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1 Million Facebook Fans for Photoshop

Dear Photoshop Facebook Fans,

When the Photoshop team began our adventure into social media, I had no idea it would be so much fun. I didn’t expect that navigating these uncharted waters would become my permanent second (night) job and one of the most exciting parts of what I do every day. On July 16, 2009, my team and I took over the Facebook Fan pages for Photoshop and Lightroom. Photoshop had 249,818 Fans and Lightroom had 7,028 Fans. Both pages were created by a former colleague, but there was little direction and no interaction with the members of the product teams.

We quickly realized the power of our Fans’ passion and creativity. Every day you were sharing images, posting comments, making suggestions and asking questions. As product managers, our jobs are to identify ways to make our products better and more useful to our customers. What better place to listen, respond and engage with our customers than our Facebook Page?

We started by asking what you wanted from the Page. We shared tips/tricks, tutorials, presets and anything we thought you would find interesting. You let us know what you liked and what you didn’t.

The Photoshop team used this as an opportunity to try new things. We focused on learning and experimenting without the fear of failure. We shared what inspired us in hopes that it too would inspire you. We shared some sneak peeks of future technologies, invited you to vote on our next Photoshop Evangelist and asked a lot of questions like “What does Photoshop mean to you?”

You responded quickly and immediately and the Photoshop team began turning to Facebook to read your reactions and gain insight from your comments.

A year and a half ago, we didn’t even have goals in mind. We wanted to spend time getting to know you and letting you get to know us. I’m proud to say that the Photoshop team’s objective on Facebook has always been to provide you value and make your experience with Photoshop better. It’s the same way we build our products at Adobe – our customer is our highest priority.

As we celebrate this milestone (1 million Facebook Fans for Photoshop), we thank you for your passion, creativity and participation, and we promise to continue our commitment to making your creative visions a reality. We hope you’ll join us throughout the week for some fun and giveaways as we celebrate YOU. Today, leave a comment below answering the question, “If we could make one improvement to Photoshop specifically for YOU, what would it be?” We’ll pick 5 random people from the comments to receive a free copy of both Photoshop and Lightroom as a thank you for your dedication.

Best,

Maria Yap
Director of Product Management, Digital Imaging

Lightroom, Other news, Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, Photoshop Touch, Photoshop.com, Revel

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  • By Tina Palmer - 9:32 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Happy 1 millionith fan!!!!! I could use an upgrade, lol! :)

    • By Lukas 45 - 9:59 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

      Very nice. Awesome job 😀

    • By Dustin Shannon - 10:09 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

      Congrats on the 1 million. Quite an achievement! If I had a Photoshop request it would be to add an option to make the Pen Tool behave and work exactly as it does in Illustrator. Also, why would my school stop offering the Mac version of Master Collection. They tell me I need to use boorcamp to install windows so I can use CS5 but I am an animator and use Maya and Photoshop side by side, so that will actually be a HUGE pain for me. Thanks!

    • By Derek Cookson - 10:55 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

      Congratulations at reaching 1 million! If I could ask for ONE new feature, it would be more of the photoshop tools to end up in Lightroom! I LOVE LIGHTROOM!

    • By Lindsay King - 11:13 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

      Congratulations on your 1 Million FB fans, although, there is no doubt that there are so many of us othere there that far surpass one million! I want to give a big thank you for the invention of Lightroom as it has changed the course of my life and business. Going into my 4th year of weddings, I had been using a program from the competition. I decided to download LR3 and was astonished when I completed a FULL WEDDING in 3 days, not my average of 3 WEEKS! I have spent more time with my children (a first grader and a fiesty 3 year old) in the last 3 weeks than I did in the 3 months prior. I am hoping to purchase LR for my birthday in 2 weeks as it has given me back the gift of family. Thank you for this amazing tool that has had a profound influence on my family time, I look forward to trying out Photoshop in the very near future as well!!
      Many Blessings~
      Lindsay King

    • By Dig - 12:21 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

      Happy Million!! I have been a photoshop user back when it was labeled as Photoshop 5!! I love photoshop, and more RECENTLY fall in-love with Lightroom 3! Thanks.

    • By Louise - 2:19 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

      WooHoo. Love Photoshop and Lightroom. Happy 1 millionth

    • By Raj - 3:50 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

      Congratulations.. You are the best and you deserve it.

    • By Karolis Poliksa - 4:11 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

      Congratulations! Pls make calculations of effects and etc. acceleratible by video harware and make smart objects linkabe to outside file so it could reduce consumtion of recources :)

      • By homm stacks - 9:58 AM on November 11, 2011   Reply

        i like that the photo shop haves alot of pics for me to look at and females :)! yes sir

    • By Taylor - 5:04 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

      Thanks for all the hard work, guys. Your program is the revolution I needed in my teen years. Now I’m heading toward a degree!

    • By Rockney Richards - 5:49 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

      Congratulations on your Facebook fan base expansion! The one thing I would like to see best in both in Illustrator and Photoshop would be horizontal and vertical align center short cut keys.

    • By hilary - 8:48 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

      Ohhh I have loved Photoshop for YEARS and have done so many creative things with it since it first started.. OF COURSE it deserves to have MILLIONS of FANS.. And Yes I deserve to win.. I’ve been with them since the beginning.. and still loving it today! .. I already have Lighroom …. makes my photos even greater!!

    • By Rose Prochnicki - 9:32 AM on October 15, 2010   Reply

      Wow!!! Congrats! I’m learning how to use Photoshop. Looking forward to checking out all the tips.

    • By Trevor Knight - 12:30 PM on October 16, 2010   Reply

      1 million that is so cool. One thing I always liked to see is tha ability to remove mosaics from pictures or that the metedata of the pictures would maintain the original pic of any altered photo. I love burying things in photos and would like more abilities like that. To truly manipulate a photo would rock.

      Party on and keeps rocking Adobe Photoshop

  • By Jill Harper - 9:32 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on reaching the million mark!!

  • By Slappy Marsden - 9:32 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    1 Million Strong!

    Thumbs-up Team Adobe!!!

    Cheers :)

  • By Glenn Steiner - 9:32 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Your product has been instrumental in creating my new “Labor Day” series. Thanks!

  • By Marco Klompalberts - 9:32 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations from the Netherlands with 1 million facebook fans

  • By Pam Russ - 9:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop, the way to make life beautiful. Thank you for the creations I can do.

  • By nathalie - 9:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    HI! Am I the first one to leave a comment? Would really loooove winning this.

    Besos! Bisous! Kisses

  • By anita - 9:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    love photoshop!!
    congrats on the million!!

  • By Robin M - 9:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop is amazing software and love the FB site. It is full of great information. Thank you!!!

  • By Shannon Riley - 9:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Yay for 1 million fans Photoshop!

  • By Dawn - 9:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Awesome! As a photographer I don’t know what I would do without Photoshop. Thanks a million! {pun intended}

  • By adham - 9:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    PHOTOSHOPIAN 4EVER XD

  • By Tim - 9:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Went from cs3 to cs5, WOW!!!

  • By Florian Rabl - 9:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    THATS GREAT!!!!

  • By Annukka - 9:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Well done! :)

  • By Jasmin Tejada - 9:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop rocks!!! Love the tips and tutorials you guys put in your FB page, keep it up.

  • By Lisa Keel - 9:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Some people go to bars for fun I PHOTOSHOP :)

  • By Nikki Miller - 9:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    LOVE photoshop!! :) Can’t imagine life without it. 😀

  • By Amy - 9:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Thanks for all of the valuable information you post for us!

  • By sue anne rush - 9:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I use CS3 on Windows XP.
    It wouldbe nice to get the latest CS product.

    I like CS3 but wish it would load and work faster on my PC.

  • By Dawn - 9:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Hi there! Congrats on 1 million fans! I love Photoshop and basically use Adobe’s bundle for everything! I really need light room for my new job as a real estate photographer – please oh pretty please!

  • By Josh Sawyer - 9:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love you PhotoShop!!!!!!

  • By Dustin South - 9:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats Ps team! Photoshop has always been my first love and what was got me hooked on the entire CS. Keep up the brilliant work!

  • By Deb Plummer - 9:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Hurray Photoshop!!!

  • By Mo Brassert - 9:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop you my only friend! Where would I be without you.

  • By jason S. - 9:34 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    <3 Social Media! It has been good getting to know you aswell!

  • By Ezchile - 9:34 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Make it more affordable so that more people can appreciate it’s brilliance.

    • By George - 5:03 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

      congrats to the photoshop programmers they’ve released a version with proper updates. gg rotate canvas 😀

  • By Norbeth DeJesus - 9:34 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Social media is the BEST for business! Congratulations on a million fans!

  • By Josh Taylor - 9:34 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop is great for reducing and retouching photos. Can we improve photo enlargement processes? There are several plug-ins available that do this, so why hasn’t photoshop integreated this? Still operating on CS4 so if CS5 has this, please forgive.

  • By Christian Czako - 9:34 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    include detailed video tutorials INTO the software

  • By Joanne Alexandris - 9:34 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Adobe has the best products…period! Photoshop happens to be my favorite with Illustrator coming in second. Thank you Adobe!

  • By Omar Delgado - 9:34 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Thanks for the wonderful info you provide on a daily basis.. I enjoy all the cool tips. Hope 2 million comes quick. Thanks!!

  • By Rebecca Bell - 9:34 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would love it if there were some collage templates directly in the Photoshop software. This would be a big timesaver! Love Photoshop!!!!

  • By Mary Sweeney - 9:34 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Someday I will know how to use all that Photoshop has to offer. Now I just need to figure out how to live forever. Thank you for a fabulous product!

  • By Jorge Nunez - 9:34 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Woot! adobe is the best(:

  • By Angela - 9:34 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Would be great to win this!!!

    • By John Onorato - 8:37 PM on October 15, 2010   Reply

      I’d love to see tools act the same across programs in the Creative Suite — IOW have the Pen tool act the same in Photoshop as it does in Illustrator. If a user wants them to act the default way, then perhaps they could set a preference to do so.

      Gratz on the million :)

  • By Scott - 9:34 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’m loving the repousse tool. Fantastic

  • By Nik - 9:34 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop is part of my work, but, more importantly, part of my happiness. When not out hiking or otherwise enjoying the great outdoors, I’m happily tweaking photos I’ve taken to finesse out power lines or litter, or just creating art.

    I love this product. I’m happy to know that Adobe is listening to fans.

  • By Rhonda Thompson - 9:34 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I LOVE PHOTOSHOP!!!!! pick me pick me!!!

  • By Rick Magann - 9:34 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    ♥LOVE Photoshop!!!

  • By nancy girardini - 9:35 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on reaching 1,000,000 fans! Im glad to be one of them….

  • By Katie - 9:35 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’m a fan 😀

  • By Billy York - 9:35 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Just love photoshop! I could not do my job without it!

  • By Knox - 9:35 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on you benchmark of a million.. it could easily be doubled.. I love your products and can’t wait to better discipline myself to them. Would love to work with CS5… way to go!

  • By Audra Miller - 9:35 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love photoshop, I use it on ALL my pictures..keep on rocking it Photoshop!!!

    • By Jeffery Kordsmeier - 10:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

      I would like to have Easy to understand color management tools/workflow.

  • By Tim - 9:35 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations. I don’t know what I would do without Photoshop. Keep up the good work.

  • By JKILL - 9:35 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats!

  • By Raul Navarrete - 9:35 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    i am an artist and mostly work with oil but as i am starting to learn more of photoshop im beginning to expand my work with an entirely new approach, photoshop has allowed me to do things with my art that i have never donr before. keep up the great work guys.

  • By Zoe Waller - 9:35 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    If you could make one improvement to Photoshop specifically for me? I’d definitely have to say more control when using the filter options. Especially for blurring and the like. I’m currently using CS3, due to not having the money to upgrade to CS4 or CS5. We’ve all been there, lol. Anyway, in using CS3, I’ve had a few problems with getting the blur filters and the blur tool to work as well as I’d like. I’ve also had a few issues with the filters applying themselves to where I want. So, if you could make one improvement for me, that’s what I’d want. Easier and more control over how the filters are applied. Otherwise, I love it. (:

  • By Nancy Kent - 9:35 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The improvement that I would like is having the selected item stay selected, without having to Reselect each time I do a edit on it.

  • By Knonie - 9:35 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Hey Photoshop…
    You’re the one who helped me making my dreams turn into real…
    It’s been many years since I’m in love with you, and I’ll keeping loving you forever…
    You rock my world!
    <3

  • By Andrea joki - 9:35 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Lightroom has been the best thing to ever hit photography since the invention of the digital sensor. Thanks Adobe!

  • By Stirling Spasaro - 9:35 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I absolutely love the Photoshop Fan page on Facebook! I loveeee the tutorials, especially. It transforms a boring day into an instantly creative one!

  • By Joe Lucas - 9:35 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats! Keep up the good work!

  • By Simon - 9:35 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Hey, congratulations!

  • By jippon - 9:35 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    i want 1 😀

  • By Chris Thomas - 9:35 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love Photoshop for me its a easy to understand program.

  • By Mark Turner - 9:35 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    A more affordable price.

  • By mark alfred barraca - 9:35 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    it could be putting a chat system on it with a webcast of course to communicate with other artist sharing their masterpiece and exchanging some thoughts for improvement for any piece or project they have.

  • By Paul Mycroft - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Many congratulations!

  • By Katie - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’m a fannn!

  • By Chris Allen - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I truly feel that both products are PERFECT as they are!!! I am and have always been a HUGE fan of Adobe products to include my favorites Photoshop and Lightroom! Thank you for all you do and your stellar company! :)

  • By Simonne - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Hello is this where I leave a comment to win?

  • By Bea Toscano - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    To answer your question: I think I would like if you could rollover the toolbox and get the quick key for that tool instead of having to click on it to see the quick key. Something for the super lazy folk, like me.

  • By Martina Kobieter - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    All I can say is that every single fan of the million is well deserved! thank you, dear photoshop-team, for creating the most exciting and versatile creative tool existing!

  • By Carli Morgan - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The one change to Photoshop I would wish for is to have the licensing set the way Lightroom is, so I could switch back and forth between my computers without having to transfer the license.

    Love you forever,
    Carli

  • By Jacques - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    One improvement for me would be the option to add a watermak to the photos that were Exported through Bridge. This feature exists for the PDF creation, but not for the Export functionality in Bridge.

    This would save a lot of time for me when I would like to send sample photos to clients with the word ‘sample’ on it, or even my copyright watermark.

    That would save a LOT of time for me.

    Thank you

  • By Shasta Seagle - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I have enjoyed using Photoshop for many years. When I first started using it, I only knew how to change the filters to make my photos look like different varities of paintings and sketchings. Now, I am pretty adept at Photoshop. I have created digital paintings that are just awesome and my photos are always cutting-edge. Without Photoshop, I don’t think I would have been able to push my artistic skills the way I have. Thank YOU Photoshop!

  • By Nikki Miller - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    OMGosh, how can you improve?!! it’s wonderful.. hmmmm.. I think one improvement for me would be the perfect skin retouching tool. Some kind of tool made SPECIFICALLY for skin to improve the texture and blotchyness ! :)

  • By Stephanie - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I want the Lightroom cropping tool in PS!

  • By Roopak Vachali - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The improvement i like would be to have a wallpaper of a loved on the Photoshop Work Area within the application. Fanciful thinking, i guess.

  • By Becky Jenkins - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations!

  • By Enrico - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations!!!
    I wish that Photoshop could save PNG files in a quicker way (a 4000×3000 file takes too long). For the rest, it’s very good!
    Kind regards!
    Enrico

  • By Christian - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    If we could make one improvement to Photoshop specifically for YOU, what would it be?
    My suggestion: Make it less expensive. Make Camera Raw independent from PS-Version.

  • By sandy riester - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    one improvement to photoshop just for me?
    that’s a tough question. the more i learn about photoshop, the more i realize i don’t know about photoshop.

    if photoshop could only read my mind….like google instant reads my mind, then and only then could i be completely satisfied.

    =)

  • By Sheila - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    What a great opportunity! I don’t have lightroom yet, but have been really wanting to try it out!

    I have CS3 at the moment and would love to have a right click paste feature available on my layer thumbnail. It would really save me a lot of time when I’m building albums for my clients.

  • By Lara Russo - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love your posts on Facebook! Keeps me informed and I love all the tips and tricks, and fun stories. You guys rock! What would the world be without Photoshop after all! :)

  • By Kyle Kane - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I am a huge Photoshop and Lightroom fan. I am a web design student at The Art Institute in California and my school gives me access to the software so needless to say I am always at school. Thank you for the amazing software.

  • By Angela - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would love to be able to see the action w/ a picture like elements has. Sometimes I forget specifically how that action would look.

  • By Kalyn - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Life just wouldnt be the same without Photoshop! I use it for all my pictures!

  • By Krunal - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    One improvement that you could make to photoshop specifically for me is that some of the features on photoshop are hard to figure it for beginner photoshop user. If possible try to make features like mask, layer easy to use in such a way that you dont have to choose so many option to get to final result.

    Thank you!

  • By Michal Gregus - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I never won anything :(
    Anyway big up for 1 million!!! PS is the best!

  • By Kim Westry - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop is the best thing since sliced bread.

  • By tanya - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    hiya all i am so glad you got there well done can you enter me in to the draw plz tanya

  • By Mike Reale - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The ability to easily import files by dragging them into a new psd file. This capability was removed in CS5 where the dragged image/file is imported into the same one. I liked the fact that it opened in a new file.

  • By Tina Baxter - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would have to say more tutorials within photoshop.

  • By Henryc - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    “If we could make one improvement to Photoshop specifically for YOU, what would it be?”

    A functional and full-integrated colour-wheel would be awesome!

  • By Ed Mayhall - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Lowering the price a bit would help so I can use the latest version at home.

  • By Erin Moore - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    It would be great if photoshop could use the eyedropper tool (just like in illustrator) to select the font of the text you clicked for the Text layer that is selected.

  • By Nicky Hurt - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Honestly, I’m positive anything I could think of doing, PS does, I just haven’t learned how to do it yet. 😉

  • By Tobi - 9:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    PS…what would I do without you!!!

  • By ANDY GARCIA - 9:37 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I WANT MY COPY OF PHOTOSHOP, I ONLY HAVE MY CS VERSION BECAUSE I DONT HAVE TO MUCH MONEY, BUT I WOULD LIKE TO DO MORE AND BECOME A PRO

  • By Tom Kenfield - 9:37 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Thanks so much for all the tips you all provide. In terms of an improvement, it’d be nice to make Lightroom more of a plug-in for Photoshop as opposed to Bridge so that I could incorporate the ease of flow with LR and have the powerful tools of PS at the same time.

  • By Ken - 9:37 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would love to have the option of exporting directly from Photoshop to online sites like Flickr and smugmug as well as social media like facebook

  • By Glen - 9:37 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’d like to see a boundary detector sort of thing for the content awareness Spot Healing Brush. It’s already a great tool, but trying to get rid of elements that are next to a desired element can oftentimes be a little frustrating to remove.

  • By Stephanie Rice - 9:37 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love CS5. a little improvement to the content aware would be nice but its still an amazing feature.

  • By Sara Hoogwerf - 9:37 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    What an amazing opportunity you give to us to make us look good!

