Photoshop History

Almost everyone has heard about a very popular (can say king) graphic editing software. Yes it is more than an editing tool. You can use it for creating Web graphic, editing and manipulating images, enhancement of photographs, special effects, Web templates and much more.

Thanks to Adobe.

(a world-wide leader among raster graphics editing applications.)
The journey of this tool/software got started in early 80’s when 2 brothers, Thomas Knoll and John Knoll started developing Photoshop. In 1989 they completed the project and named it Photoshop 1.0. Adobe became interested in this project and so the first version of Photoshop was released in 1990.

From the beginning this tool/software is helping the designers of various field and let them enhancing their creativity.

Adobe photoshop 1.0  released for macintosh

photoshop version-1.0

photoshop version-1.0

Adobe photoshop 2.0 released in June 1991 for Macintosh

photoshop Version-2.0

photoshop Version-2.0

Adobe photoshop 3.0 released in September 1994, for Macintosh.

Photoshop version 3.0

Photoshop version 3.0

Adobe Photoshop 4.0 released in November 1996 for Macintosh and Windows.

Photoshop version 4.0

Photoshop version 4.0

Adobe Photoshop 5.0 released in May 1998 for Macintosh and Windows.

Photoshop version 5.0

Photoshop version 5.0

Adobe Photoshop 6.0 released in September 2000 for Macintosh and Windows.

Photoshop version-6.0

Photoshop version-6.0

Adobe Photoshop 7.0 released in March 2002 for Mac OS and Windows.

Photoshop version 7.0

Photoshop version 7.0

Adobe Photoshop CS (8.0) released in October 2003 for Mac OS X and Windows.

Photoshop version 8.0

Photoshop version 8.0

Adobe Photoshop CS2 (9.0) released in April 2005 for Mac OS X and Windows.

Photoshop version-9.0

Photoshop version-9.0

Adobe Photoshop CS3 (10.0) released in spring 2007 for Mac OS X and Windows.

Photoshop version 10

Photoshop version 10

Adobe Photoshop has the most intuitive user interface, the most complete set of tools, and the largest number of reference books around.

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3 responses to “Photoshop History

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