Adobe has today taken the wraps off not only one big update, but two. Photoshop and Premiere Elements 2021 are now official and they both make use of features that are powered by Adobe’s Sensei AI tech.

Photoshop Elements 2021 includes a new feature that can turn anything into a GIF with just a single click.

That GIF is then made ready for sharing on social media, as all good GIFs should be. You can also control the position of a person’s face using a new fine-tune tilt feature.

There’s a ton more, too:

Duotones – Create modern duotones by applying cool, custom effects to your photos for a beautiful two-color creation. You can choose from custom preset social sizes, add a gradient, and more!

Perfect Landscapes – Powered by Adobe Sensei, this Guided Edit teaches you to easily replace skies, remove haze, and erase unwanted objects to create epic outdoor scenes.

Fine-tune face tilt – Make sure everyone in your photo is looking in the right direction by automatically adjusting the position of a person’s face. It’s great for selfies! Powered by Adobe Sensei.

And much more.

Moving on to Premiere Elements 2021, Adobe seems to have been working on making tools better in terms of object selection within moving video. There 25 new Guided Edits designed to make that possible.

Make precise video selections with Select Object
Select a specific object—or area—of your video and easily apply an effect that tracks throughout the video. This is one feature that will save anyone working with video content a lot of time.

More power with GPU Accelerated Performance
This enhancement will enable you to see high-quality playback of many awesome effects without rendering first. And you’ll be able to crop your videos faster!

And again, much more. You can find out more about what Adobe has been working on in a lengthy post over on the Adobe blog. It’s well worth a read, complete with screenshots to explain exactly what you can look forward to. Both apps are available for download in both macOS and Windows versions starting at $99.99.

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