  • By Dianne Earley - 9:37 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love Photo shop! Most of the times I can correct my photography blunders with this awesome software! Thanks ya’ll!

  • By Sarah - 9:37 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations! Keep up with the good work.

  • By Gk3 - 9:37 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’d like to see a built in font manager in the next Photoshop. Something similar to Linotype for OSX!

  • By Tony Roberts - 9:37 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Since I use the bracket keys constantly for resizing the size of the Brush tool,and since my right hand is mouse bound, I would really like to exchange the bracket keys for keys nearer to my left hand, say the numbers 1 & 2 keys.

    • By Martin Day - 10:02 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

      You can do that already. Just go into the keyboard shortcuts options under the edit menu and select tools. Find the bracket keys and swap them for another key of you choice. Simple.

  • By Ryan Mooney - 9:37 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’ve been using Photoshop for the last 8 years, and its popularity is a testament to its incredible abilities. Along with InDesign, I have designed 6 (six) yearbooks for the middle school and high school I attended. I can’t wait to see the first college book I’m working on with the team! Thankyou Photoshop!

  • By Kelly Swieck - 9:37 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    If you could make one improvement in Photoshop specifically for me, it would be a better way to mask out the content that you do not want to fill a selection with when using content aware fill.

  • By susan gibson - 9:37 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    i really just love love love my photoshop…..susan

    ps i would like to WIN

  • By Evie - 9:37 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love Photoshop. I don’t know what I’d do without it.

  • By Brandi - 9:37 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I don’t think you could make much of an improvement, Photoshop and lightroom are wonderful!!!!!!!

  • By Sharron - 9:37 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The action recording would have an “autodraft save” feature. Love…Photoshop!

  • By Sean Sohl - 9:37 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I use photoshop a lot for portrait work and I would really love a high end skin smoothing tool. Not one that makes things look all plastic-like, but a really nice one. I currently use Portraiture plugin with photohop.

  • By Jorge Nunez - 9:37 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Oh dang i didnt answer the question, umm make it so i can mask out hair better

  • By Oscar Macanan Jr. - 9:37 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I wish Photoshop would support working in the cloud. It would be really nice to have some my work files available to me anywhere where there is a workstation with a Adobe Photoshop installed. Also, if it’s not too much to ask- I’d like Photoshop to improve its capability to create and tweak 3D objects!

  • By Jonathan Seydel - 9:38 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I really can’t imagine anything more from either Lightroom or Photoshop… VIVA ADOBE!

  • By Tamara Kane - 9:38 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    My husband is hooked on Photoshop. I can’t get him away from the computer but he is able to create some amazing images with the software.

  • By Alejandra Zamora - 9:38 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop is THE BEST tool anyone can have if you need to simply edit your photos or produce real art works!! It is easy yet the most complete graphics software!! :) Thanks for the opportunity to participate and hopefully win your AMAZING product!!

  • By Nancylee Limond - 9:38 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Have more up-to-date clip art and backgrounds. I havent used a new version of photo shop so you may have already done this! I’m currently using photo shop 5.0 so its been a while, but I love it and I would love to see what else there is to offer!

  • By Julia Foster - 9:38 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    If you could make one improvement to Photoshop specifically for me, it would be to add more actions that come with the program. There should be more actions that people use every day.

  • By Joe Lucas - 9:38 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    One feature I would love would be a 2 second re-wind on the brush tool so if I screw up at the last second I won’t undo the whole brush stroke just the last 2 seconds worth!

  • By Kris Michaelson - 9:38 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Don’t sell out to Microsoft!!! Oh, and some added tutorials for tablets would be great. :)

  • By Phil Hawkins - 9:38 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop is the best at what it does, always the choice of Pro’s!, Congrats for the success, all the hard work paid off and continues to do so!

  • By Jasen Vega - 9:38 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love photoshop its used everyday for multiply types of applications around the office and home. The software just continues to get better, I wish adobe much Success in reaching there goals….& FYI Photoshop has more than a 1,000,000,000 FaceBookers We’ll soon see!!!

  • By Kurt J - 9:38 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Just saw the announcement on fb for the 1 millionth fan. Congratulations! There HAS to be a few more million out there that haven’t joined (probably to busy with Photoshop).
    I’ve been using Photoshop since way back when it was a Macromedia product. I got converted from another COmpany that wil Remain namELess ;D
    Congrats once again and here to the next million!

  • By David Kerr - 9:38 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations to Photoshop …

    Photography and Photoshop are creative partners that can never be equalled.

  • By Karen - 9:38 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love photoshop and the ability to completely change a photograph, perform graphic design and just have fun! I wish photoshop would have more filters available (polarizing, etc) just like a camera.

  • By Kendal Miller - 9:38 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I great adjustment for me would be to make it possible where you can compare several adjustments on a photo all with one click. Meaning, have a key to click and see an auto contract, auto color and auto level example side-by-side on the same screen. Just a thought! :)

  • By Kristine Faith Moral - 9:38 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations, Photoshop!

    This just proved how powerful and helpful this computer application is. :) More power and keep improving and innovating! :)

  • By Sarah Wild - 9:38 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Dear Photoshop-Team,

    i would love some better suport for graphic tablet users, like a feature were you can set your own settings for each brush or tool.
    it would be awesome to see that on ps6 :)

    greets sarah

  • By kathy kielar - 9:38 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would love to see a powerful noise reduction tool.

  • By Kiehl Morris - 9:38 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Way to go Adobe! Always at the head of the class.

  • By Tanya - 9:38 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Woo Hoo-1M strong!!

  • By Phillip - 9:38 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    To have a setting in Photoshop that would allow it to operate more like Fireworks to create vector graphics, and additionally effortlessly allow objects (like shapes) to exist on the same layer in much the same way that Fireworks does.

  • By Michal Gregus - 9:38 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I think PS does his job really well! Suits me perfectly!

  • By Tricia - 9:38 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love Photoshop and have had a blast over the pastyear learning the program and utilizing to make my own publications and edit photos of my kids. I think the only idea I can come up with since I think the program has a ton of easy to use features already would be to make it easier somehow to morph two photos together

  • By Denver - 9:38 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I think photoshop earned it hahahahahahahah
    Photoshop is SOOOOOOOO !!!!! MEGA SWORD !!!!!
    ahhaahahaha LOL 😛

    Change the word With Photoshop 😉

  • By Ross - 9:38 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    It would be great if there were some built in tutorials directly within the program for beginners like myself.

  • By jeremy beswick - 9:39 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would love it if you could make some way of projecting a separate space that works with photoshop so I could as I have been asked many times now produces live time art and show it on a projection at art shows. The virtual space in projection would not show tools just the work appearing like a time laps animation but in real time. I have so long now wanted to do live Photoshop art and this if possible would rock my socks!!! if this was possible to show the art produced in another window as it was created without showing the tools and brush it would look so good and make art at gigs partys and gallery shows such a good tool !! 😀

  • By angelica - 9:39 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    i currently work with cs3 and I love ittttt! please pick me =)

  • By Ged Owen - 9:39 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    one specific improvement i would like? hmmm….. that one is quite a difficult one as it is really good already especially with the content aware etc… but if i was to say a specific improvement just for me.. it would be to be able to take photos in photoshop and edit them live… say if you plugged in a camera into your pc via usb or a webcam.. then you could take a picture there and then or edit it on the spot :)

  • By Eddie De Jesus - 9:39 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I am proud to say that I am a Photoshop Professional. Few inventions in the last 20 years have changed the way we see photography and graphics as Photoshop has. Keep up the good work guys!!

  • By jeremy secrest - 9:39 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I heart photoshop. It’s totally the best. (and i would heart winning a free copy)

  • By Sarah Sharp - 9:39 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Very hard question to answer…but if I could pick ONE thing for you awesome people at Adobe to improve…it would probably be image re-sizing. I thought maybe I could right click on the image and be able to do it from there. I re-size practically every project to put it on my deviantart website. Thanks again for such an amazing program that gives me confidence to do anything! :)

  • By Shawn - 9:39 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    CS5 and LR3 are two of the most dynamic and useful tools for photography at virtually every level of photography. I love the new features of “content aware fill” and especially the “Tethered Capture” feature in LightRoom 3 in the studio to make real-time corrections to lighting and composition.

    Keep up the great work!

  • By Ginger Barber - 9:39 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    If we could make one improvement to Photoshop specifically for YOU, what would it be

    I can not think of one single thing that can be improved. You have everything I need, plus there are so many tutorials out there! I have CS4 and love it and I would love to try lightroom!

  • By Mithun Das - 9:39 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love photoshop…coz i can make my friends look funny

  • By Gina Fonseca - 9:39 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    That’s awesome! I’ve been in love with photoshop and their products for years now, and have used them as an essential tool to help my creativity flourish. Clearly I am one in a million of other artists, photographers, innovators, designers, jacks of all trade, and those special few who strive for an excellence above the norm! congrats on your successes and keep up the good work!

  • By Marc - 9:39 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would like the unnatural ability to put cats and dogs next to each other in photos. Thanks.

  • By Steven - 9:39 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I am actually happy with Photoshop. I can’t think of any improvement yet. There is a lot I still have to learn, and the additions in CS5 are amazing!

  • By Stacey Stehley - 9:39 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The one improvement you could make for me would be that it would be more affordable. Awesome program, not so awesome price.

  • By Jarred Stanley - 9:39 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Maybe im missing this feature if it slready exists but an Extremely fast way to send an open original image as an optimized jpg to email in one step. Faster than save as, drag Image into a new email etc and send. Other than that, keep up the great work.

  • By Sally Ann Gray - 9:39 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would like a really easy automatic way of putting a watermark or copyright on all of my photos that I immediately post to Facebook. Would save me so much time if I just had to press a couple of buttons or better yet one!

    Thank you

  • By Bill - 9:39 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The Adobe web site comment/FAQ/help pages have been no help in answering a question I have so I will try here. Does this site, http://www.perfect-shareware.com/frontpage.htm, sell legit copies of Photoshop? Your answer is anxiously awaited. Thank you.

  • By Olli - 9:39 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    My wife asked me who is more important – Photoshop or she, now she is angry 😉

  • By Lisa Keel - 9:39 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    One improvement would be hard quicker raw processing would be nice.

  • By Simonne - 9:39 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    “If we could make one improvement to Photoshop specifically for YOU, what would it be?”

    Put the lens correction back where it used to be in cs4 please :)

  • By Teri Egts - 9:39 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I need a way to organize and manage my files as I work on them with automatic backups falling into place without my having to archive and re-archive the working files. I get too many different projects going at once, because of client demand and my interests, and would like to have a program built in to store and backup all my changes as I make them.

  • By Nicole - 9:39 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    CONGRATULATIONS!!!

    Photoshop broke the 1 million Fan mark at Facebook and I am one of them – WOOOHOOO!!! I am really so happy to be a part of the big Photoshop-Family at FB. It makes so much fun, to get to know so many designers, Photoshop-artists and lovers trough your page. It’s just inspiring!

    Thank you guys, for sharing your passion with us!

    I love to keep updated by you at Facebook!

    Yours one fan of more than a million <3

    ~N

  • By Christine - 9:39 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I wish photoshop had a hot key for uploading photos to private websites/blogs/social network sites

  • By Leng Sheng Hong - 9:40 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I wish that converting vectors in photoshop to Illustrator works in a better way and vice-versa. Need to get vector graphics working seamlessly between this 2 common graphic editors

  • By Gabriel Cid - 9:40 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’ve been an avid PS user for the last 4 years. I only wish I had more time to learn all the latest features of CS5!

  • By Ashley Holland - 9:40 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love photoshop and lightroom just the way they are but if I had to choose 1 improvement that I would benefit from it would have to be pre installed stock images that I could access off line.

  • By kareem andary - 9:40 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I want to thank you so much for your effort.
    I would like to get some more detailed toolbar for 3D objects.

  • By Julie Prichard - 9:40 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Oh Photoshop I love you so much! I think you do such an excellent job already…photoshop branded (not third party) accessories to help people understand and learn the shortcuts would be nice…only I don’t know exactly what that should be. I just keep looking how to make myself faster and faster while editing.

  • By Karen O'Donnell - 9:40 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Hey I have enjoyed your photoshop facebook page since the very first time I saw it and started following (liking) it. It brings me so much information, so much motivation and so much inspiration. Thanks for making it what it is!

  • By Kassia Buchholz - 9:40 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love seeing updates and news about photoshop on facebook. i’ve been a fan and user of Photoshop since I was 14 years old, and continue to use it to this day (13 years later) as a graphic designer. Keep up the good work, and keep us posted!!!

  • By Greg Hinson - 9:40 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on the milestone! So many companies could learn from your social interaction with your clients/users! Keep up the good work!

  • By Mansoor Fahmeed - 9:40 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love to use Adobe products, I’m a professional. Adobe always provide really useful and easy to use products.
    regards
    Mana

  • By Lanna Wing - 9:40 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I do not have photoshop, just lightroom. I LOVE lightroom!

  • By Marius Z. - 9:40 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The only improvement for me whoud be a smaller price tag for the newest version. :))

  • By Rose Clark - 9:40 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    If there was one thing I could change about Photoshop, it would be an easier way to make the diecut (rounded corner) frames added to a photo. I have seen at least 10 different explanations of how to do it, but the one i like the best still requires i create a new document to finalize it :(…too time consuming to do to as many photos as I would like.

    Thanks for this wonderful opportunity, and I REALLY hope I win!!!! 😀

  • By Cem Turan - 9:41 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Was at the CS5 Creative Tour. And it was truely amazing! Adobe thank you for everything, and keep on creating amazing products.

    Photoshop all the way across the sky :)

  • By Andy Johnson - 9:41 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I really feel, that to add some form of wizard process into PS for new users would be highly beneficial. At first PS to new users can simply appear completely overwhelming, therefore putting a mental block on the mindset of new users.

    Yes there are many tutorials etc out there,but a wizard run through showing key steps within a simple design would really promote the abilities of the software and lessen the feeling of the great unknown

    Well done on the fan milestone

    Andy Johnson

  • By Courtney Schlaud - 9:41 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    So very excited for this opportunity! :) Creativity is endless.

  • By Lawrence The Mute - 9:41 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Before you my life was all washed out… my eyes hurt with a redness that even visine couldn’t get out…. i couldn’t keep myself centered…. there was just not enough light….or sometimes there was too much….
    thank you photoshop….

  • By Patrick Nolte - 9:41 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I can live with a computer without the internet, but a computer without Photoshop is just a pile of circuits.

  • By mdesign - 9:41 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    My Wish: make a facebook photoshop app with basic filters, crop, rotate, etc..
    Happy 1million fan day!:)

  • By Virginia Madden - 9:41 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love photoshop. No!! I am ADDICTED to Photoshop! I have been using it for 10 years now and am still amazed at how many new things I continue to learn and how many things I have yet to learn!

  • By Alana Turley - 9:41 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Thank you for your dedication to excellence on behalf of your faithful followers. You have truly made Photoshop a mainstay for photographers like me. I love all the new tips and tricks you share with us.
    Thank you again for everything.

  • By Nicole Pellegrino | Snips and Snails Photography - 9:41 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations and love photoshop!

  • By Amy C - 9:41 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Glad I’m one of those fans! Photoshop just keeps getting better and it’s nice to have them posting new tips and techniques that I can learn from all the time. Thank you & keep up the amazing work!

  • By Dana Qualls - 9:41 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Have seen the new release in action and would LOVE to have a copy ! Actually, I NEED a copy. The new painting abilities have my tongue wagging to try them out ! Might actually inspire me to get back into digi-painting the way that I should be into it =-D

  • By Michelle Ley - 9:41 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    CONGRATULATIONS!! Pick me! Pick me! I’m in dire need of a PS upgrade!

  • By Martina Kobieter - 9:41 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    being a photoshop artist and classical painter aswell, i’d like to see some improvements concerning the brushes. tips simulating different media like charcoal, ballpoint pen, etc. and different paper structures would be outstanding.

  • By Michele - 9:41 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop rulez!! I love it!! Sorry can’t think of anything at the moment. I need to brush up on my skills.

  • By jeni - 9:42 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    YAY Adobe Photoshop! I HEART YOU! proud to be one in a million!

  • By Sheryl Wise - 9:42 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I was jazzed when I found PhotoShop on Facebook as PhotoShop is my most frequently used and favorite application and Facebook is my addiction…LOL. To have them both in the same place is awesome!

  • By Rose Clark - 9:42 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Wow! I just realized i was the FIRST one to comment!…pretty awesome :)

  • By Moritz Rennecke - 9:42 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations to ourselfs and the great work of this team! I just wonder why we haven’t reached the 2 million mark until now… There’s no real alternative to Lightroom & Photoshop!

    Moritz (Germany)

  • By Ashish Gupta - 9:42 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Hi,

    I have been following this for quite some time and find it really great to learn all those small tricks that can really help you save a lot of time. Not to mention the other cool stuff that I never know could be done with Photoshop and Lightroom or how to do it.

    I am kind of new to Digital Photography, but have been learning to use Lightroom, I find it really cool. Managing, editing and now even sharing, has never been easier. :)

  • By Humberto morin - 9:42 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    A magic wand selection tool with a sharper & more true selection capability.

  • By Seanna - 9:42 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would love to be able to upgrade without the cost :)

  • By Julie Vining - 9:42 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I have been trying to learn Photoshop and have given up several times, but I am now determined to learn it. I would like more tutorials on different types of photo projects. Thank you.

  • By Edward - 9:42 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Thumbs up for 1.000.000 members!

  • By Samana - 9:42 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop is my life :)

  • By kelly - 9:42 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    glad to be one of the million

  • By Tomas Pettersson - 9:42 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The best thing to do with photoshop is to make it cheaper for private users.

  • By Nita Cavelli - 9:42 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I thank YOU for creating the most amazing software ever to be fathomed into existence! I am going to know it inside and out one day and use it to bring love, hope, light, faith, joy, and happiness to all. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK you!

  • By Thomas Rønn - 9:42 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I really think that without Photoshop and Lightroom, I’d soon be out of business! In a way it’s funny how Photoshop was the one and only choice – and then comes Lightroom and steals maybe 70% of my workflow – overnight! That was really a revelation… And today Lightroom is the Hub of my business. Nothing happens until the pictures been through LR. And Photoshop is the still like the Headmaster of the School. But it’s also changed the way I use Photoshop. Today it’s much more specific editing for web, cutout’s and the like…
    But no business without your Business!
    And just keep the tutorials and hint’s coming – they’re great!

  • By Tammy Bautista - 9:43 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on reaching a million fans. I LOVE love LOVE Cs5.

  • By Ibtissem - 9:43 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations Adobe Photoshop for having 1 million fans..
    you deseve it.. keep the good work up and we wish you more success..

  • By simo mrini - 9:43 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Easy merging of layers from a project to an other.

  • By Steven - 9:43 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Grats! That’s a lot of fans and there should be, love photoshop XD. I use it for web design and photography just about every day it seems. I haven’t tried out Lightroom yet, seems pretty nice though.

    “If we could make one improvement to Photoshop specifically for YOU, what would it be?” Can’t really think of any improvements 0_o. Then..that’s not really a problem lol.

