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This post is in conjunction with Best Buy and I have received a complimentary copy of Elements to review.
Thanks to Best Buy, I had the opportunity to try out Adobe PhotoShop Elements and Premiere Elements 14 .
The "Elements" products are a great way to organize, edit and share both photos and videos!
This is perfect if you are new to photo and video editing. The "guided" help made it really easy and for me because I'm travelling and work from a PC it's great to have the option to edit on my laptop when I'm on the go.
If you are a student, small business, startup or building your brand at home and you want to have pro graphics on a budget, I'd say this software is well worth the $150 price tag, especially because pro versions can cost upwards of $500!
Whether making quick edits or adding artistic touches and cool effects you'll have the tools at your fingertips and it's super easy! My favorite features below, let me know what you currently use to edit and how the features match up to Adobe Elements!
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