I don't remember what the first thing I ever made in Photoshop was, much less why. What brought me to the software in 1996, at age thirteen, is a faded memory. But I'd like to think that I saw a power in learning its magic—even then, I knew it could conjure incredible things.
Can you imagine a world where Photoshop doesn't exist? A world where we can take every picture at face value and believe that there was no airbrushing, no retouching, no nothing? I can't. Photoshop has made it impossible for me to not question what I'm seeing and at the same twisted time has also redefined my image…
The Photoshop Rap Tutorial is back in all its remarkably educational glory. In fact, if anything it's less funny than the first but more instructive, and I'm pretty sure I'm happier that way:
In the world of photography, Photoshop is the industry standard in post production work—capapble of doing nearly anything to any given photo. Though the rabbit hole is extremely deep, there are a few simple steps you can take to spruce up your images quickly and efficiently.
49 notes seems pretty pricey to me, but then it's a lot more palatable than coughing up $650 for the full-flavor package. It could be handy if you had a month's work ahead of you, or always want the latest version. Adobe Subscription Editions has just launched now, for all your favorite pieces of software including…
When Emilio Gomariz noticed that Mac OS X remembers the positions of files and windows when you minimize them, he didn't just nod his head and get back to stirring in his low-fat creamer. Nope! He instead created 114 Photoshop files, placed them in exacting position, then minimized them on the dock. And when he…
If you believe what you see on TV, the US' Girl Scouts seem to spend all their time selling cookies door-to-door, but over in the UK the Girl Guide Association is concerned with far-weightier goals: changing Photoshop's future in media.
There's another Photoshop preview vid out today, this time for a feature called Puppet Warp. And if you thought Content-Aware Fill was amazing, wait until you see how Puppet Warp lets you bend and twist images.
It's the 20 year anniversary of Adobe Photoshop and we're feeling nostalgic about images that have made us laugh and cry. We're also curious about what your favorite (and work safe!) photoshopped images are.
Photoshop 1.0 is old—20 years old to be exact—but it looks brand-spanking-new and fan-freakin'-tastic on an iPhone. Forget the newest version of the image editing software, because after seeing this teasing demo, you'd be happy with 1.0.
Photoshop! On Android! Adobe's free Photoshop app for Android is surprisingly just as slick as the iPhone's though it's missing all of the special effects, focusing on basics like saturation, exposure and cropping.
Yep, Photoshop on the iPhone. At first glance, it's not much different from other light iPhone photo editing apps, except it's tied to their online service, but the effects and interface look above average. And, uh, freeness.
Adobe's Photoshop Express, its free, online version of Photoshop is live right now. Targeted at everyday consumers, it's Photoshop stripped down to a pretty slick Flash 9-powered web app we got a demo of earlier today. It's super easy to crop, adjust saturation or exposure, or perform several other simple, but solid…