  • By Laura - 9:43 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Hey Photoshop! First I gotta say that you’ve made the greatest thing ever when it comes to digital painting programs! My own improvement for photoshop would be to add a function which would understand my commands through a microphone. Like when I say “gradient” it selects the gradient tool. It would be awesome! And it would save a lot of time! Hope that I’m gonna win but also that you’ll make this happen! xoxo

  • By Eric C - 9:43 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on the mil, PS. This is another step forward in helping artists get the recognition they deserve. We are a creative bunch, and a lot of us have more talent in one finger than Justein Beiber, but we do not make billions of dollars, but we keep on working because it fuels our soul.

  • By Marilyn Pratt - 9:43 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Love all the information only have Elemonts 2 so I cannot try all the stuff one day I wiil get a new program and try to follow along.thanks for help.

  • By Steven Bergmann - 9:43 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Hellooooo!!!

    I just wanna say Photoshop… well all Adobe Products in general are the best of the best what ever xsists in the creative digital world!

    If there would be a God, i know he didnt build the heaven and earth at the first day, he paintet everything first with photoshop and illustrator and then he animated it with Ae 😀

  • By Jan Skuta - 9:43 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The best improvement for me would be introducing oome crash recoverz function like there is in InDesign. Also, option like “unlock all locked layers in seleceted group” in layers panel would be much appreciated for many webdesigners 😉

    Congrats and keep up the good work =)

  • By Robb okushama - 9:43 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Q: If we could make one improvement to Photoshop specifically for YOU, what would it be?

    A: AUTOSAVE!!! i know its only a shortcut away but man would i love it to autocache everything i do so when photoshop stops responding because my laptop sucks it could totally autosave that 6 hour long piece of art every 10 minutes or 10 actions or something! :)

  • By Irina Boersma - 9:43 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    For me it would be very useful if there was an easier way implemented in Photoshop to convert the image into looking like a specific type of film. Fx ilford delta 100 or Kodak 160NC.
    Right now im using an external plugin, but i think a lot of people who are used to work with analogue camaras and films would appreciate if the same visual characteristics could be easily accessible in digital photography. Plus visually, the “look” of analogue films are very popular right now in this retro wave, so implementing different types of films in the filters would be pleasing many people.

  • By Daniella Ribble - 9:43 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    You guys: “If we could make one improvement to Photoshop specifically for YOU, what would it be?”
    Me: Well one thing would be to win this contest so I can have my own copy. I use photoshop in school, and I don’t think it’s the most updated version. So I can’t honestly answer the question because of that. GO PHOTOSHOP FB FAN PAGE!

  • By Jessica - 9:43 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Voice activated commands so i could get it right the first time :)

  • By Greg Hinson - 9:43 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Oops. Didn’t answer your question. Trying to suggest a way to improve Photoshop is like trying improve a Ferrari! But, having just had a chance to experience Nik Software’s HDR Efex Pro made me realize how weak PS’s HDR functioning is (albeit VASTLY improved from previous versions). Finding a way to put a more intuitive interface to this feature would be great. (Though at first glance, you guys still knock Nik’s socks off when it comes to removing ghosting in these images.)

  • By monica - 9:43 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    “If we could make one improvement to Photoshop specifically for YOU, what would it be?

    I would like better instructions!

  • By Haydon Beagley - 9:43 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would like a feature, that would repair a photo if someone closes there eyes or does not smile, a tool that will intelligently replace there closed eyes/smile less face to something more fitting to that photograph.

  • By Juv Chan - 9:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Social networking integration

  • By Dave - 9:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats!

    I’d make it easier to publish books / photo albums.

  • By J. Höpfner - 9:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    There is no better product like Photoshop on this planet. Maybe in an other world.

  • By Amy C - 9:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    almost forgot! one improvement specifically for me. . . I would like to do borders easier straight from Photoshop as a filter rather than have to rely on an add-on program. Love borders and miss my filed out edges from the darkroom days!

  • By Isaak Anderson - 9:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    It would be great if you could add in some astronomy-focused tools. Maybe a whole workspace dedicated to Astronomy imaging activities. Including tools similar to what programs like AstroStack and RegiStar do, but built into Photoshop.

  • By Jim Kosinski - 9:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The whole Photoshop team is fabulous.

  • By Edgardo Granel - 9:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    First of all, I got to thank all those responsible for this magnificent piece of software that had change the world of so many people. The introduction of this software had been a crucial part on the evolution of art in the past decade or so, helping millions to achieve their goals and dreams. Adobe and Photoshop achieved a mayor revolution on art and make it more easier to us painters, penciller, inkers, photographers and people that revolve around this industry, to share our crafts with others all over the world. Photoshop had become the vessel for many folks around the globe to understand and love that we do best. Thanks Adobe and most of all Photoshop for making this whole thing more beautiful.

  • By Holly Coghlan - 9:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    If you could make a change especially for me? How about a couple.

    1. Be able to upload to my Facebook like Lightroom (except can I please be able to post to my Business page instead of just to my personal page?)

    2. Bring back the automated options that we lost from CS3

    3. Add a watermark feature to the default actions that is easily customizable with an image etc.

  • By Lukas - 9:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    A ‘doitformepls’ button to get my works instantly.

  • By Elizabeth Sescilla - 9:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I don’t THINK this is possible yet, but I would love a batch processing tool to save photos for web. I can do one at a time, but really need a way to do many photos at once with the same settings.

    Thank you for everything…I’ve learned so much in such a short time on my own and through video tutorials with photoshopuser.com.

    Keep up the good work!
    Elizabeth :)
    http://www.mountainviewvanners.com
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/dogislove

  • By Rachel - 9:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    My life would be so empty without PS. Thank you for all the awesome tips/tricks you post on FB daily.

  • By Sean Laflin - 9:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on reaching 1M fans!
    I don’t have a suggestion for change other than maybe a cheaper version for students and educators trying to get young people started in the creative world. We love all the things we can do with Photoshop!
    Thanks!

  • By Jon - 9:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The latest photoshop is unbelievable. i remember years ago seeing the healing brush demonstrated at a PhotoshopUser conference and wondered how amazing it seemed, but with the latest version you have gone above and beyond even that. photoshop is happily humming away with all my other apps and has been problem free since its installation. Thank you.

  • By Julie C - 9:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    It would be cool have an interactive link within the programme to upload directly to the Photoshop or Lightroom Facebook pages :0)

  • By Eric Scott Miller - 9:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    On behalf of your one million fans, I offer up my congratulations on reaching this milestone and want to thank every member of your team for the vast knowledge that gets shared on a daily basis!!!

  • By Tammie Rice - 9:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Adobe and Photoshop are already so awesome that it’s hard to imagine any improvements… other than, perhaps, a unique keystroke which would allow the user to add several hours to the day or slow the passage of time in order to explore and become proficient with all the functionality!

  • By Travis Grose - 9:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop is the best program on the planet!

  • By Josh - 9:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would like a cleanup tool- something that would detect stray pixels left from editing and either correct them or highlight them for inspection.

  • By Sabrina Smart - 9:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I LOVE PHOTOSHOP! I have been using it since Photoshop 5 and I think each one that comes out is better and better! I can not think of changes to make to the program other than maybe making it more affordable! :)

  • By randee - 9:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would integrate better masking tools. Ive seen some third party plug ins that blow away the standard tools, but don’t integrate into PS very well.

    • By Edward DeFaria - 11:25 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

      Congratulation to the million fans. I have been with Photoshop since Photoshop 4 cameout, I am still learning but soon I will be 75, and how soon I will upgrade to CS5? that will be a simple matter of luck to win. I would love to have that possibillity.

  • By Valerie - 9:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Make it more afforable! :)

  • By Roger - 9:45 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop continues to blow me away. Don’t know if you could make a change for me. I’m still working on how to use it to take advantage of its many capabilities.

  • By Margaret Allison - 9:45 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I adore your programs!! Winning these will be fabulous in my situation!!
    Keep creating the programs that help the amateur photographers look like professionals!!

  • By dicky pramana - 9:45 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    One improvement from Photoshop inspires millions creativity for me.. :)

  • By Haley - 9:45 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would like Photoshop to have tutorials for brush making.

  • By Jana - 9:45 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    As a website designer In Photoshop I would love to have an easy way of measuring objects – like I need to know how long is this box for example … In Fireworks there is the property inspector that tells you all about the selected item – you can even type the size in there to change it. I know that Photoshop works differently but I am missing this feature. Just click and see the size.

  • By eMazing - 9:45 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulation!!!! I love your posts and i would’nt know how to do my Daily work without PS! thanks 4 all your work!!!

  • By Mihai Georgescu - 9:45 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    1 million fans isn’t quite enough! I’m surprise dit took this long to get that many fans.

    I use Photoshop for digital painting, and, after trying pretty much every other software out there, I can safely say Photoshop is the best for this. So my suggestion would be some implementation of actual brush texturing (an easier way to do it).

    Keep up the great work, Adobe!

  • By C - 9:45 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Yayy! Congrats!!

  • By Keith H - 9:45 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on 1 Million Fans on Facebook and Thank You for such great products over the years.
    It’s always exciting to discover and learn new and enhanced Photoshop features and tools.

  • By Russel Nesvog - 9:45 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    If I could have Photoshop improved just for me it would talk to me and tell me what I am doing wrong.

  • By craig - 9:45 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would want the magnetic lasso tool to work with content aware selections.

  • By Tony Pringle - 9:45 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    A combination of PS, Elemaents, and LR. Mid priced, streamlined and less RAM/resource dependent. That make sense?

  • By Kevin Bishop - 9:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I have been using Photoshop since version 2.5. Thanks for the tips on Facebook. I can always learn something new.

  • By Dan - 9:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations, Adobe! Congratulations, Photoshop! You are the best. And this is the proof! :-))
    Your Fan
    Dan

  • By Alvin - 9:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    wow congrats 2 you
    and btw i would really like to win :-)

  • By Jim Hogan - 9:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    My business and my images would not be possible without Photoshop. Keep up the great work. I don’t know how you keep improving, but you do. Thanks!

  • By Michael Forrest - 9:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    my only suggestion for photoshop, would be a nicer integration with lightroom, so essentially a couple more of the tools being transported from photoshop to lightroom as you guys have been doing so and vice versa, making more of the basic editing tools in lightroom more accessible via toolbars in photoshop. other than that i think you guys are doing a great job

  • By Nikki Miller - 9:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    And if I could dream some more (while I’m thinking about it).. I think I would find some way to integrate Photoshop with more painterly features.. That would be my dream program 😀 I’m still having to revert to other programs to “finish” my paintings… Photoshop just isn’t QUITE there yet, but I love that it’s almost!! Keep it up!!

  • By Tammy Bautista - 9:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    OH sorry, and to answer your question on what improvement I would like is: that CS5 has a way batch re-number photos.

  • By amir raza - 9:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I am incomplete without photoshop…, started using it when I was in high school, learned it by myself, use to amaze my frends with the cool effects I used to make using it. And moved on to do a course in the same field also. Every field, no matter what it is… uses photoshop, it is a revolution!! Hats off to Adobe for changing the lives of the people of this world. Thank you so much!!

  • By Brittnie - 9:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’m not sure that I would change anything right now. I love love love everything about photoshop and use it daily!

  • By Flowers - 9:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    THANK YOU for photoshop i can’t imagine a computer without it
    touch photos , create different life and new level of creativity
    thank you for your work and congratz 😀

  • By Melanie Bruening - 9:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love the actions that are available, so I would just like to have more actions built into Photoshop already. Other than that, I love Photoshop and the amazing things you can do with it!

  • By Huseini Indorewala - 9:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Firstly congratulation on your achievement . I am too excited and hope I win one of Five copies of Photoshop u are distributing.. And also hope u continue this exciting offers and celebration and share photoshop knowledge on Facebook Page

  • By Ken and Kelli - 9:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’d improve photoshop by packaging more resources like templates and brushes. I’ve felt like we’ve been friends since PS3. Congratulations on the Facebook achievement!

    Ken and Kelli

  • By Randi Bowen - 9:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Good job! The facebook fan pages make it really easy for me to keep track of updates on my BlackBerry! I’m definitely looking forward to the continued flow of great content: the tips/tricks are extremely helpful!

    Th

  • By Dan Price - 9:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’d love to see the variables feature expanded. Specifically, I’d love to see the ability to set color’s as a variable. Then the variable color could be used for fills, text color, borders, etc. Even better would be to take this another step further and have themes that could be interchangeable (where a group of colors could be swapped).

    This would be extremely helpful for web design.

  • By T. Rhaney - 9:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love Photoshop and Lightroom and would love to win! Pick me! Pick me!

  • By marinda fowler - 9:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I can’t think of anything to improve upon. Hmmm.. maybe the ability to change the colors of control panel to make it more personal? That might already be a feature that I’m unaware of.

  • By Marc - 9:47 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Hey photoshop Team !!
    you all did a great job with developing Photoshop !
    keep on going and bring us even more cool filters and gadgets we need 😀

  • By Lauren Thomas - 9:47 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on your 1 million fans! I’ve been using Photoshop for over 6 years and I love it. Can’t wait to see what else you all have in store.

  • By Travis Grose - 9:47 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop is the best program on the planet! The only thing better it could just do all the work for me. HAHA! Thats my answer!

  • By Mike - 9:47 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Some sort of independent (its own window) brush palette / browser that makes viewing, finding and selecting a lot easier; ( i often forget which preset it’s in, and spend a lot of time sifting through the right click menu)

  • By Pamela Huss - 9:47 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I LOVE Photoshop! It is my favorite program in the Adobe suite, I would love to win a copy of CS5 so I can create better artwork for my websites that I am redesigning. Keep up th good work PS folks!

  • By jennifer gilson - 9:47 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Having tipples to make books, cards, and collages that you can go to and can go back and resize if need. So you dont need to buy another thing.

  • By Heather A. Wilson - 9:47 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Recently completed (July 2010) a Web Designer Program (with honours). Unfortunately I learned CS3 as CS5 was released during my program.

    My comment is that I understand how the industry needs to keep up with changes in operating systems etc. but as a user and consumer, I find it’s hard to keep up with and have the time to learn all the Adobe software programs.

    Is there a way to combine some of your programs?

  • By Walter Cerna - 9:47 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    One improvement that could be made is to incorporate more vector building options. That way it would like illustrator but with more flexibility.

  • By Lori Rowles - 9:47 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I currently own a copy of Photoshop Elements 8 and have no complaints. The things that I would change are already available in the full version so…I guess I would change the version I have if it were possible! Thanks Photoshop for doing such a fantastic job!

  • By Brian - 9:47 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The one thing I would change about Photoshop is having the same ease of operation that InDesign has integrated into Photoshop as with text and text boxes. Sometimes its kind of clunky to use text in Photoshop.

  • By Barbara - 9:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    A Photoshop improvement just for me? That would be a ‘magic editing tool’… it would sort through all my images and cull the blinks, grimaces, and out of focus shots!

  • By Nisrine - 9:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Even though Illustrator and Indesign are the best to deal with typography I would really like it if it was Type Haven in photoshop too :) It’s always kinda tiresome to work with type there!

    LOVE!

  • By Alejandra Zamora - 9:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Oh forgot to answer the question :$ Sorry, I was so excited to be able to participate LOL :$ Uhmmm if there would be an improvement in photoshop for me.. is to have my own copy! LOL so I wouldn’t have to ask my roommate if I can use her pc whenever I need to edit my pics :/ hehehe Anyways… Congratulations on the Million Facebook Fans!! *Cheers*

  • By Judy Valentine - 9:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Thank you for all the tips, tricks and information you put out! I am a faithful follower on facebook and look forward to each new post! Congratulations on reaching 1 million fans and I am proud to say, “I am one of them!”

    Love and Blessings,
    Judy ♡

  • By Kassia Buchholz - 9:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    To answer the question: “If we could make one improvement to Photoshop specifically for YOU, what would it be?” I would have to say- that I know Fireworks is more for web but I know that I and a lot of other designers still use photoshop as a primary web graphic creation program, so I would answer by saying, Please make Photoshop more web friendly, and give it more web usability like it started to have a few versions back. Thanks!

  • By AriC - 9:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    As an apparel designer, it would be nice to have a more advanced (err, discriminating) magic wand when selecting segments while working. TKS!

  • By selim cesur - 9:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    gO oN pHOTOSHOP :-)

  • By SteveO (gswd) - 9:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    While Photoshop is, and has been, very powerful (and extendable through plugins), that power has come at a price. And that price is usually felt in my wallet through the need to upgrade hardware. I first installed CS2 on the first model of the Intel based Mac Mini. I was able to upgrade to CS4 without a problem, but I did notice a significant loss of speed while working in Photoshop. And now I am looking at having to switch platforms to a Windows based environment just because of the hardware costs.

    So, I guess, for me it would be to have the ability to make a smaller more streamlined install (or possibly startup) so that either not everything needs to be installed, or so that components could be loaded “as needed”. This could possibly reduce the amount of memory being used at one time, or the processing power being used by the CPU/GPU; thus making it less likely that a hardware upgrade would be needed at the same time as the software upgrade.

  • By david castagneto - 9:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Love love LOVE all your products!! I don’t know where I would be without them. Maybe on PC using Corel? (ewww) Thank again for all your hard work!

  • By Per Kvalvik - 9:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Hello,

    I would like to have a save as function that saves a package (ZIP?) with multiple file formats (eg jpg color, jpg bw, gif, tif ..)

    Best regards, Mr Per / Norway

  • By Rebecca Cekis - 9:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    We’ve entered an age of almost parallel evolution of computing, portability is becoming as important as power and more people are entering the market with less powerful machines but just as powerful ideas. For the Photoshop of the future, I want optimization. Let’s make Photoshop do more with less, so we can use our system memory for wrangling ever larger raw images from our cameras and spend less of it overhead processes that we’re not necessarily using at that moment.

  • By Nicki - 9:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I think CS5 was an amazing upgrade. I love that you guys went back to square one and looked at all options with the ease of use in mind. I love that you can now set a default for layer styles!!

    One thing I would love to see is Command-J duplicating multiple layers and layer groups. And along the same note I would love when I have more than one layer selected and I hit the folder icon – adding those layers into a group.

    Thank you so much for all you do!!

  • By Kathleen - 9:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Y’all are doing a great job and (with no formal graphic arts training) I learn more each time from the tutorials you and others post. Thank you.

  • By Paul Henry Pastecchi - 9:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Thanks for such good ideas, keep the good work!!!!

  • By Margie Livelli - 9:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I am not sure this qualifies as an improevment in the software, but the Thing that frustrates me the most is the cost, so I hope you choose me – I so need that giveaway……lol so it would be the cost of purchasing along with easier more involved tutorials that really go from 1 step to the next, even though you michgt think it is too minor a step to put it there. I love photoshop. Thank you. Margie

  • By Dena - 9:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on 1,000,000 fans; here’s to 1,000,000 more!

  • By jesper wall - 9:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    i just love photoshop i use it a lot for my pic i’m studing to be a photografer and it makes the pictures a lot better

  • By Dana Qualls - 9:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    To answer the question, I’d have to say the things I wanted were addressed in the last release. The one thing I can think of for ME would be that the ability to actually blend colors (yellow and blue make green)could be improved some. The color blending ability without having to use the smudge tool or low flow with a regular brush is the one thing I’ve always wanted from Photoshop. Love, love, LOVE the way they blend with a clean brush !!!! Would also love, love, LOVE the chance to get my hands on a copy and try it out for myself =-D

  • By Carolina Creciente - 9:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Many thanks for sharing though facebook!! Photoshop is the best tool ever and I just love spending time creating stuff and trying out new things!!!

