elements 11 price tag is £79.10 / $99.99, or £119.41 / $149.99 in a bundle with Adobe’s video-editing software, Premiere Elements 11. Current Elements users can upgrade for £64.81 / $79.99 or £98.16 / $119.99.
Read our testing team’s Adobe Photoshop Elements 11 review over on our sister site, TechRadar.