If you are an artist and are looking to get some work done, there’s a good chance you may be dependent on Adobe applications. However, signing up for Adobe Creative Cloud can be expensive, especially if you have been an artist for a short time or even a hobbyist, but this is the circumstance where the “Elements” versions are suitable.
In case you haven’t heard about it before, Adobe has a “Elements” version of two of their apps. These are mainly stand-alone versions of current Adobe applications, and they are one-time selling. If you’re interested, you might be happy to know that Adobe has just announced 2021 releases of its Adobe Photoshop Elements and Adobe Premiere Elements apps.
Both versions are priced at $ 99.99, and while they lack some of the elements found in the regular Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Premiere apps, that doesn’t mean they can’t get the job done. In fact, according to Adobe, it has brought some AI features found in the regular versions to Elements versions.
This includes features like adding static motion to photos with one click, fine-tuning facial features, precise selections, and more. While paying $ 99.99 for a single app is still expensive for some, it’s still cheaper than paying for a long-term ongoing subscription.