  • By Albert - 9:49 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop CS5 introduced tone mapping for HDR photographers. However, compared to the crowd favorite for HDR compositing that is Photomatix, Photoshop’s “Merge to HDR Pro” is lacking. I’d really love to produce the same quality of HDR photos Photomatix users can with future versions of Photoshop!

  • By Katelyn Burke - 9:49 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I am taking Photoshop CS5 as a college class this semester and I absolutely love it! One thing that I would like to see improved is allowing the user to hit command z to step back more than once rather than command option z. Simple, yes but I’m so used to with other programs, it would be nice if photoshop were the same!

  • By Mads Pedersen - 9:49 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    My suggestion would be Something like pay per feature / ability to buy an “Elements”-priced package and unlock additional “full version features with purchased feature credits.

    As an amateur photographer I can’t afford to keep up with all the good stuff in the full version. On the other hand “Elements” doesn’t really do it for me. The result: I am running a version of Photoshop several versions old.

    • By Mads Pedersen - 9:50 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

      Oh… and I’m probably using 10% of the features in the full version of PS 😀

  • By Samwise Wilson - 9:49 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would love for photoshop to have a live collaboration feature.

    Not something amazingly advanced, but a simple canvas where two or three of your friends with photoshop can all paint/draw/interact with a photo or a painting in real-time.

    An amazingly fun idea for friends, but also a productive one for work.

    The client or boss could watch live from London as a graphic artist in Japan begins a concept, it gets added to on the fly by typographer from NY.

    A real collaboration of skilled people until the final dynamic result which has gone trough peer-review between each collaborator with no down time. It really would allow for creativity to flow between individuals, and spawn ‘photoshop colab’ communities.

    The doors it would open for teaching are also enormous.

    That would be the improvement Adobe could make for me. :)

  • By Sharif - 9:49 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The ability to do most (if not all) image processing in the GPU, such as Lens Blur, ACR, etc.

  • By Tyke Beard - 9:49 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on the milestone!! Here’s to the next million!

  • By Michele D - 9:49 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Wow! Congratulations on hitting the BIG mark! I believe that if it wasn’t for Photoshop, there would be a lot less creativity in the world. Regardless if you use Lightroom or any of the various Photoshops out there, there is something for everyone and every level of art. As for myself, I enjoy the works behind Lightroom and how easy it is to navigate. I enjoy the different presets and love creating my own to work with my own artistic style in phototgraphy. If you could make ONE improvement to photoshop I would have to go with something as simple as it being “user” friendly. lol I am not a “techie” and find it frustrating to use sometimes. The many tutorials out there are very helpful but I just can’t seem to find the time to watch them when I am rushed for time. II have only used Elements twice and find it a bit difficult. I would love to learn more. =)

    Again, Congrats on hitting the 1,000,000 fan mark!

  • By Marrion Monte - 9:49 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    If I were given a chance to improve Photoshop, I will make the Environment more organize, so that I could easily find the tools, effects etc. that I will use, because even though I am using Photoshop for 3 years, I can’t memorize the locations of the tools, effects etc. hehe

  • By Tammie - 9:49 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Glyph support for fonts like is available in InDesign and Illustrator would be very helpful.

  • By Sherry Pollett - 9:49 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on 1 million FB fans! I love PS and really appreciate the tutorial videos that help me learn how to better use this powerful photo editing software.

  • By Alberto - 9:49 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats…

    I’d like to have the zoom button in a more comfortable place (maybe in the tob bar), easier to pick and use (mouse scroll controls zoom – I’m tired of pressing + and – buttons each time).

  • By Marijana Ivanovic Zganjer - 9:49 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    First of all, CONGRATULATIONS to you all!!!!

    I’m a beginner at using Photoshop and Bridge, and haven’t used Lightroom yet, so would be interested to see how it would improve and hasten my photography workflow.

    Marijana

  • By Barbara - 9:49 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Dear Photoshop: You changed my life about 2 years ago. You took me from “mediocre” photography skills to “Wow!” Thank you for the great products you offer, and for the amazing team of professionals that travel and teach us the tools of the trade! Congratulations on the Million mark. Love, one of your #1 fans, Barbara :)

  • By René - 9:49 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    luvs photoshop<33

  • By Tom Worden - 9:49 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Five Years ago I said I will never use a digital camera or a computer for editing. Now I’m Behind the Mac more than the Nikon. Your programs are amazing they take creativity to a whole new level. It so amazing to know that anything You can visualize You can create. I love learning new techniques, unlike so many things we had to learn in the course of becoming educated, This is something that has no dead end and will always be useful. Can’t wait to see where it will go next!!
    Thanks
    Tom

  • By Michael Reeves - 9:49 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Since I was introduced to Adobe Photoshop CS1, I have been a devoted user and vocal (unofficial) representative. Keep up the good work.

  • By Ricardo Sanchez - 9:49 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    i’d love to have a more intuitive and easy to use predefined photo filters :)

  • By Lisa van den Broek - 9:49 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Hello! First of all, congratulations with the succes on Facebook. I’ve been following the Adobe Photoshop page for while now and I’m always pleased to see new updates pop up! It is a pleasure to read.
    Well then. What would make Adobe Photoshop perfect for me? It already has so many things you could only wish for in the past. I guess the only thing that could make me really happy it a special mustache tool. And not one that uses the brush tool but an actual tool just for the sole purpose of adding mustaches to everything, everywhere. I would love a mustache tool. That is all. keep up the good work.

  • By Kimberly Douglass - 9:49 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop rocks my socks off!!!! Keep up the good work!

  • By Kym - 9:50 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    WOW! The potential and the power of these programs is simply unending. For every possible idea it seems there are many ways to achieve it. Keeps creativity engaged on the design side and the production side. Using both sides of the ole brain. It doesn’t get any better than that. I’ve tried other programs, mainly because of financial decisions, nothing compares to these programs. Still wish they were a bit more affordable to the starving artists, but worth every penny paid for the genius.

    • By Kym - 9:51 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

      I forgot to mention that I’ve been a Photoshop user since Photoshop 5 (yah, I know, that ages me, but I don’t care).

  • By syah - 9:50 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    i think it is one of sweetest memory in whole life..being dedicated by best graphic editing software team =)there are no such thing to be said to show the true feeling..

  • By Chris Driscoll - 9:50 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I LOVE Photoshop! I can create an entire fantasy world using just my imagination! NOTHING compares to Photoshop! No wonder it’s been the number one tool used by graphic designers around the world! Photoshop ROCKS!!!!

  • By Kristen - 9:51 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    If I could make one improvement, it would be an easier way to personally organize the different brush strokes.

  • By Harshit - 9:51 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Boombastic tool !!

  • By Antonio P Rodrigues - 9:51 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Make and iPad “pallets” app that allows me to select tools and change options from my iPad. Things like the color picker would be great with touch control!

  • By Fábio Batista - 9:51 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    For me there are two things that would facilitate my work. One is, if Photoshop could read video in order to correct the frames specifiable without having to export the video in sequence. When saving, photoshop create a sequence in Premiere with the video, and put the frames fixed on the floor above, in the correct place. Other facilities would simulate a website, and when exporting, including the scripts with the effects and text to HTML. Thanks

  • By Sandy Kolhagen - 9:51 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Hum……what one thing would I want Photoshop to do???? The biggest thing for me is that there are sooooo many things that photoshop can do but you need a lifetime to figure it all out. I wish that that was a simple step by step tutorial that would help us that are a little older to figure this thing called photoshop out! I have Element 6 but would LOVE the new CS5! :-)

  • By Debra Ball - 9:51 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I just started taking Photoshop in college,so it is hard for me, I am 45, so it is taking me a little longer to get it, it is truly amazing what you can do with it though.. It would be a blessing to win it and Lightroom for sure, I start lightroom next week, hard when you dont have it at home.. I am excited to know what I am doing at some point. So I cant say to change anything yet, but later when I know it, I will surely let you know…lol Congratulations and thanks for always workin to make it better…and asking for the opinions of the people that use it….

  • By Denise McAlexander - 9:51 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    What a wonderful accomplishment! Congrats! I got CS4 this year and have been learning as much as I can. Then they came out with CS5!!!! I can’t wait to upgrade and maybe get Lightroom too, I’ve read lots of great reviews about the two of them! Keep up the good work!

  • By Jussi Salomaa - 9:51 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Well, it’s pretty much perfect for me now, thanks for that content aware -option. Thanks.

  • By Rasheed kilani - 9:51 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratolationnnnnnnnns i love photoshop

  • By Pradana Pradipta - 9:51 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    photoshop for student.made for student with cheaper price w/o forgeting the advantage of photoshop from competitors

  • By Andrew Kavanagh - 9:52 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    For the question “If we could make one improvement to Photoshop specifically for YOU, what would it be?
    Make the Shadows/Highlights feature that is under Image/Adjustments an adjustment layer. Then I don’t have to make my layer a smart object first to be able to work non-destructively.
    Thanks!

  • By Steve Moore - 9:52 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Because I live is a remote place( to poor to just jump on a plane :) ), where most of what we learn is through the internet your facebook page has been wonderful. I have picked up so much on how to work in Photoshop. Thanks and keep up the good stuff!!

  • By Julie Dawkins - 9:52 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    What would the world do without Photoshop?

  • By Danny Luna - 9:52 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Don’t have complains about photoshop, its a great tool, although improvement on the selection tool would save me lots of time, instead of selecting with the pen tool all the time

  • By Priya Raj - 9:52 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would love to have Photobook printing facility with adobe..

    I make digital scrapbooks using Adobe photoshop & Adobe photoshop elementz. I then go to diffrent photobook printing company to upload and print my creation..

    Instead I would prefer to have a one click printing option in adobe itself where i can print and receive the by mail.

  • By Dena - 9:52 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    One improvement… Include more brushes, different brushes. Each new version has the same old brushes.

  • By Nicole - 9:52 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    P.S. I forgot to answer the question “If we could make one improvement to Photoshop specifically for YOU, what would it be?” – because I was so into sending my congratulation-wishes *LOL*
    Here is my answer:
    I wish Photoshop would have a kind of speechrecognition, like: “Use brushes”, “Open a new layer” etc.
    That would be so awesome for me. It’s hard to use shortcuts for me, because of my handicap I am just working with the mouse or the graphic tablet. A speechrecognition would be a dream come true!
    ~N

  • By Robin Kusch - 9:52 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The idea of being able to directly talk with photoshop professionals is really great! It´s far easier than just writing e-mails to your support. And of course the are the thousands of other photoshopusers, who talk about their problems and give tips. But coming to your question: What I would like in Photoshop is a better integration of the camera raw workflow (just like in lightroom). Though Photoshop and Lightroom are developed with different aims it´s a bit annerving of having to change between these to programms every 12 minutes (depending on what you want to do with your picture). But that´s only a detail. Both products are really great stuff and I enjoy working with them.

  • By Hector Lopez - 9:52 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love Photoshop! :) i wish it had a better printing interface and a lot of more printing options

  • By prashant - 9:52 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    create basic template actions that are geared towards photographers rather than ppl having to buy them from multiple users.

  • By Brandon - 9:52 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    To improve photoshop I would add a ‘blur edge to backround tool’. This would give edges a softer effect and make added layers look as though they are placed in the background to begin with.

  • By Marrion Monte - 9:52 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    If I were given a chance to improve Photoshop, I will make the Environment more organize, so that I could easily find the tools, effects etc. that I will use, because even though I am using Photoshop for 3 years, I can’t memorize the locations of the tools, effects etc. hehe.

    Anyway thanks to Photoshop, because of Photoshop I can do many things, and because of Photoshop I can make masterpieces that I can’t make in real life. (I’m not good in Drawing in a canvass, at least I’m good in Photoshop, all I need is my Wild Imagination 😀 Thank You Guys.

  • By Camille Espineda - 9:52 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Right now I can’t think of anything that needs to be improved because I’m quite satisfied using Photoshop and learning the tools! Amazing!

  • By Trenton Moore - 9:53 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Create a Shadows/Highlights adjustment layer. That way every time I want to non-destructively use that adjustment I don’t have to create a smart object that can potentially bog down my file size. :)

  • By Sherry Pollett - 9:53 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    If you could make one improvement to Photoshop just for me, I would like to see a ‘straighten horizon’ tool that is included on the tool bar so it would be easier to use.

  • By Leo - 9:53 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Marvelous… Photoshop rocks as does Lightroom…

  • By Kathleen - 9:53 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    oops … so for an improvement I could use …. tutorials on new applications as well as the old and basic functions of PS. These are valuable to me…

  • By Ian - 9:53 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Been using Photoshop from the first version, always has, and always will be the industry leader.

  • By Jessica - 9:53 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I have been using Photoshop for the past 4 years, it’s by far the greatest editing program out there! Congrats on the 1 million fans! <3

  • By Barb - 9:53 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop is awesome, I just finished my college class and enjoyed learning the program so much. If one change could be made for me I would want a whole program reset button that I could easily find and see at the menu bar. I tinker in photoshop so much and with just learning I change settings and tools a lot and wish that with one click somewhere at the top of the page I could have all default setting back for all tools and everything to be put back easily.

  • By Ray Colvin - 9:53 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’ve been using various versions of Photoshop for over 15 years so I’ve sort-of grown up with it and love the latest advancements in the Creative Suite series. So many tools now!

  • By Catherine Segovia - 9:53 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’m having a hard time finding a job. But with an old copy of Photoshop 7 I am able to enhance some of my photographs and sell them on cards. I downloaded the trial version of PS5. Wow! What a difference. What a fablous program!

  • By John Wart, jr - 9:54 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on 1 million facebook fans!

  • By Mandeep Khaira - 9:54 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    WOOHOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!! CONGRATS!!!

    I <3 Photoshop!!! Thank you Photoshop team for an awesome product!!!

    YOU GUYS ROCK!!!!

  • By Marie-Pascale - 9:54 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations to the Photohop team. I’m new on the facebook page and I can’t wait to discover what your page will learn to me. (sorry if my written english is bad… I’m a french speaking person..)

    My answer to the question: “An improvement of photoshop specially for Me”, it could be to use Photoshop elements on more than a computer to view the tagged pictures on my computer also, not just on my boyfriend’s one. Oh, maybe it’s possible and I don’t know how? so my dream will come true! 😉

    Keep up the good work!

  • By Jennifer - 9:54 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats! I would like to see more actions for post production work.

  • By Michelle Drueppel - 9:54 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Geee….don’t think I could ask for more improvements….You guys are spectacular in all that you do!! Ok, maybe because I don’t know everything there is to know about photoshop yet makes me not have anything to improve, but it’s wonderful the way it is!!! Congrats on the 1 million fans!!

  • By Shannon Scholtes - 9:54 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I don’t like how the photos stack together. I am always losing photos I have opened because I accidentally drag them into another photo. Then I have to open all the photographs I have open to find where it is.

  • By Stephanie - 9:54 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop makes creating and editing a breeze. I use it each day.

  • By Buddy Noone - 9:54 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would like to see some type of recovery. I don’t know how many times I get busy working on something only to have something crash…

  • By Jon Boon - 9:54 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop already feels like part of me, so:
    A photoshop neural implant that allows me to wirelessly connect to any device capable of storing and displaying digital images and Photoshop them via the power of thought alone.

  • By Martin Day - 9:54 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Two things actually but one is only small so it is not cheating. First I’d really like to see a live preview window in some of the older filters which currently lack one. Second I would love to see a dedicated camera filter like the excellent lens correction filter which simulates camera filters like polarizing and ND filters etc. Currently digital processing just can’t match the results you get from traditional real filters and although there are ways and means of doing this in photoshop it feels a bit clumsy and requires you to use multiple tools and layers to get the desired effect. A one stop filter were I could apply multiple camera lens filters, paint out the bits I didn’t want to use and other such opitions could really speed up my workflow and cut down on the amount of camera kit I have to carry around with me.

  • By JimCrosley - 9:54 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Always checking out the tuts for CS5 on FB – its great to be a fan! Not much room for improvement. I’d love a vector drawing tool like Illustrator’s Blob brush though. It’d save me a lot of time jumping between apps.

  • By Priya Raj - 9:54 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would love to have Photobook printing facility with adobe..
    I make digital scrapbooks using Adobe photoshop & Adobe photoshop elementz. I then go to diffrent photobook printing company to upload and print my creation..
    Instead I would prefer to have a one click printing option in adobe itself where i can print and receive the by mail.

  • By Pete Nicholls - 9:54 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    For me, the one improvement that I would like to see is a way to strip out all of the collaboration gadgets and accessories such as Device Central, Bonjour, etc for the many of use that use the application as a free standing one.

  • By Kahlil Haynes - 9:55 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Thanks so much for the great software and for helping me feed my family using my adobe software skills. CS5 is a great release. (Adjunct Professor for Design at Begen Community College in NJ and Bloomfield College also in NJ)

  • By Austin Clark - 9:55 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’m not gonna lie…I miss the initial implementation of Extract. It’s not that it’s a hassle to download the plugin, but it would be much better if I didn’t have to do it myself. It’s much faster than using the pen tool.

  • By Nathan Howard - 9:55 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Great job Adobe!!

  • By Becky - 9:55 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations.. love photoshop!

  • By John Attebury - 9:55 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Fully support 64bit on Mac.

  • By Kellie - 9:55 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The one thing I would change is in elements I liked how I could use the brush tool more as a selective tool & used it in conjuction with the selection tools, and made life easier for me. I would like that to work in CS4 like it used to in old elements.

  • By Macrina - 9:55 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Keep up the great work guys! If I could make one improvement to Photoshop, it will be: more options in working with smart objects, vectors :)

  • By Tiffany Watson - 9:55 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats to photoshop on there acomplishment! I Heart Photoshop!

  • By Daniel - 9:55 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Loves me some Photoshop :)

  • By Rachel Daugherty - 9:55 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    And thank you, Photoshop! Haha love this software.

    Nowwww, let’s get to the winnings of the contest ^.^

  • By Nick Morton - 9:55 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Dear Photoshop Wizards,

    I want to THANK YOU for creating and marketing such an awesome product! I now look more for Photoshop posts in my Facebook news feed rather than what my friends are up to. The tutorials and tips are very helpful and it always brightens my day when I get to learn something new in Photoshop! :)

    Congrats on making it to 1 Million fans!

    -Nick Morton

  • By L Nieminen - 9:55 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    i love photoshop but i find it really hard to teach yourself. im all about manuals not searching help pages!

  • By Raquel Martins - 9:56 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’d love to be able to change the color scheme. Gray is good for working cause it’s neutral, but sometimes, just sometimes, I’d like to be able to change it.

  • By shaun - 9:56 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would like to see a good integration between Rhinoceros (3D CAD design package) and PSD, so that you can make and edit quality renderings from in PSD itself. Now it is a hassle, because I have to edit the 3D rendering as a real picture (1 layer). If I can export the rendering to a file with layers, I could do a lot more without having to edit my picture on 1 background layer. This would make the process a lot easier.

