Adobe has been diligent to announce updates to its Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements offerings in late September, and this year is no different. With the arrival of version 13 of both bits of software, there are even more easy-to-use editing tools for both photos and video clips. In Photoshop Elements 13, Photomerge Compose allows you to quickly snag objects from one snapshot and place them in another, blending color and lighting to make for a realistic final product. The app will also suggest a smattering of crop options to fine-tune compositions, offer Guided Edits, allow you to "nudge" selection boundaries and it serves up a handful of options when a single effect is selected. To boost your video efforts in Premiere Elements 13, Video Story lends a hand with editing footage from major life events. There's also quick clip selection, Shake Stabilizer to make the most out of shaky action cam footage and Guided Edits to help with titles and effects. Mobile device syncing got a boost across the board as well, and Elements Live provides tutorials, support and inspiration from right inside the apps. Adobe is set to ship Photoshop and Premiere Elements 13 in Q4 2014 with a $150 price tag.