Ensure that your blurry photos appear shake-free with the new Auto Shake Reduction feature (Expert mode > Enhance menu > Auto Shake Reduction) in Photoshop Elements 14. Fix selfies, pictures shot while you were on the move, and more, and ensure that each element of your photo is sharply in focus.
Need additional shake reduction improvements on the photo? Go manual (Expert mode > Enhance menu > Shake Reduction)! Select more areas on the photo to correct, and adjust the sensitivity slider to get the best picture possible.
For more information, see the section on Shake Reduction.
Cut through the haze and fog in your pictures with the Haze Removal feature in Photoshop Elements 14. Take landscape pictures without having to worry about the haze on even a clear day - just select the photo and process it with the Auto Haze Removal feature (Expert mode > Enhance menu > Auto Haze Removal).
For additional enhancements, including varying levels of sensitivity to haze, try it manually (Expert mode > Enhance menu > Haze Removal).
For more information on the feature, see the topic Automatically remove haze.
Let Photoshop Elements analyze your photograph and automatically suggest five awesome new effects that can be applied. Photoshop Elements inspects the color and lighting and then recommends five variations.
For more information on the feature, see the topic on Effects.
In Quick mode, straighten any photo by drawing a line along an edge that should be horizontal or vertical. The Straighten tool (P) in Photoshop Elements 14 enables you to quickly align photos along the right axis.
For more information, see the topic on Straightening images.
Need to make an ultra-fine selection? The existing tools in Photoshop Elements help make fine selections, but some situations require further precise and accurate selections. For example, you might be trying to select fine strands of hair in a portrait or grass in landscaped scenery.
The enhanced Refine Selection Brush tool now has additional controls to enable you to make very fine selections. With options to vary the sensitivity of the brush, you can make extremely detailed selections.
For more information on how to make extremely minute selections, see the topic Editing and refining selections.
Selecting which Guided edit to use is now easier with the new interface. In Guided mode, you can now choose the type of transformation you want to apply to your photograph - Basics, Color, Black & White, Fun Edits, Special Edits, or Photomerge. Choose one of the types of edits and view a graphical listing of all the Guided Edits available in that category.
Does your photo capture just one moment of an action sequence? Now add a sense of motion to your photograph with the Speed Effect Guided Edit. With the step-by-step workflow, specify the areas of an image that must portray the illusion of speed or motion, and watch how your static photo starts looking dynamic.
For more information on the Speed Effect Guided Edit, see the topic Guided mode - Fun edits..
Get images that are of exact dimensions in quick, easy steps. Photoshop Elements 14 simplifies the task of creating a picture of a size in terms of print dimensions (inches, centimeters), web dimensions (pixels) or storage requirements (kilobytes). In step-by-step Guided Edit, resizing your photo to meet specific requirements is not an easy task.
For more information on the Resize Guided Edit, see the topic Guided mode - Basic edits..
The process to stitch multiple photos together to create a panorama is now simplified - introducing the new Photomerge Panorama Guided Edit. Creating a panorama now requires you to just perform a series of actions in a step-by-step workflow - and you get a panorama ready to share or print at the end.
For more information on the Panorama Guided Edit, see the topic Photomerge Panorama Guided Edit..
At the end of a Guided Edit, your artwork is ready for use. In Photoshop Elements 14, an additional last step allows you to choose what you would like to do next with your work. Choose between saving the file, continuing to edit it in a different mode, or sharing it online.
Some Guided Edits may provide you with the additional option to print your work.
For more information, see Share Panel.