    Anyhow, hooray for PSD! Congrats on your 1 million fans…

  • By Erin Martinez - 9:56 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Yeah PS FB page fans! I love the aspect of logging into one place and being able to see updates from all my favorites! I’m currently on CS4, and know that there are a lot of improvements in CS5……

    But if I could make one improvement it would be to be able to “Save to Web” a lot easier. I’ve tried creating actions, but since I’m saving the file as a different name each time, I get stuck. I am a graphic and web designer, so being able to save images easier and quicker would be my number one improvement.

  • By Ellen Stewart - 9:56 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congradulations PHOTOSHOP! I love love love your product….okay, so I still only run Photoshop Elements 2, but it has always done the job for me! 😀 I would love to win that prize of an upgrade. Geez, what is this Wilma Rubble to do if I win it???

  • By jacques stenvert - 9:56 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Absolutely the pinnacle of photo-manipulation programs. But, as a professional designer, I use it for so many other things, including full layouts, ads, and even some very fine illustrations. Thanks for making the program better and better. I look forward to each incarnation. (deep bow)

  • By Angela R - 9:56 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Well, I don’t have any realisitc suggestions at this point in time. Im still getting used to CS5 at school, but so far so good. I haven’t noticed as many bugs as I have in other Adobe CS5 programs. However, an improvement specifically for me would be to interpret my thoughts in art. I can think of great deisgns and logos for school, but they never create the way I want them too.
    I am fully aware that this is not something do-able, but it would be a an improvement specifically for me, and designers everywhere :)

    P.S. Congrats on 1 Mill fans! I love all the videos and questions, its way more fun being a fan of Photoshop than many other things.

  • By Amy - 9:57 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Make it more affordable!! I would LOVE it, but can’t afford the price tag!

  • By Eetu Mustonen - 9:57 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would like to have more easier metadata and rating handling (adding/editing) and general rating system that is supported also by other applications.

  • By Rudolph Schubert - 9:57 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Excellant software

  • By Dan Staroff - 9:57 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop is the way I’ve made my living for more than a decade.
    Congrats on the million mark, and here’s to a million more!

  • By Declan McKiernan - 9:57 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on reaching 1,000,000+ fans. Great product, part of an incredible creative suite. See you at two million!

  • By Michelle - 9:57 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would love to win a copy of Photoshop and Lightroom! I graduated in May with a Bachelors degree in Fine arts with a concentration in Photography, and have been working on starting up my photography business since then. Both of those programs would be a great help in processing and editing my images from photo shoots and random side projects. :)

  • By Stephanie Johnson - 9:57 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    It would be great to see a smaller more compact edition of PS that could appeal to the novice masses. PS is great, but there are many people that will probably never use many of the more complex functions it offers. A basic version of the program could reduce the cost of the program and reach out to a broader customer base. I myself am still learning all of the intricacies of PS5 and would love to see more tutorial videos (it definitely beats spending a mint on a digital photography course at a university)!

  • By beth p - 9:57 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Hooray! Congrats!

  • By Mustafa Fuat Kilinc - 9:57 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    congratulations!

  • By Jacob Majado - 9:57 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    This is going to sound crazy but the one improvement I would want is, Spell Check I’m always doing homework for my graphic classes and my spelling is questionable at best some times. But I love Photoshop you guys are Awesome keep on making my photos look good, and congrats on 1,000,015 thats amazing

  • By David - 9:57 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    1,000,000 fb fans, a huge accomplishment, congratulations.

  • By Melissa C - 9:57 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love Photoshop!!!

  • By John C - 9:57 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations – I could do with another licence!

  • By Mal Durbin - 9:58 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Love Photoshop would love to have my own copy… I currently use it at work. I enjoy the tutorials that have helped improve and in some ways lightened the work load by helping me to process images quicker and better. Favourite programme

  • By Rajesh - 9:58 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    PS, the amazing tool to freak around it.. lots of things are being achieved as a cake walk.. 1 million fans.. sounds great enough!

  • By Moritz Rennecke - 9:58 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Forgot to read the last paragraph…

    One thing I’d appreciate would be a function to adopt actionscripts from previous versions to the latest versions of photoshop. Always takes a lot of time to build them again – and time’s something you don’t have if you’re working on another guys machine since you don’t own your own PS5 Version!

    Again congratulations!
    Moritz (Germany)

  • By Alejandro Karlo Zapanta - 9:58 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop is amazing! It’s what I use to make some money! Awesome! Awesome! Awesome!

  • By Tes Tirol - 9:58 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations! Hmmm, I’d like to be able to see a function that allows photos edited in Lightroom and imported and further edited in Photoshop be imported and edited again back to Lightroom containing the Photoshop edits. Hope that makes sense. :)

  • By Charbel - 9:58 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    One feature I would love for Photoshop Lightroom to have is a more advanced cloning/healing tool. For replacing small details a rounded brush does not always work especially if the shape does not offer a homogeneous background. Also when loading more than two cloned areas the software slows down a lot.

  • By Gabor Abraham - 9:58 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Dear Ps Team!

    I think a professional 3D support in Ps would be really nice.
    Like converting 2D pictures into 3D, and also manipulating 3D images
    (I know this will require 3D supported TFT and video card + 3D glasses).

    Keep up the good work!

    Bye,
    g.

  • By Catherine - 9:58 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Awesome! I love Photoshop’s facebook fan page! There is always something interesting in my news feed!

  • By Florian Hintermeier - 9:58 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would love to win a copy! Keep up the good work!

  • By Mikael - 9:58 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratz, 1milion fans is incredible!

  • By Rob - 9:58 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    One improvement to Photoshop just for me. That would be simple, decrease the price. =)

  • By Anna - 9:58 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love photoshop! It helps make good, or boring pictures, great!

  • By Frank Bisono - 9:59 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Great work guys! A perfect example of how social media can be leveraged by a company to connect with its fans / customers and make a great product even better. The sale doesn’t end at the counter, keeping engaged with us and fantastic customer support ensures future purchases. Kudos and many more wins to come!

  • By Tushar Gupta - 9:59 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    For me Photoshop is “Life, The Universe, and Everything”. And if you ask me for an improvement that has to be more typography tools to have fun with.

  • By Stacy Burgess - 9:59 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would love to be able to select and drop/drag non-pixel layers (ie. adjustment layers) from the layer palette on one photo on to the tabbed photo of another. The only way I can do that now is to change my workspace from tabbed to tiled and then add to each photo.

  • By Rob Robinson - 9:59 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    keep up the good work, no Ps CS6 please, just a few updates

  • By Treacy-ann Markham - 9:59 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Fantastic…congratulations. I am new to Photoshop and Lightroom, I only scratched the surface using your 30 day trial…hope to really discover what it can do when I can afford to buy it!

  • By Tehniyat - 9:59 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Perhaps the text-related features could be made a little more ‘intelligent’ – a la rudimentary wordprocessing programs, making visual/text art with excessive amounts of text slightly easier to work with. Not that it doesn’t get me by even as is, but that would be peachiER.

    Congratulations on the 1M fans – quite the testament to your popularity. :)

  • By R J Meldrum - 9:59 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop makes me wish I had a more creative side. I daily see the immense power of this software, and find myself wishing for the creativity to utilize it to its fullest. I think I could spend my entire life just trying to learn all of the capabilities this powerful tool has.

  • By Molly Jones - 9:59 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Biggest Fan! Enjoy the posts…

  • By Diane - 9:59 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop has changed my life! Love it! (and would love an updated CS!) :-)

  • By Grant Taylor - 9:59 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I am a Photoshop addict. Just wish I had the lightroom experience as well.

  • By Val - 9:59 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations !!!
    It’s very cool !

  • By David Johnson - 10:00 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats and I have one improvement for you. I’m not sure what its normally called in program language, but you know when you hover your mouse over a button in a program and it either shows the name of the button, or its description during use? Do that to every button in Photoshops interface that is outside the usual constantly used tasks. There are so many buttons in corners of boxes and drop down menus, without descriptions. The only way I find out how to use them is by watching video tutorials, then I forget. Of course for the seasoned pro, a switch could be added to preferences to turn it off, but what about the rest of us newbs? This would not be a difficult addition, but would take some time. Think about it, thx

  • By John C - 10:00 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The one improvement I would make is make the licence cross platform, mac and PC. That way people with a desktop PC and a Mac laptop, or vice versa, won’t be disadvantaged.

  • By Lis - 10:00 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Not surprised you’ve caught so many people’s interest. Amazing product with a lot of amazingly talented people behind it. Congrats!

  • By simon stanyer - 10:00 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    well done Photoshop! 1 million FB fans and counting!

  • By Judy Card - 10:00 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I have used Photoshop for many years and currently own versions CS3-CS5. I haven’t even begun to touch the surface of what all this program can do for you, so each day I learn something new. I not only use it for my Photography but I also use it to create digital Scrapbook pages. I highly recommend this program to anyone! If I can learn it, so can others!

  • By Sarah Owens - 10:00 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations! And a big thank you for all the tips and help on your Facebook page. The one thing I’d need from Photoshop is a noise reduction tool that’s more powerful. it’s the thing I use the most in Photoshop. Thanks!

  • By AnnetteD - 10:00 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Awesome!!!

    I love CS5 extended and would love to win Lightroom too. Thanks for offering such a great prize.

  • By Dennis Boyd - 10:00 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    “If we could make one improvement to Photoshop specifically for YOU, what would it be?”
    As much as Photoshop and Lightroom work terrifically together, I often run out of RAM (32bit machine, Win7) when I’ve opened a file from lightroom to Photoshop. If I close Lightroom, save the psd and then reopen PS stuff works… but the resource hungry PS needs some work or information to us to fix it.

  • By Ashley Ann Knudsen - 10:00 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I have always loved Photoshop ever since my high school photography class had it equipped on all of their macs. One thing I suppose I would change is adding some sort of helpful navigation, sometimes I can’t seem to find a specific tool no matter how hard I search for it, haha. It’s amazing what you can do with all the tools and your imagination. (: Thank you so much & congratulations on 1 million Facebook fans, I am proud to be one of them.

  • By Bret Ostler - 10:00 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop has changed my life.
    If you could add one thing for me, it would be free access to great tutorials, such as found on lynda.com, included with the price of the Adobe software. Perhaps accessible through the Help menu.
    Thanks for all you do!

  • By Pura De Franco - 10:00 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    !!! I would love to Photoshop to make Photoshop Software that works for both Mac & PC !!! Would be neat… I love Photoshop!

  • By Linda - 10:00 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    YAY Photoshop for hitting 1 million fans! Now I am one in a million! I love Photoshop!

  • By Sacha - 10:00 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would love for copyright/metadata to sync automatically between editing in LR & PS.

    Love your software!

  • By Marybeth Domurat - 10:00 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    You’ve certainly created the best known software program used today. The name alone is used interchangeably with the purpose of the software, as it’s common to say that an image is “Photoshopped” and not simply edited. Who wouldn’t say they’re a fan of such a program? I can’t imagine being a fan of a word processor, that’s for sure.

  • By Jérémy F - 10:01 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    i’d like to have my own copy and so learn how to make wonderful things.
    Guys you are making wands and magiciens from all around the world use them.
    Once again thanks!

  • By Aviraj - 10:01 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations!

  • By Don - 10:01 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on getting a million fans mark.Much continued success.

  • By Sebastian - 10:01 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    It’s really hard to think about what could be improved in Photoshop so I come to the conclusion that I don’t really _need_ anything else, my only personal improvement would be to implement more learning features in Photoshop the idea came while reading the Facebook tutorial you’re posting.

    Just enable something like “learning action” someone creates a special effect on a photo/whatever; records it, uploads it and as a new user you can download the file and watch directly how the creator worked and you see it in your own workspace and you’re able to influence the process

    So whats left to say, thanks for Photoshop and keep up the good work!
    Sebastian

  • By Jette Andersen - 10:01 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I have been using Photoshop since PS 6 and can’t imagine how we got along without it.
    You guys ROCK!!!!
    Jette

  • By karen catto - 10:01 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats!!!!
    If anything could be changed for me I think it would be some built in video tutorials and also when you hover over an icon it would also tell you its shortcut on the keyboard :) MHO though
    Fantastic software

  • By Dianne - 10:01 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love using PSE but would love an upgrade to PS even more! :)

  • By Stef - 10:01 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Well, what can i say? Photoshop is great 😀
    But it would be better if it had longer trial time because college student really doesen’t have enough money to affor photoshop :(
    Keep up the good work!

  • By Eloy Trevino - 10:01 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    My bread and butter! So keep it coming so my family can eat! 😉

  • By Pura De Franco - 10:01 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    !!! I would love Photoshop to make Photoshop Software that works for both Mac & PC !!! Would be neat… I love Photoshop!

  • By Rob H - 10:01 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    One improvement specifically for me? Hmmm…how about a magic button for artistic suggestions?

  • By Bryon Realey - 10:01 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love Lightroom and Photoshop! Almost my entire workflow has migrated from PS to LR except for really specialized techniques. I’d request that Photoshop (or Bridge) could open LR catalogs and have access to the LR version of images for extending what LR can do.

  • By Gerardo Martinez Avina - 10:01 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations Photoshop but we shouldn’t be surprise because this tool rocks, that is why is that popular.

  • By Batu - 10:01 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love all products from Photoshop!! You guys rock.

  • By Heather Hughes - 10:02 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on hitting the 1 million fan mark! The only thing I would change is the price…make it a bit more affordable. I finally got CS5 after a long wait and passing up CS3 and CS4…would love to get the latest Lightroom but financially gotta wait a bit!!

  • By S Moran - 10:02 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    CS5 is great! Look forward to Photoshop posts in Facebook.

  • By Robin - 10:02 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop is such a great tool. I think the one item I wish it had more of is filters.

  • By Paweł Ślusarczyk - 10:02 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats! Keep up the good work!

  • By Kevin B - 10:02 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats!!

  • By J Shepherd - 10:02 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Love Photoshop! Especially love the facebook group! It’s great to get updates on tutorials and things! :) Always more to learn about using Photoshop! <3

  • By Ben - 10:02 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would love to have better integration with After Effects. Specifically the layer styles. If there were a specific window to work with the layer styles in AE similar to the one in PS I would be quite happy. Working with layer styles on the layer twirl down is a real pain. It would make it easier to work on docs that were made in PS and brought into AE.

  • By Larna - 10:02 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Happy One Million Fans! I would Love this!

  • By Christina VanGinkel - 10:02 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    1 million…YEAH!!!

  • By Jacque - 10:02 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats! Love it!

  • By Zandt King - 10:02 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on the 1,000,000 mark.
    One thing I would like to see for me would be different modes, maybe like a simplified mode and a expert mode. Like lets say you open up curves well curves is super powerful and it take a while learn but what if you could go into simple mode
    with options like make darker, make lighter. I mean sometimes you don’t have time to tweak every little thing. I know in embroidery software they have the same concept, expert and in a hurry. just a thought, Thanks, Zandt King

  • By Corey Gagner - 10:03 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Holy comments! It took me forever to scroll down to the bottom to leave my own. But anyway congrats on the 1 million fans! I love photoshop and I’m interested in lightroom!

  • By Michelle - 10:03 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    woooo! congrats Photoshop!! I <3 you! I'm getting my degree right now and hopefully I'll be joining your team in 2 years!!! :)

  • By Sandra - 10:03 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on your one millionth fan!

  • By Harps O'Malhi - 10:03 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Thumbs up!! Couldn’t live without Photoshop. Hugh fan!
    Harps

  • By Angela Wiser - 10:03 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations! I love Photoshop! I’ve just gotten CS5 and am so excited. I’ve got a lot to learn but your tips and tricks are awesome.

  • By Manuel Marty - 10:03 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations to 1 Million Fans! I’m really glad that I can be one of those fans and user of Photoshop ect. because the programs are just amazing!

  • By Brian Sio - 10:03 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    i would say batch process, watermarking for photoshop <3

  • By Joseph R. Caruthers - 10:04 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on the success, Adobe! Keep rockin’ on all those fine suites of products!

  • By Deborah - 10:04 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’ve been a Photoshop user since version 2.5, and started using LR a couple years ago when I bought my first dSLR. I love both products – Lightroom has been an absolute lifesaver! I’ve been able to toss out several external tools and streamline my workflow (and computer maintenance).

    I haven’t managed to upgrade yet from PS CS3 and LR 2, so maybe this feature (or set of features) has already been implemented: I’d love to have tools that would make it easier for me to identify, tag, manage, and batch process my HDR shots. Auto-stacking in LR helps with the identification and management, but isn’t perfect. I’d love to be able to get rid of the external (and imperfect) tools I use to batch generate and process HDRs and stay in LR/PS.

  • By Jennifer Barber - 10:04 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I use Photoshop every day for work and personal. Love all the tutorials you post on FB. I would love to win an upgrade!

  • By Laurie Lespérance - 10:04 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations!! 😀

  • By Maria Nona Wilma Alvarez - 10:04 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The Vanishing points. I’m having a hard time with it. But Photoshop is the best program I have ever used!thank you!

  • By Michelle Thomas - 10:05 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on the one million! I am only using CS3 so I’m not sure of exactly what’s in the newer versions, but I would for it to be easier to crop to a certain size. A lot of times I have a large picture and I need to make a perfect square of only a certain section, but I can’t seem to figure out how to do that without resizing the picture.

  • By Kelli - 10:05 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    i WOULD LIKE IT IF i COULD HAVE THE PROGRAM ABLE TO PLACE ON 3 COMPUTERS- HOME/WORKSTATION & LAPTOP. TOTALLY HATE THAT HAD TO PURCHASE THE PROGRAM AGAIN FOR MY 3RD COMPUTER

  • By josie soho - 10:05 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Proud to be part of the million fans. Congratulations!!

  • By Sue G - 10:05 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Wow! 1 Million! Congratulations! I am so impressed with all you do from creating PS with such amazing tools, to reaching out to users on FB! What a nice bunch of folks! Kudos to Adobe!!

  • By Huntley Paton - 10:05 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    1 million is a lot — well done, well-earned. the interest is so great because the software is great. Hope you never lose sight of that! Keep it great!

  • By Przemek Balinski - 10:05 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I like.

  • By Nancy Kay - 10:05 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    1 million FaceBook fans can’t be wrong! Congratulations! I’ve been using Photoshop for about 10 years, since Photoshop v3, and I’m sure I still have a million things I can learn, especially since you keep raising the bar!

  • By Manuel Pineault - 10:05 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    When using the polygonal lasso tool, it would be great to have a undo feature that would let you go back to the last point you clicked, as oppose to redoing the selection again.

  • By Floyd Hansford - 10:05 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Great job of geeting 1 million fans. Great products

  • By Walter - 10:05 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    This might sound odd, but be able to have virtual copies and non-destructive editing in PS like LR. I would also appreciate being able to read the metadata directly from the LR catalog. Actually, if PS would be able to integrate with the LR catalog, then virtual copies and non-destructive editing would be the by product.

    In any case, having PS, LR and DW (not to minimize BR), to me, is a photographer’s and web creator’s dream. Thank you for such great tools!

  • By Eddie Myers - 10:06 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop. I <3 u.

  • By Candis Chastain - 10:06 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Oh my congrats! How awesome is this? I hope I am picked. I have helped so many others with my knowledge of photoshop it would be so nice to win an upgraded version of my ps7. I am very grateful for this oppurtunity. Ill be crossing my toes for one of the five wins. But if I don’t win congrats to the winners!

