Again, I have fallen way behind posting anything here. My bad. Back in early October, Adobe released Photoshop Elements 2022, and Premiere Elements 2022. As a member of the Adobe Beta Test Team, I have had the opportunity to use the latest version for the past several months.
This latest version provides new and improved capabilities that will benefit both new and current users of the program. The program continues to use more and more AI technology, which Adobe calls Sensei.
The link below provides an excellent introduction to the new features of both Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements 2022.
For the past many years, I have prepared a table listing the features of each succeeding version. Since Photoshop Elements is about 20 years old now, the table has gotten quite large. I have dropped some of the early versions to better manage its size. The current version of the table begins with PSE 11 through PSE 2022. For those longtime users, PSE 11 is when Adobe completely changed the look and feel of the user interface. The link to the complete table’s PDF is below.
Using the Zoom tool in your PDF Reader will allow you to zoom in and scroll around the document. For those who just want to focus on PSE 2022 vs. PSE 2021 differences, the two figures below will do that.