History Of Photoshop

Let's Get Started with History Of Photoshop. Photoshop was originally created by two brothers. Thomas Knoll and John Knoll.

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The two brothers shared interests both in photography and computing, and had the use of their father's darkroom while growing up. In 1987, Thomas Knoll, a PhD student at the University of Michigan, began writing a program on his Macintosh Plus to display grayscale images on monochrome display. Photoshop Tutorials

This program, called Display, caught the attention of his brother John Knoll , and Industrial Light and Magic employee, Who recommended Thomas turn it into  a fully – fledged image editing program. Thomas took a six month break from his studies in 1988 to collaborate with his brother on the program, which had been renamed Image Pro Later that year Thomas renamed his program Photoshop and worked out a short.

term deal with scanner manufacturer Barneyscan to distribute copies of the program with a slide scanner a “ total of about 200 copies of Photoshop were shipped that way During this time, John traveled to Silicon Valley and gave a demonstration of the program to engineers at Apple and Russell Brown, art director at Adobe. Both showings were successful, and Adobe decided to purchase the license to distribute in September 1988. While John worked on plug-ins in California.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

--------------:Here is version wise History of Photoshop:------------------

Version

Platform

Codename

Release date

Significant changes

 

0.63

Macintosh

 

October 1988

 

 

1.0

Macintosh

 

February 1990

 

 

2.0

Macintosh

Fast Eddy

June 1991

  • Paths

  • CMYK Color

  • EPS Rasterization

 

2.5

Macintosh

Merlin

November 1992

  • 16 bit per channel support

 

Windows

Brimstone

IRIX, Solaris

 

November 1993

3.0

Macintosh

Tiger Mountain

September 1994

  • Tabbed Palettes

  • Layers

 

Windows, IRIX, Solaris

 

November 1994

 

4.0

Macintosh, Windows

Big Electric Cat

November 1996

  • Adjustment Layers

  • Actions (macros)

  • Multiple Undo (Amount set in preferences)

 

5.0

Macintosh, Windows

Strange Cargo

May 1998

  • Editable type (previously, type was rasterized as soon as it was added)

  • History Palette with History Brush (Enhanced undo)

  • Color Management

  • Magnetic Lasso

 

5.5

Macintosh, Windows

Strange Cargo

February 1999

 

6.0

Macintosh, Windows

Venus in Furs

September 2000

  • Vector Shapes

  • Updated User Interface

  • "Liquify" filter

  • Layer styles/Blending Options dialog

 

7.0

Mac OS 'Classic'/Mac OS X, Windows

Liquid Sky

March 2002

  • Made text fully vector

  • Healing Brush

  • New painting engine

 

7.0.1

Mac OS 'Classic'/Mac OS X, Windows

 

August 2002

  • Camera RAW 1.x (optional plugin)

 

CS (8.0)

Mac OS X, Windows

Dark Matter

October 2003

  • Camera RAW 2.x

  • Highly modified "Slice Tool"

  • Shadow/Highlight command

  • Match Color command

  • Lens Blur filter

  • Smart Guides

  • Real-Time Histogram

  • Detection and refusal to print scanned images of various banknotes

  • Macrovision copy protection based on Safecast DRM technology

  • Scripting support for JavaScript and other languages

  • Hierarchical layer groups

  • 16 bit per channel layers, painting, and adjustments

  • Support for files over 2 Gigabytes

  • Documents up to 300,000 pixels in either dimension

 

CS2 (9.0)

Mac OS X, Windows 2000 / XP

Space Monkey

April 2005

  • Camera RAW 3.x

  • Smart Objects

  • Image Warp

  • Spot healing brush

  • Red-Eye tool

  • Lens Correction filter

  • Smart Sharpen

  • Smart Guides

  • Vanishing Point

  • Better memory management on 64-bit PowerPC G5 Macintosh machines running Mac OS X 10.4

  • High dynamic range imaging (HDRI) support (32 bit per channel floating point)

  • More smudging options, such as "Scattering"

  • Modified layer selection, such as ability to select more than one layer.

 

CS3, CS3 Extended (10.0)

Universal Mac OS X, Windows XP SP2 or later

Red Pill

April 16, 2007

  • Native support for the Intel-based Macintosh platform and improved support for Windows Vista

  • Revised user interface

  • Feature additions to Adobe Camera RAW

  • Quick Select tool

  • Alterations to Curves, Vanishing Point, Channel Mixer, Brightness and Contrast, and the Print dialog

  • Black-and-white conversion adjustment

  • Auto Align and Auto Blend

  • Smart (non-destructive) Filters

  • Mobile device graphic optimization

  • Improvements to cloning and healing

  • More complete 32 bit / HDR support (layers, painting, more filters and adjustments)

  • Faster launching

 

CS4, CS4 Extended (11.0)

Universal Mac OS X, Windows xp-sp2(sp3 recommended), Vista,7

Stonehenge

October 15, 2008

 

CS5, CS5 Extended (12.0)

Mac OS X v10, Windows XP-SP3,Vista,7

White Rabbit

April 30, 2010

  • Content Aware Fill

  • Puppet Warp Tool

  • 64 bit for Macintosh

  • Bristle Tips

  • Mixer Brush

  • Automatic Lens Correction

  • Improved Camera RAW processing

  • Camera RAW grain control

  • Improved Ray Tracing (Extended)

  • Repousse 3D extrusion tool (Extended)

  • Image based lights (Extended)

 

 


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