  • By Eric T. Cloud - 10:06 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Thanks for all the great tips on Photoshop and Lightroom through Facebook!

  • By Sharon Wall - 10:06 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would love to be able to precisely place guide lines by entering a value, as can be done in InDesign. It takes extra steps to zoom in really really close to get accurate tic marks on the rulers to get a precise placement.

    thanks Photoshop team! I’ve really enjoyed the tutorials that pop up on the facebook page!

    Sharon

  • By Unblinking I - 10:06 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    That’s just one million *signed* fans. Believe me, you’ve got millions more. I don’t know what I’d do w/o Lr and Ps.

  • By Maren Robinson - 10:06 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Thanks so much for all your hard work towards creating awesome programs!

  • By ChrisFoto - 10:06 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Loves Photoshop!!! Love the new CS5 Features, hopefully I can finally win a copy!!!!!

  • By Lisa - 10:07 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would like a little carrot that can be clicked and adds sequential numbers to the end of a file name. Thanks!

  • By Favian - 10:07 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    My addiction to Photoshop is getting worse everyday. Please help

  • By Sharon Meyer - 10:07 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    congrats on your 1 millionth fan!.. yay!.. Photoshop is the BEST and always has been!! Here’s to reaching 2 MILLION FANS!!!!

  • By Johannes - 10:07 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations to both the Adobe team and all the over 1 million fans!

  • By Mohamed amasha - 10:07 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Happy 1 Millionth fan we need more & more adobe presents and gifts to say happy 100 millionth fan !! xD xD

  • By Jennifer J - 10:07 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Woohoo! 1 million fans is awesome! Photoshop is the best photo editing around.

  • By Owen - 10:07 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Eeeeeee! Free photoshop would be lovely to allow me todo some uni work at home rather having to drag myself in each morning and wrestle for computer space!!

  • By Jared - 10:07 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    If I could make an improvement specifically for me, I’d say making it more affordable would be at the top of the list. Perhaps having price points for varying income levels… Some people aren’t pumping out tens of thousands of dollars worth of designs to justify the steep cost of the CS5 suites.

    Thanks
    J

  • By Angela Pierce - 10:07 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats Photoshop! Love you like a fat kid loves cake!

  • By Arland Molotave - 10:07 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I really think it’s amazing already ^.^ The only thing I could really think of…

    I do a good bit of layer merging, which usually ends in me retyping the layer name 5-10 times within a few minutes to keep track of everything. If there’d be a way for it to ‘pick’ user created layer names over ‘layer 1’ or such, that would be a nice little improvement!

  • By Drema Morgan - 10:07 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on your cult following … many people benefit from this powerful tool and I am glad to be part of it … keep up the good work!

  • By Nils Wills - 10:07 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Gratz with the 1 million fans!
    Let it be 1 million more!

  • By Nicky Heppenstall - 10:07 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    One thing I use a lot is ctrlZ for undo (!) and I’d like to just keep using ctrlZ to undo several steps, same as in Lr. It’s an inconsistancy between the two programs that is irritating. However, I do love Ps & Lr, and Lr has greatly improved my workflow – Thank You!! :0)

  • By Florence - 10:08 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Dear Photoshop, Congratulations of reaching the outrages number of fan on FB. You have been my companion for the past 10 years. You made my life easier and made my work better. I don’t think I can live without you. I think Photoshop is perfect compares to all other similar programs on the market. But I just hope… wish… the price could be a little more affordable, may be some occasional deals or sales etc.

  • By Ed Elster - 10:08 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    For Photoshop I would like to be able to filter the dust and scratches without softening the rest of the photo.

    for Lightroom I would like to be able to scan from within Lightroom.

  • By Pam Armstrong - 10:08 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Thank-you PhotoShop! You are the Cats Pajamas!

  • By José Manuel Alorda - 10:08 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    With photoshop, you certainly got one step beyond!!!
    CONGRATULATIONS!!
    :-)

  • By Terri Heiman - 10:08 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Love all the photoshop programs. I appreciate the tutotials. They have helped so much! Just keep doing what you are doing! Thanks!

  • By Jim K. Georges - 10:08 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’m a Photoshop CS5 newbie and I am BLOWN AWAY at the depth of this program, the possibilities are endless!

    Congratulations on all your success and I can’t wait to see what’s coming next!

  • By Guilherme Vignini - 10:08 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Fantastic Job, congratulations!

  • By Brenda Shank - 10:08 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    There is a reason you have a million fans. You have AWESOME products that continue to be cutting edge year after year. Congrats!!

  • By Martijn - 10:08 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Holy shit, one million!

    Awesome job and thumps up from me.

    Keep going with the awesome job!

  • By Songvut Kositarut - 10:08 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    e-publication function directly from Photoshop. Don’t have to be all great as Indesign, but for small, easy to use one.

    Congrats for 1 Million milestone. 😉

  • By Esa Hämäläinen - 10:08 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    1 mil – congrats for the great work. Well… for the wish part… I´d love to have transform (+other adjustments: warp, perspective etc.) for smart objects – and still be able to edit the smartobject without the modifications. O_O

  • By Melissa - 10:09 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on 1 million fans! Thanks for the chance to win!

  • By Carlos Méndez - 10:09 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would love to have a database of bitmaps to merge with the new algorithm in order to improve it

  • By Cyndi W - 10:09 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love Adobe! WOHOO for 1 million fans

  • By Jolynne Woodcock - 10:09 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Along with all the wonderful things that PS4 does I would love to have the brain capacity to remember it all!

  • By dino sidoti - 10:09 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Hi…
    I’m very happy to work with your programs…
    Every new version is a discovery of what first seemed impossible…
    Thanks

  • By Billy Hobbs - 10:09 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Yay for one million! I love photoshop!

  • By Darrell Robin - 10:09 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    CONGRATS!
    broke dude needs that PS!!
    lets do this!!
    *crosses fingers*

  • By Tan Nguyen - 10:10 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats! I would love to see a magic tool that cooks and serves food for me while i play in PhotoShop :) Keep up the amazing work on such a wonderful program.

  • By Kevin Todd - 10:10 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on 1 million! I love Photoshop and Lightroom the way it is. I con’t think of a way to improve any better than it is. Great job!

  • By MaNo Pan. PapaNikolaou - 10:10 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Not only one, Photoshop is millions miles away!

  • By Alpaca Scarves - 10:10 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    well done! Look forward to getting my free version of PS and LR

  • By Khan Denis Teyim - 10:10 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Hitting 1million mark is a child’s play. it is evidence of your quality product and how it has changed the lifes of millions around the world. A city built on a hill, they say, can never hide. May God help me to be one of the winners.

  • By Missie G - 10:10 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on 1 million fans!!
    Love the Photoshop products. Have tried others but keep coming back to the best!!

  • By Michelle - 10:10 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on having 1 million fans! I am new to Photoshopping. It was overwhelming at first but the more I learn the more I love it.

  • By baiumie - 10:11 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    i would love to win this, it would be really great

  • By FiL - 10:11 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on making an awesome product, it’s enlightening to work with it for everyone.

  • By Paul Dale - 10:11 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’m in!!

  • By Alpaca Scarves - 10:11 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    can’t think of much improvement, may be ask that some filters run quicker, but then some are complex and I expect it to take some time?

  • By Stuart Nafey - 10:11 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Keep the tips and tutorials coming. Thanks!

  • By Dion Harrison - 10:11 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats :) !!!!
    I love photoshop, shame i can only use the trail! :(

  • By amanda myers - 10:11 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats Adobe Photoshop You all deserve the fan support that you get. Your products are amazing I love Photoshop and Lightroom I have been using them for a little over a year and I learn something new everyday your facebook fan page has helped me learn alot I really could use the Upgrade and Appreciate all the hard work you guys put into everything. What I would like to see is some nice wedding tutorials on editing =)
    Congrats Again
    Mandie

  • By Samuel Daniel - 10:11 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’m so intrigued by this…1 mil+ fans…great job on your efforts to propel the creative instinct within individuals.

    Looking forward to future endeavours from the photoshop team.

  • By Bean - 10:12 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’m using Elements 2 and 6 interchangably. Can’t wait to see what Elements 8 can do for us. Enjoy the programs immensely.

  • By Damon Atherton - 10:12 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    What could be improved in Photoshop for me? Hmmmm…….. I have to say a cross-platform license would be best. I use both Mac and PC, and most of my photos are on my PC as it is the machine I’ve used the longest. One of these days I’ll probably be able to afford a NEW Mac and upgrade to CS5….or 6…or 10 or whatever is current by then.

    Thanks, Adobe. Your stuff is the BEST!

  • By Markus - 10:12 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The only one improvement for ps and lr would be speed. And don’t change the tools places in every release!

    But still, I love Photoshop and Lightroom.

    Thank you Photoshop team!

    -Markus

  • By Ramon Marcoso - 10:12 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    for me photoshop is awesome just the way it is.
    im happy for all of you guys!

  • By Tyler S - 10:12 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Woooo Photoshop! I would love it when you use a tool that a pop-up for beginners came up offering suggestions for feathering or other useful things that could be produced with the tool to help make things more clean, and of course you could turn the option off if you were a pro and knew how to do said useful hints.

  • By irene - 10:12 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I work with photoshop since there where the version 5 and it was like “love at first sight”; after all these years I can say that I still growing with it and every upgrade is an opportunity to learn how to do my job better, faster and extraordinary.
    Only photoshop can give a magic touch to what I want to express in my work.
    thaks photoshop.

    i love the way photoshop is…every upgrade always more amazing than before

  • By Marie - 10:12 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would LOVE a copy of lightroom!!! Happy 1 millionth fan!!!

  • By Robbie66 - 10:12 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop and lightroom, all you will ever need

  • By Angela Chenoweth - 10:12 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations. I would say the only thing I would change would be to make photoshop and Lightroom more able to work together in conjunction or at the same time. Maybe you can and I just haven’t figured it out but it would be great to be able to use them together instead of uploading, saving and opening in the next program to do other effects. Congratulations again on the millionth fan!

  • By Erica Campbell - 10:12 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love seeing all of your status updates with tips and tricks. :) Congrats on the million fans! :)

  • By Stas - 10:13 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Good job Photoshop team. Good luck and keep up the good work 😀

  • By James - 10:13 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would make Photoshop easier to use from a beginner standpoint. It is overwhelming for the newer people getting into it.

  • By Nicklas - 10:13 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would love to be able to switch fonts on and off in PS.
    /Nicklas

  • By rob - 10:13 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    i remember starting out with photoshop 5 thinking it couldn’t get any better, thank you for proving me wrong all these years :)

  • By Bruce Reigner - 10:13 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations!!! 1 million wow.

  • By Cindy Olsen - 10:13 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    photoshop is one of our favorite photo editing tool ever used it for over 10 year. would love to dig into lightroom heard so many great things and possiblity that it offers.
    Thanks for such a great giveaway!

  • By Jamie - 10:13 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on 1 million fans. Photoshop… the best thing since the creation of the internet!

  • By Chris Gronde - 10:13 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    As a photographer I love photoshop and I use it every single day and it took me a while to come up with something I would change, but I think having a bar of my most used buttons would be nice. I think there’s a way to do this already that I might not be aware of but I would also like to select a specific color range and change the hue and saturation of just that color range, like say changing an eye color or changing the color of the leaves of a tree, etc. Other than that right now I LOVE this software!!!!!!

  • By Leonardo A. Barbosa - 10:13 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Tks for exist! Photoshop is a best software for a best jobs! Congratulations team!

  • By anita edging - 10:13 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on achieving one million fans!

  • By Suzie Bougie - 10:13 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations Photoshop and to all its users and fans. Great products.

  • By Brian D - 10:14 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I need a copy of Photoshop CS5 :)

  • By sanawaqar - 10:14 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Love photoshop it gave me my strength back i was nothing but know after doing certification my life change love photoshop

  • By Jennifer Risley - 10:14 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would like it to be a little less expensive. I would love to upgrade but can not afford it right now. As for something that I would change about the program..work on the shadowing tools, mine always look like they are floating. Maybe I just need to practice some more.

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  • By Deborah Baker - 10:14 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love Photoshop it makes my life so much easier. The biggest thing I would improve upon it the price. Maybe make some good sales or something and then I would like to be able to merge without having to retype the name over and over.

  • By Simon Western - 10:14 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Well done on 1 million fans, makes my 20000 look a little weak. :(
    The improvement I would request isn’t for you but for my employer to buy me CS5. I NEED it in my life and they won’t stump up. Please take pitty on me and make my year!!
    Thanks muchly.

  • By Zsofia Berenyi - 10:15 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations!!Actually that is no wonder people become fan of your page there are soooo many interesting videos, workshops, advices going on, I’m trying them time to time.
    The best improvement just for me apart from getting my own dedicated copy…:P would be if there would be a section for programming new shortcuts for menu points easier.
    Cheeeeers

  • By Martin Day - 10:15 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    So sort of built in record function could be useful too. So if I was doing a demo of a technique to a friend or client then I could record a video of it in photoshop and then save it and to send it to a them. The ability to share it over CS live or import it into Premiere would be great too. It could help to pass on new techniques and allow others to pick up on mistakes and give advice. It would also be a great teaching tool for educators too.

  • By Lisa Topolinski - 10:15 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats photoshop!

  • By Nghia - 10:15 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    “If we could make one improvement to Photoshop specifically for YOU, what would it be?” I would love to see the overall Actions function improved, i.e., code and add plugins to Photoshop like ActionScript in Flash and control palette in Photoshop just like control scene with formula so you can change and test the all parameter at a time, not just such in each of the sequences. And YEAH a Million and still counting… 😀

  • By Miltos - 10:15 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Create an option where photoshop vectorises the picture (even lonely pixels in some cases where needed) in order to be able for the user to enlarge small images as much as he/she wants. Ofcourse the vectorised picture will be huge in size but it will only be temporary so that the picture will be able to be resized.

    Also, turn your current default brushes (not the ones that are just a circle) into vectors, cause when I make them larger in order to use them in large pictures, they tend to become blurry and look horrible.

    Also one very smart move to do in order to improve my Photoshop expirience would be to buy me a new top of the top computer since youre so concerned about me 😉 I wouldn’t say no to that!

    Also you could make a window that would appear in photoshop which would come (by our choice) and show us the newest brushes and helping programs (forgot the term) and install them easilly (not having to download – go to specific folder – paste – etc etc)

  • By Scott Berger - 10:16 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    As an emerging amateur photographer, I am definitely a novice at Photoshop and have only played with it at a friend’s house. The one improvement that you could make to Photoshop that would specifically help me would be Tutorials built in or bundled with the program. Photoshop is not just a purchase but it is an investment into the quality of my photographs. Having tutorials built in would help the “newbies” without having to spend precious time and money researching for tutorials and training.

  • By D Lee - 10:16 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    With PhotoShop, artistry is only a click away! Thanks PS team for a wonderful product!

  • By alexandre nigro - 10:16 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    AEWWWW Aqui é um fan do BRASIL!!!!!!!
    XD
    Parabens pelos 1 milhão de fans!!
    e tenha a certeza de que existem muitoo mais e que esses 1 milhão gostam muitoooo do seu programa!!!

    Congratulations for that 1 million fans!
    and be sure there is much more than 1 million how likes your program and that 1 million really love your program! ^^

  • By kirsten anderberg - 10:17 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop has changed my life. A techy friend of mine and I have had conversations where we agree Photoshop would be one of the top three things we would want with us if we were left alone on a deserted island! My Photoshop teacher used some quote like “you give a man a fish, he eats for a day. You give him Photoshop, and he never needs to eat again!” I LOVE Photoshop. It is like the BIG 64 Crayola crayon box with crayon sharpener on back when we were kids! If I had nothing else to do in life, I could do Photoshop all day long and still not get bored. When I was taking my first Photoshop class, I kept feeling like I was learning MAGIC! Like if I had had those skills in some other time period, I could have manipulated empires with the skills! It is like a magician’s kit…I am in complete awe of Photoshop and I am thoroughly excited to be alive during this time on the frontier and crossroads of so many types of technology: internet, digital photography and HD, social networking, Photoshop and other amazing Adobe products…

  • By Esther Farnstrom - 10:17 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats! I read more PS postings than friends now. I want something simple….a spellchecker in text blocks. Keep up the good work.

  • By Francisco Dozier - 10:17 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Hi!
    I use Photoshop CS5 just about everyday and I also use Illustrator CS5 just about everyday. Many, no, most of the times I use both alternately, so I would LOVE to see some kind of interface that would allow me to jump back and forth from Photoshop to Illustrator and back without leaving the work window, in other words: there would be an icon on the menu bar at the top and if you clicked on it, Photoshop magically turns into Illustrator,and vice-versa.
    The reason is that I work with dual screen display (the work window on the left, menus on the right) and have to minimize PS, then maximize Ai, then do the same to go back to Ps, otherwise if I don’t do this I have a right screen full of open menus/tabs etc from two different programs one on top of the other! This can and is very confusing and leads me many times to mis-click on wrong window/tab…oy vey!

    Thanks for listening!

  • By Casper - 10:17 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats for the 1 mil FB Fans and keep on making those superb products!

  • By Ryan - 10:17 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Wow! Photoshop is pretty great and it’s hard to imagine something better. But that said, I’d love to see more painterly effects for the fine artist. Specifically HDR 32-bit paint that glowed while it mixed with itself and produced a range of light/colors unimaginable before!

  • By Paul - 10:17 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop!! …helping me to make the impossible possible for over twenty years!!!!!!! rock-on!

  • By Luis - 10:17 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Improve rulers and guides!

  • By Shawn - 10:17 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I agree with the comment upthread about being able to watermark images easily for upload to Flickr or other websites. That would be awesome.

  • By Petr Kolomazník - 10:17 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Dear Adobe 😉
    i think that Photoshop is perfect, but if I could iprove something it’d be only cosmetic changes of UI or somthing like that. For example zooming could be shown as a scroll bar or menu as it is in filters window. Of course it’d be great if PS could get faster, but I undersand that it’s complicated program. Speed is limited by complexity of source code, but it would be rly great. I don§t have any more comments… I just can’t imagine what could be better in photoshop… It’s the best photo editing tool… maybe the best tool ever.

  • By Jose - 10:17 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Here´s another fan. Good job!

  • By don johnson - 10:17 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats PS! Keeps getting better.

  • By marcus shcutzenhofer - 10:18 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    everyday i learn something new from using photoshop. Its great that there is always more than 1 way to get it done.

  • By Mark S. - 10:18 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats PS on FB!!!! Keep it up! I love working with Photoshop everyday at my job. Could really use it at home though…

  • By CHAD JONES - 10:18 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    1 million strong, next step world domination :) Thanks Photoshop for a quality product and all the great tips/tricks you provide!

  • By Amanda carusoe - 10:18 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Me = two arms, two legs, two programs. Lightroom and Photoshop are just two more appendages…

  • By Annie from WI - 10:18 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop Rocks! 1 Million Fans and counting!

