Adobe announced Photoshop Elements 7 and Premiere Elements 7, new versions of its entry-level photo and video editing products, as well as new features for its online photo service.The products are available separately or in a bundle and come with free membership to Photoshop.com, which enables 5 GB of online backup and storage. For an extra $50, users can upgrade to Photoshop.com Plus, which increases storage to 20 GB and enables upload of photographs from Windows Mobile smartphones.
Photoshop Elements 7 and Premiere Elements 7 will be available for Windows in October 2008 for $99.99 each or $149.99 for both. Mac upgrades have not yet been announced.Adobe press release via MarketWatch
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