Adobe Photoshop was first created in 1988 by Thomas and John Knoll, and since its creation its become the go-to photo editor in the industry. What began as a product, quickly became a verb, as people started referring to editing and making changes as photoshopping something, whether they were using the program or now.
In 2013, Adobe introduced the Creative Suite branding which brought the app to even more users. Historically, it was only bundled with all the other Adobe software, making it quite expensive, and hard to get started with.
From making a quick edits to layering photos and making a complete transformation, Photoshop can handle a variety of tasks. Photoshop supports tons of graphic file formats, including its own PSD and PSB file formats. Whether you're a photographer, illustrator, graphic designer or someone who wants to just poke around, Photoshop can handle all of your needs.
Adobe has confirmed that Photoshop Sketch and Illustrator Draw will no longer be available for download from July 19.
Adobe has released its new Photoshop Camera app to the public. Is it all it's cracked up to be? Let's find out.
Adobe has issued an update for its Photoshop for iPad app. which will allow users to request features, as well as provide in-app feedback on their user experience.
Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in between. This week: Real Computers Run Photoshop
Adobe's premium photo editing programs are often considered must-haves for photographers, from hobbyists to professionals. Which one is right for you?
Adobe will be bringing a full-featured version of Photoshop to the iPad, with the release currently planned for 2019.
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