  • By Cindi Gallagher - 10:18 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would love to see a simple (I mean really simple) single task tutorial for each tool that will aid instructors like me to help beginning students to work on their own in learning the program. I would prefer that it include written directions, illustrations, video/animation that does not depend on previous steps or tutorials. Thanks. PS I would really like a copy to use at home to explore all the new features!

  • By Ronnie N. - 10:18 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on the 1-million milestone! Photoshop rocks!

  • By Josh Cotner - 10:18 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The only improvement I could think of would be a “stencils” tool. Stencils being basically an image that you move around on a layer, but when painted over, only a select area be affected. (Much like the stencils in everyday life.) This would cut down the time needed for multi-layering and duplicating some images.

  • By Larry - 10:19 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Nothing could be finer than to get an update anywhere anytime.

  • By Jennifer Gardner - 10:19 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love being a fan of Photoshop on Facebook. I learn so many things.. id also love to get Lightroom! :) Yay!

  • By Janelle Yoder - 10:19 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats, Photoshop! Keep up the good work!

  • By John Paul Tabios - 10:19 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Wow! Photoshop is pretty great and it’s hard to imagine something better. But that said, I’d love to see more painterly effects for the fine artist. Specifically HDR 32-bit paint that glowed while it mixed with itself and produced a range of light/colors unimaginable before!

  • By adira - 10:19 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    SUPER POWER 1 million fANS!!! GREAT PRODUCT

  • By Bryan M - 10:19 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Well….to be honest….I would like a VERY discounted version for my students enrolled in my publishing class so they can afford more time with the software to become more proficient in it’s use. Something along the line of TheUltimateSteal.com MS has for office. Get the students in cheap, get them hooked on it, and they won’t go to anything else!

  • By Karo - 10:19 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations Photoshop! Your products are the best! :)

  • By Jaishi - 10:20 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    First CONGRATULATIONS!

    Secondly “If we could make one improvement to Photoshop specifically for YOU, what would it be?”
    PS is pretty much perfect. I guess one suggestion would be for more effects.

  • By John J - 10:20 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Content aware painting…Photoshop reads your mind to figure out what you want to paint and fills it in for you. :)

  • By cj krail - 10:20 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    LR3 is phenomenal. I don’t know if I’d change anything. I like what I’m seeing so far. 😀

  • By Nicholas de Wolff - 10:20 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    You opened the doors to a bi-directional dialogue with your customers, and treated us as respected evaluation partners. No surprise then that your fan-base should grow so strong!

    Keep up the good work, Team Adobe.

  • By Rob McCabe - 10:20 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would love to win a copy of Photoshop and Lightroom as up until now I have only used the trial versions.
    Winning would mean I could continue using the best software since the previous version.

    If I could have a feature tailored to me, it would be a floating box that would appear on a keypress which would give context sensitive help depending on the currently selected tool complete with context sensitive keystrokes.

  • By Sonu K - 10:20 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Wow…Congrats PS…its feels great to be the part of that….
    PS I LOVE YOU…

  • By Monica - 10:20 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Honestly, the only thing I can think of is making RAW conversion more seamless in Photoshop.
    I love Photoshop…and would really like to own Lightroom.
    Congratulations on 1mil+ fans! You deserve it. Thank you for really utilizing facebook (in a way that the fanpage’s creator didn’t).

  • By Jennifer T. - 10:20 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    If you could make one improvement to photoshop, I would suggest more comprehensive, and easy to use 3D tools. CS3’s tools were great, but CS4’s were terrible, and neither were good enough to do anything super special, like you could possibly do in 3d max.

    Granted, I’m not a cad designer, but its really awesome when you can implement 3d elements to a photomanipulation (I’ve done it once with apples on a tree).

    Just a thought.

  • By John Paul Tabios - 10:20 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    e-publication function directly from Photoshop. Don’t have to be all great as Indesign, but for small, easy to use one.
    Congrats for 1 Million milestone. :)

  • By Leon Bacchus - 10:21 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop has truly changed the way we view designing. Whatever would we do without it!!!

  • By Sunique Samoog - 10:21 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats! Photoshop rocks all the way!

  • By Robert - 10:21 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Lightroom rocks…Photoshop rules…it’s rock and rule baby!

  • By Nikki - 10:21 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    WOO I love the page. Get lots of tips. I am completely self taught and still using CS2 to do all my graphic work. I would simply love to win CS5 cause I could never afford it. Either way congrats on a million fans and to those that win the free copies.

  • By Patrick - 10:21 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Yay, I knew you could do it.

  • By Marvin - 10:22 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    GO PHOTOSHOP! THUNDER! LIGHTNING! STRIKE!

  • By Corrine Turgeon - 10:22 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    If you could make one improvement to Photoshop specifically for me, then it would be to include different actions that could save time and help with creativity. I know there are many actions out there that you can buy and download such as actions for b+w, vintage, etc… I am not that trusting to download other people’s actions however. I tried to download one action and it not only didn’t work, but it messed up my brushes. If the actions were made by adobe then I would have no reason not to trust and love them!!!!

  • By Luis Marques - 10:22 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    One improvement I would like to see in Photoshop, specifically for me, would be the possibility to make dashed lines following a path in a easy way like Illustrator does. With this minor improvement I wouldn’t need to keep jumping from one software to another, creating and importing dashed lines from Illustrator to Photoshop… All in all it would save me some precious time! 😉
    Anyway thanks Photoshop for changing my life!! =D

  • By Tommy Kelly - 10:22 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Great job! Yay!

  • By Saint Jude - 10:22 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Thanks so so so much. Photoshop makes my world a fun to live in.

  • By Eduardo Rodriguez - 10:23 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Love Photoshop and congratulation on de millionth fan, what I would love to see in Photoshop is a better way to manage type fonts, maybe a way to save somewhere favorites of recently used, and also a better way to preview them, thanks!!!!!!

  • By Valery - 10:24 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats for one million fans every change you made in Photoshop is the one I need!!! Thanks you for your existence, and my life would be much complicated without yours programs!!!

  • By Jozef Culen - 10:24 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Hi adobe, I love Photoshop !

  • By Kristin M. - 10:24 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    PS has helped me w/ my photography hobby and expand it to a small business. It helps me give my customers photos a little punch of color, soft light, and unwanted environmental factors with a click of mouse. Thank you PS! <3

  • By Diego - 10:24 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats! It´s a real pleassure to be part of this great family

  • By Laryl Hancock - 10:24 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    congrats! My dream request would be that I have the option to have mini-bridge automatically collapse after I open images from it, if I want. 99.9% of the time I grab and image and want it closed because it’s covering up my other panels.

  • By Eric Steiner - 10:24 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    And I still remember using PhotoShop ’88 back in the day…

    This might seem petty, but I hate waiting for PhotoShop to boot. I’d love an instant on function, perhaps where it continues initializing in the background, but lets me start working right away.

    Congrats on this achievement, but please realize it is only a milestone in the journey – 5 million fans is just around the corner.

  • By Annie C - 10:24 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    CONGRAT!!! I only have PSE 7 and could really use a BIG TIME upgrade!!!

  • By Ariane - 10:25 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulation!!! I love your page, I can found so much tricks and ideas and brushs, and effect and…..
    LOng live to you!!!

  • By martyn flynn - 10:25 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    congrats! (;

  • By Laurie Weber - 10:25 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I Luv! Luv! Luv! PS!!! It’s truly amazing what one can do with just one program!!! I’m a photo freak and digi scrapper and without it, the quality of my creations would not be the same! Thanx for the chance at a great product! :-)

  • By Steph - 10:25 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Yeah! Huzzah for Photoshop. Best $1,000 I ever spent.

  • By Elena - 10:25 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats! I love Photoshop and your page.

  • By Ray Liu - 10:25 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Hey just wanna say a big thank you to the photoshop teams. Your product has really enriched my life!

  • By Miguel Carvajal - 10:25 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’ve only been using Photoshop for the past 5 years and I am in love with it. And my work flow would not be complete without Lightroom.
    Thank you guys for such great software!

  • By Deborah Williams - 10:25 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations! Photoshop and 1 million fans awesome!

  • By Andrea L - 10:25 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I really really like the FB pages for PS and LR. As a full-time worker outside the digital photog field and just a part-time hobbiest, it is hard to find time to learn more about your programs. I have really benefitted from the tips and tricks you have shared via your pages. If you could change one thing for me, I would love it if Photoshop had the same type of crop tool that LR has.

    Keep up the good work!

  • By pethr - 10:26 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Hi, Photoshop is great, a little bloated since approximately version 5 or 6 but we learned to live with it.

    What I would love is better integration with InDesign to resize, crop and resample images automatically according to their ID placement and effective resolution. Adding profile conversion and output sharpening would make a powerful tool for high quality pre-press without a need for a 3rd party script or solution (output sharpening is great in camera raw (which is insanely great by itself) but it is a little misplaced – it is hard to integrate it into a workflow this way because you generally need to place and resize images first before sharpening them). Such feature would be hard to sell but definitely appreciated by professionals.

    What I would love you don’t do is to make things work differently in PS than in other Adobe products. For example if you add new default zoom behavior you absolutely must work with other divisions to have this feature ready too.

    keep up the good work!
    Pethr

  • By Shabnam - 10:26 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    What a great program!! Love using it and do so all the time!! Keep up the great work!!

  • By Miguel Calderon - 10:26 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations! Thank you for all those great tips.

  • By Nadir - 10:26 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    i love PS

  • By Nymotens - 10:27 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    You’re millionaires :)

  • By Gabriel Comym - 10:27 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Hello mates,
    Congratulations for the 1 million mark!
    As a professional i would like to thank all the team for make our work more fluent and to save our time with the development of all the new tools in PSCS5.

    Cheers from Brazil.

  • By Rachelle Brown - 10:27 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love photoshop and would love to have the Lightroom edition..

  • By flashy - 10:27 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Hi, I love Adobe too much that I marry you

  • By Amit Sainwal - 10:28 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Hey Photoshop team, this is the actual payback that u got millions of fan and I m proud to b one of them……..

    yippeeeeee……..

  • By adira - 10:28 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    more tutorials for everyone please.

  • By Roberta Bailey - 10:28 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    it’s real simple. photoshop has changed my life.
    congrats…i know i’ll be around when the “billionth” fan signs on. :)

  • By Ian Norton - 10:28 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love Photoshop!

  • By Kari Sikorski - 10:28 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would LOVE to have Lightroom! I absolutely love PS & all that it can do!

  • By Mike Hainstock - 10:28 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on 1 million fans and an exceptional product.

  • By Luis Macias - 10:28 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Think Photoshop is on one of the best inventions ever. What would I do without it!

  • By Brandi W - 10:29 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats PS! Love PS & Ai, keep up the good work! Would love to see some Ai functions intergratted into Ps, like the ability to select mtiple layers at once with just
    the click of the mouse

  • By Michael - 10:29 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations!! Love your postings.

  • By Tim - 10:29 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats Adobe team!!!! I love you and your products. :)

  • By Judith - 10:29 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop, my favorite companion! And love just grows!!!

  • By Samuel S. - 10:29 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    1000000 (-> ONE MILLION!!!) FAN!!! That’s great! Thumbs up for the Adobe team! Thumbs up for the Photoshop!!! 😀

  • By Jason Smith - 10:29 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love Photoshop, but this student designer cant quite afford the software

  • By Kevin Hurt - 10:29 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Awesome! Congrats on 1 million!

  • By Paula M - 10:29 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    YAY!!!! 1 Million Photoshop Fans…CONGRATULATIONS!! I’ve been using Photoshop since 6.0 and cannot remember what my life was like before I created my very first graphic. Photoshop gave me a way to take my creativity to places I could only dream of, and for this I sincerly thank you!!

  • By Carol Padgett - 10:29 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats!!! What an awesome giveaway!!

  • By Jeff Carlisle - 10:29 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop ROCKS!!! Congrats on your fan milestone!

  • By Anne Logarta - 10:30 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations Photoshop for hitting the 1 million mark!
    As a photo enthusiast, Photoshop had always become handy for me. I loved the Lightroom most especially. I’m proud to be one of the fans! Cheers!

  • By David Johnson - 10:30 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats….how about giving the edit>fade some history states….you know you want to!

  • By Maartje van Hoorn - 10:31 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats Adobe!

    For me, I would love it if all shortcuts were generally set to one-hand control for a right handed person. I can’t use my left hand (ever) and I still haven’t found out a good way to set the shortcuts.

  • By Jen - 10:31 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    You put so many awesome things into CS5 that it’s hard to think of improvements, so here’s a little one: make the default “float all in windows” – it’s such a pain to have to set that every time. I’ve heard great things about Lightroom from a colleague – hope I get a chance to try it soon.

  • By Ray Swindle - 10:31 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on 1 million fans!

  • By Sheila G - 10:31 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations! What an accomplishment. But, Photoshop is Awesome, so I’m not surprised. If there was to be one thing, I’d have to say make the pen tool work more like Illustrator. Just a tad more… But otherwise, what would be do without Photoshop?

  • By Garrett Nors - 10:32 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would have to say that I would like you to add a way to more easily batch edit files…I know that’s vague but hey.

  • By Milos Miladinovic - 10:32 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Wheeeee!!!

  • By Bob - 10:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Wow! A million folks can’t be wrong! This is way cool!

  • By pewag - 10:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’m McLovin Photoshop.

  • By Mike Hainstock - 10:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    “If we could make one improvement to Photoshop specifically for YOU, what would it be?” Provide a batch processing tool for the web.

  • By Richard Corbin - 10:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats….I new this would be a smash hit

  • By Gudrun Schulze Ebbinghoff - 10:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I like the CR interface and wish some of the tools and adjustments in PS would work more like CR.

    Congrats on the million fans! I’m certain that there are many more of us out there.

  • By Meredith L - 10:34 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    What an amazing gift!

  • By Donna Casey - 10:34 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on your millionth fan! I use Photoshop CS3 to create awesome book cover art for self-publishing authors all over the world. I would like to see a simple, one-touch Photoshop feature that would remove backgrounds from intricate designs (such as bare tree branches with sky/clouds in the background). I know it can be done with various tools, step by step, but I would really like to see it simplified. I know it’s a tall order, but if anyone can do it, the people at Adobe can. Thanks for everything!

  • By Jared Elick - 10:34 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I am a 20 year old college student who works for minimum wage, and my photoshop trial is almost up! I run a few websites, trying to learn some coding languages by trial and error, and various tutorials online.

    Without this free offer, I will be forced to walk the earth without using this amazing product on a regular basis. Eventually i may just shrivel up and die.

    I would greatly appreciate a copy of Photoshop, as Gimp in no way compares to this superior product, and, I mastered Photoshop, not Gimp.

    Thank you for your consideration of me!

    • By Jared Elick - 10:37 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

      Alright, I didn’t answer the question. An improvement to Photoshop? I would love a lot more textures and pre-made brushes and things. That way I don’t have to learn to make them, or search online for ones that other people have made, which may very well be viruses.

  • By Gary B. Mahaffey - 10:34 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I am completely thrilled with discovering new avenues of creativity with every use of Photoshop. I am a female impersonator and use the program for enhancing photos for myself and others. If one improvement were to be made, you could add the “Not-Look-Like-A-Dude” button. Because, as talented as I am, I still have trouble turning some of these lads into ladies. Wigs, makeup, and filters can only do so much. Thanks guys for making me pretty for at least the past 8 years. Lol.

  • By Sally Crane - 10:34 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats to the team. One million fans and counting….
    I love Photoshop and Lightroom but am mostly self taught. I joined in on one of your online Seminars recently which I found really useful, it’s so much quicker to understand things when it’s shown to you. I’d love to see more of these and more recordings of them on adobetv.

  • By Pam - 10:34 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    One improvement for me would be to completely combine PhotoShop & Illustrator and call it Photostrator! That way I don’t have to swap back and forth between all the open programs on my computer 😉

  • By Mitch Alcala - 10:35 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    A million and counting! Congrats Photoshop, Thank you for what you do. Keep up the good work!

  • By simon - 10:35 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    my reaction 😀 photoshop ftw!!

  • By Paul MacDonna - 10:35 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I began learning PS back at the end of the last century. What tremendous improvements you have made to make it so user friendly and easy to operate.
    Hmmm…one improvement just for me? Give me a quick and easy way to take red-eyes out of photos (no, I didn’t take them…lol!) I’ve always enjoyed the many things that you cover in the tips and shortcuts…Please keep them coming!!

  • By Randy Overly - 10:35 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    This is a great! Good luck to everyone!

  • By Rob van der Teen - 10:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations! I work with Phostoshop from version 2.0 and its get only beter!

  • By Lazar - 10:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    It’s nice to see that someone cares for their customers. Congrats on the 1 million fans on Facebook. You deserve even more!

    Photoshop + Lightroom = Best combination there is!

  • By Valerie Mouery - 10:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    WOW, simply amazing! Congratulations on one million fans. I’m glad to be apart of such a significant group of people!

  • By Phyo - 10:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’m one of the photoshop fan !!! Gratz on hitting 1 mils fac ^__^
    keep growing ~~~~

  • By Ayesha Zulfiqar - 10:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Many congratulations :). I hope we get to witness 2 million soon enough!

  • By Nina - 10:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    One million subscribers is quite a milestone. Congratulations on this achievement! I really look forward to your articles and enjoy reading them.

  • By Sara P - 10:37 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would love to see more integration with the pen tablet. There are pen tablet options available that just don’t seem to work in PS. I would like to be able to control pen tablet options within PS and Lightroom.

  • By Alexia - 10:37 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would not have my wonderful career without photoshop! And I NEED Lightroom for shizzle!

  • By Radu - 10:37 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on your facebook accomplishment, but i am sure there are a lot more than 1 million user actually enjoying and using this product.

    Looking forward to further achievements down the pipeline.

    Best regards

  • By RaShonda Williams - 10:37 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Wow! This is so exciting ! Congratulations to the whole Photoshop Team and thank you guys so much for creating such a life changing tool! lol I seriously could not imagine my life without Photoshop. It has brought so much creativity out of me and in my works. I’m still Learning a lot being a Photoshop user of 5 years. As far as improvements I don’t see the need for any, it’s the perfect imaging tool for me. Thank you guys again so much!! :)

  • By Don Catlett - 10:37 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Thank you for the continued encouragement to improve my skills in Photoshop.
    If I could have anything new in Photoshop, it would be a smart mask. I would take the lasso tool and loosely select an object and then let Photoshop mask the object with hair and transparent materials included. I know Photoshop can mask objects like this now, but I would like it even more simplified.

  • By Gary B. Mahaffey - 10:38 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Oh, did I mention I would LOVE to be a recipient of your giveaway? No, I did not. ATTENTION INTER-WEB USERS: Gary B. Mahaffey NEEDS some sunshine in my life. Since it’s been cloudy outside, I will have to rely on the fine folks at Photoshop to bring some sunshine to my day. …or at least my photos. THAT IS ALL.

  • By Melissa Reed - 10:38 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I LOVE Photoshop CS5 and lightroom – I’ve been using photoshop for quite some time, and just started using lightroom – it’s amazing how much more automated my workflow has become! I love that lightroom lets you export with watermarks and it’s so easy! Love it!

    Congratulations!

  • By Diane Gonzales - 10:38 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats! Photoshop is awesome!

  • By Patrick Riordan - 10:38 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    LOVE Photoshop! I have an old version, and could REALLY use an upgrade!!

  • By Can Öztokmak - 10:39 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    leaving a comment wishing to be among the 5 lucky people..

  • By Vinh Ha - 10:39 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would like to see a procedural base paint splater tool that incorporates various attributes of physics, like gravity (for drip effects), trajectory and velocity, etc… This way one can create unique paint splatters and dripp effects without needing a brush (which presently requires multipl brushes to avoid a repetitive look).

  • By Amanda Shifflett - 10:39 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on the 1 millionth fan!! Photoshop is an amazing product and very powerful LOVE IT

  • By Kristen Dye - 10:40 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I SUPER <3 Photoshop and Lightroom. Congratulations on 1 mill fans! That ROCKS!
    I would love to win :)

  • By Lee McKinney - 10:40 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Amazing products not surprised to see 1 million fans on Facebook. The world would be a very different place without your products and the good thing is they just keep improving. You help free imaginations and allow us to express ourselfs as well as making quite a few folks well off along the way. Keep it up Adobe.

  • By thomas - 10:40 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    it feels good to see that so much people likes photoshop. thank you guys for the tips and info about Photoshop. keep going with the good work. thank you.
    greetz from belgium

  • By Carie - 10:41 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats!

  • By Olga - 10:41 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations to the team!
    The most desired improvement for me would be adding an auto save feature!

  • By Anne - 10:41 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats to all! Suggestion – Bring back automated contact sheets.

  • By Brad Hansen - 10:42 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrads on 1,000,000 Photoshop is really a great program

  • By inna - 10:42 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    CONGRATULATIONS Team Photoshop!!!!!!!! Amazing product – just amazing!
    I wish you did giveaways more often :)

  • By Bianka - 10:42 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    First CONGRATULATIONS!

    PS is pretty much perfect but i miss the auto save

  • By Keith Leonad - 10:42 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations, it’s no wonder Photoshop has 1 million fans though, it’s defines its industry. I’ve used Photoshop for years for both work and play, recently I’ve been doing a lot more photography work, so features like context aware fill are very exciting developments. Keep pushing hardware acceleration as well please!

  • By Gabriel - 10:42 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on the 1M milestone !

  • By Amber - 10:43 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Love photoshop! Could so use an upgrade though!

  • By David Taylor-Garcia - 10:43 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    With Photoshop, the wonders of the world come alive and the imagination soars!

  • By Jawor - 10:43 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    My best improvement would be more extended tools for making vector images. I know that for vectors is Illustrator but I don’t like its interface so much (yes, it’s very simillar to Photoshop, but … :) ).

    (sorry for my English)

  • By Jessica - 10:43 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Ok this is a little hard to comment on here from my blackberry but I. Couldn’t pass up the chance! So sorry if I spell something wrong! ;P. I just want to say how much I loveeee ps! I’ve been using cs3 for a about 2 years now and it is amazing, nothing compares!! There is still so much to learn I learn something new almost everytime I load it :) I use ps mainly for graphic design and my photography. I want to say congrÀts on hittin a million, I’m suprised it didn’t happen sooner!!!

  • By Alethia Rains - 10:43 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    “If we could make one improvement to Photoshop specifically for YOU, what would it be?”

    If I could pick one improvement it would be a simple tool button add-on that I could click to show me the “Before” and “After” of my working image with the option of saving the two images as a split screen. I like to show what I did to an image and it would be easier if there were a button that allowed this. I offer a Befre/After gallery on my blog and its a pain to save two different files and have to click back and forth between them to compare.

    I love photoshop and love receiving my updates on Facebook. Thanks to the tutorials I’ve been able to make faster edits and create templates that I didnt know how to do before. THANK YOU!!!!

  • By Theresa Perlmutter - 10:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love Photoshop, been using it since 5.5 came out. Love the things that I have done with it over the years
    can’t say good enough things about it.

  • By april russell - 10:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    ADORE photoshop! Thanks so much for this awesome tool!

  • By Emma - 10:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations! That’s brill. I love photoshop, would love to win this competition as I’m limited to just using it at Uni right now!

  • By Mario Helkert - 10:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    It’s great to be part of such a huge and creative community!

    Greetings from Germany

    Mario

  • By Jaime - 10:45 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Yea Photoshop! It would be really awesome if new versions of PS came with an easy way to automatically turn current actions into LR droplets without having to open them up!

  • By Vidar Lindstad - 10:45 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on the 1 million Fan mark on FB. :o))

  • By Agata - 10:45 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop is the best, my all the time favorite piece of software! ANd congrats on the fb page, it’s really cool, I like all the links to tutorials and cool stuff, I learned new stuff this way, thanks!

  • By Shawn - 10:45 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Woot! Uber popularity, congrats!!

  • By Holly Bratton - 10:45 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I absolutely love photoshop and love the fact that you guys leave tips on FB. Love to have some exposure to lightroom so I can combine the two. Way to go PS team and keep it coming.

  • By Jenny - 10:45 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop is amazing… just love it!

  • By Marci - 10:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on one million fans! For future PS versions, I would like to see a better collaboration with companies that create PS plug-ins so that the versions of products like Noiseware and Portraiture could be created to be released at the same time, or within a few weeks of the new PS release. Causes MANY issues for people who use these in conjunction with Photoshop every day!! Thanks!

  • By Brian Oliver - 10:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Thanks for the great products!

  • By Thinh - 10:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Great job. Very well done on both Photoshop and Lightroom. If you can provide a link or forum for FAN to discuss and share their works. This would be awesome…Flash animation for tips tutorial is best. :o)

  • By heather brincko - 10:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Absolutely my two favorite – and most useful/inspiring – fan pages. Congrats on 1 million!

  • By Laurie Baxley - 10:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Just recently became a fan, and I’m loving the useful information that you provide regularly. I am still using CS3, so you may have already made this change. I started with photoshop elements, and in elements there was a paint bucket on the side panel where you could just “pour” your color. I really liked that feature. Also, I liked the action panel where you could see what your photos looked like with a quick click…such as making it look like it was painted with water colors, or pencil sketch.

    Thanks,

    Laurie

  • By Rodrigo Angelo - 10:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations from Brazil! The Brazilian photographer’s are very happy with this 1-million fans and sure that there are much more than just 1 millon, it´s impossible to think about photography without PHOTOSHOP. Congratulations!

  • By Kristin Pribyla - 10:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on the 1 million mark! I LOVE Photoshop…the best ever!

  • By Ruth - 10:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    WOW! Contrats on this very important milestone!

  • By Aimee - 10:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    i would love built-in collage actions. and easier batch edit!

    congrats on 1mil fans!

  • By Kyle Rowden - 10:47 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    When people ask me(ACA) how to learn photoshop/graphic design, one of the first tips I say is become fans of Photoshop/Lightroom and Illustrator on Facebook/twitter. Thank you for all your help, and here is to another million strong!

  • By William - 10:47 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The only thing I can think of on how it could help me would be to make both a little less expensive. I have tried the trial version of lightroom, not yet for photoshop CS5, but for someone starting out in doing photography and editing it is a bit expensive to purchase especially when you have a family to support. I know a student and teacher version can be purchased if you are a student. However, if you are not it doesn’t help and if you want to use it for professional purpose it goes against the license for the product so you have to buy the non-student version at full cost. Again it you are starting out it is a bit expensive. Based off what I done with Lightroom 3 during the trial use, I am happy with the product since it seems to be easier to manage photos and now with the ability to add watermarks to them easier to protect your photos when up on social network site.

  • By Swiftman - 10:47 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on 1,000,000 fans! I’d love to win Photoshop and Lightroom!

  • By Bartley "Bartman" Harper - 10:47 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    One improvement I’d love to see is text flow between paragraph text frames a la InDesign. Otherwise I remain thrilled at the amazing enhancements with each new release. As a graphic designer, features like puppet-warp and content-aware fill allow me to perform increasingly complex and subtle edits, and I’m able to complete them in less time. It allows me to be more productive, which is handy (and financially rewarding) when it’s time for performance reviews.
    Getting more, better-quality work done in even less time = one happy camper – me.

  • By Lisa - 10:47 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I am just delving into photoshop through elements and its been fun and scary all at the same time…so I am not sure yet what could be done to improve the experience for me…but the more I learn, the more I love it :)

  • By Oso - 10:47 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Love photoshop!

  • By Liz Edwards - 10:47 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’ve been painting in Photoshop pretty much every day for the last 7yrs – it’s the one thing on my PC I can’t do without. I mean, I bought a tablet PC so I could have Photoshop on the go – I love it.

    As for an improvement, hmm. I’d just like to see more improvements to the brush system. CS5’s 3d brushes are pretty great and I love the variety of marks I can get, but I don’t know, they don’t seem to perform very well for me. I find myself working with the regular brushes all the time because of the lag, which is a shame.

  • By Lisa P - 10:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations PS , you have become not only my best friend, a reason for my success; but have changed the way a generation and those to come will view the world and recreate it. From a computer program to a noun, a verb an adverb your product continues to inspire the mind and ease the workload. Thank you!

  • By Holly - 10:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Way to go Adobe! Job well done!

  • By Heber - 10:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Make a version for Linux :)

  • By Alex Cirtan - 10:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The best software in the world reached 1 million fans!!! But I’m sure we are more out there! You just can’t live without PHOTOSHOP!

  • By Ophelia - 10:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on reaching 1 million! The one thing that will help me directly is if you can offer After Effects as part of the Design Premium Suite (although I know it can be added additionally or via Master Collection). I primarily use the programs in the Design Premium for illustration and design, but I also want the option for motion graphics/animation with After Effects. Thanks!

  • By Katie Lomax - 10:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Good Morning Photoshop! I envision an external piece of equipment that plugs into my head and can read the image that has been imagined and recreate that image in photoshop. I know it might be a little far fetched and quite possibly the wave of the future but I thought… what a great idea. It could happen! Thanks for all the tools and making working on a computer exciting and rewarding. Keep up the great work.

  • By Julie J. Moody - 10:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    some ppl read to relax; i relax & destress with photoshop! congrats on the milestone! i loves me some photoshop! thanks for all the tutes, tips & tricks! they rock!
    if you could do one thing just for me…make it more affordable!

  • By Elaine Hughes - 10:49 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I am just learning Photoshop and each new skill I master becomes so exciting. Thank you for creating such a wonderful product. I hear awesome things about Lightroom. I would be honored to win it (keeping my fingers crossed)and I would share my creations with the world!

    Oh, and congratulations on 1,000,000 fans . . . surely there are more than that!!! Thanks for all you do!

  • By Fiona - 10:49 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Happy 1 millionth!!! Although my odds are now 1 in a million, I hope I win. I use Photoshop and Lightroom every day and could really use an upgrade.

  • By Paul Sura - 10:49 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on hitting 1,000,000!

    As far as improvements go, I would suggest you continue to enhance the publishing options out of Lightroom.

  • By Sheila Danuser - 10:49 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’m still back in Elements so the upgade would be great. But the thiing I would love most is the ability to batch resize & save for web a complete file of both horiz. & vertical files. Maybe it’s there and I’m just missing it :)…still in the learning curve!!

  • By Scott - 10:50 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats.

    My suggestion: I’d pay more for LR if it had some of the more critical PS features for photographers. For PS, I feel like I’m paying a lot for design capabilities I have no interest in. PS tiers would work also, with potentially different license keys unlocking features.

  • By Rich Frollini - 10:50 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on the 1 millon mark.
    My improvement wish would be for Photoshop to have an enlargement function that equals Genuine Fractals.
    Winning CS5 and LR3 would be awesome as I am starting my venture into DSLR’s

  • By Hilda White - 10:50 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    One Million strong and growing, way to go Adobe!!

  • By Sue Laprade - 10:50 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Love, Love, Love PS. I like everything about it – I am always learning something new on it! I cannot think of something to add or change – I would just like to upgrade so I might learn more!

  • By Diana - 10:50 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    “If we could make one improvement to Photoshop specifically for YOU, what would it be?”
    Make it easier to navigate and/or lower the price!! I love Photoshop but I have only had the opportunity to use it at school for free and to use the trial version. I just got introduced to Lightroom and I LOVE IT! It’s so much easier. I still need Photoshop but I need to learn more how to use it so that it doesn’t take me a whole day to edit a photo!

  • By Mark - 10:50 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on reaching the million mark! Really like the information and updates I can get from Facebook For CS5. Keep up the great work; it makes my work a lot easier and quicker.

  • By R Mark Davis - 10:50 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on the million!!

  • By Josh Bollman - 10:50 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Dear Adobe,

    I love you guys. Your quality, software, and people are outstanding. If there would be one change you guys could make specifically for me, it would be a simple one. There are many days I use the filter gallery but can’t access EVERY filter in the filter menu and therefore end up closing it out. That one change? To incorporate the rest of the filters (I know this is possible, after all you guys are Adobe) within the gallery so I can easily apply them (without applying one, exit, apply the next, re-open the gallery, etc.) I can honestly say the rest of Photoshop is almost flawless. Every feature I use is easy to access, simple to adjust, and fun to play with. Keep up the amazing work and some day I hope to visit you guys out in CA! :) That would be a dream come true!

    Sincerely,
    Josh

  • By gabriel - 10:51 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    i a novice in photoshop so that iwant to learn more…photoshop u rock…

  • By Stella Paeglow - 10:51 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on 1 million! I’m a newbie with Elements but I’m anxious to work with the real deal Photoshop and Lightroom!

  • By Deb - 10:51 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    You guys are awesome!

  • By Martin Larsson - 10:52 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would really like to have the profiles for my pentax lenses added in lightroom!

  • By Carrie - 10:52 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    not much I can think of to make it better, I LOVE photoshop and can’t imagine life without it! Can you figure out a way to create a photoshop mirror so I can clone out zits and dark circles in the morning.. that would be SWEET!

  • By Essie P Graham - 10:53 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I LOVE PHOTOSHOP!!!! cOOL!!!!

  • By Russell Deviney - 10:53 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats Photoshop! I was looking though my old software the other day and came accross my photoshop 1.0 diskettes… I put them in a safe place, can’t believe how many versions we have go through and how far it has come. Have a creative day!

  • By Kate Frey - 10:54 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations. And thank you, for consistently developing the software and providing such an amazing array of tools so that artists and photographers can express themselves in increasingly creative ways. I’m currently a student and falling in love with the programs! Lightroom is a life saver and Photoshop/ Illustrator are such a wealth of tools, the possibilities are truely endless! I can’t wait to try CS5 and Lightroom 3.

  • By Juan Molina - 10:54 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations!!

    Thanks for posting tutorials in facebook! :)

  • By Jen - 10:54 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Nothing…I think CS5 Rocks!

  • By Piotr Korolewski - 10:54 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Once, I was very surprised that the show are new versions of Photoshop. Prompted the question: what can still be improved in such a good program? Today I am still surprised by new possibilities of the program, and the answer is simple – like in the movie neverending story – fantasy has no limits, so just look at what else might happen!

  • By Adam - 10:55 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Thank you Photoshop team! You make my art and photography worth viewing!

  • By Michaela Müller - 10:55 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulation! ^__^
    an improvment especially for me… that would be (don´t know the english words. and don´t know if it changed in CS5)
    if I ad more brush-nibs to the list (wich I get with right-klick) I can ad the same brushes again and again. I would prefer it would tell me “Hey, you already got these brushes in the list!”

  • By Jeff Randleman - 10:55 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    One million and one! Congrat on the milestone. Feel free to pick me as a winner!

  • By Mark - 10:55 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Simple…….there is no substitute.

  • By Tammy Doriot - 10:55 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Whoop-Whoop :) Congratulations on hitting 1 Million Fans. Let the party begin. While I love my Photoshop, I really would love an upgrade to the newest version. Always so much to learn and not enough hours in the day!

  • By Julie S - 10:55 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations! It’s tough to think of any more improvements to Photoshop. If I have to choose something, I’d like to see more slideshow options (music, timing, etc) so I don’t have to use third-party options. I know that LR has this feature, does that mean that PS might add it too?

  • By jeff frank - 10:56 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Here’s to the second million! Congratulations to all!

  • By Cindy T. - 10:56 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The one change to Photoshop I would ask for is to be able to switch back and forth between my computers without licensing being an issue.

  • By Brandy - 10:56 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I have been moving around a lot and have finally been able to play around on cs3 so honestly right now I dont know of anything that I would like to be improved. I do know that I LOVE photoshop and yay for 1 million fans!

  • By Jessica - 10:56 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Love you guys! Keep the tutorials coming!

  • By Sean - 10:56 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats! For the one improvement I have noticed lately is that when using the magic selection tool, that there was a way to select one section, then maybe hold down control/cmd. and then be able to select another selection all on the same layer, and the same photo. without the two selections conjoining together for one large selection. Kind of like when you select files individually on the computer, you hold down the control/cmd button and can select them individually, while the previous file is still selected.

    That would help me out quite a bit.

  • By Mateja - 10:56 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    YEH 1milion !!
    Not bad, but still, adobe deserves more !!

  • By cheri - 10:56 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I could use a great noise reducer for those times when I need to use a high ISO.

    congrats on reaching 1,000,000!

  • By K. Patten - 10:57 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    A Million Thank You’s for the tools to be creative!

  • By Diana Gordon - 10:57 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    2001 I graduated from a film and photography school. I was working with Photoshop 6.0 and I thought I was the most high tech and picture manipulating person on earth!!:-) Well things change and instead of turning into a famous photographer I turned into a mother of my 4 superstars! long story short. 2010 I was wondering what version Photoshop has out at the moment. Maybe Photoshop 14.0….? After educating myself and downloading a trial version of the famous CS5 I am in awww. If I could tell you what I would improve I would already obtain a copy and wouldn’t be in need of Photoshop and Lightroom. Improvement means to increase in value or in excellence of quality. hmmmm you guys set a pretty high standard. I think I have to work with your software a little longer to give you a detailed answer! much appreciation.

  • By Kim - 10:57 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats… well deserved. I would love to see RAW images workable with actions, etc right from the start to eliminate the extended process of ACR adjustments, converting and adjusting again. Another would be layers available in ACR (using CS4) to improve workflow and productivity for photo professionals using RAW images. Thanks much!

  • By Melodi - 10:57 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on the 1 million fans… what an amazing feet!

  • By jason - 10:57 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    gotta love the Photoshop Fan page on Facebook….not to mention the useful informations videos!! Thanks Adobe :)

  • By Tiffany - 10:57 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I LOVE Photoshop! The only thing I would like to see improved is the loading time. Otherwise, it is great the way it is! Congrats on the 1 million fans!

  • By Ellie Kingsley - 10:57 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love your software. I have an older version, I would def love to get a newer one! ONE MILLION FANS!! thats totally AWESOME!!

  • By Xiomara - 10:57 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I ♥ photoshop but I am currently using Adobe Photoshop 6.0. (yikes! I know!)Yet that is how broke I am- I have never upgraded. So for me an improvement would be to make it more affordable.

  • By Nancy Sauer - 10:57 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Sweet I could use it for staring my business!!!!

  • By Will Rasberry - 10:58 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

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    Hello!

    I’d recommend changing the file size capability for Photoshop CS5.x — I think the limit for PSD files is 2 GB? I’d like to see support for larger PSD file size values in the future.

    Thanks! And Congrats!

    -Will

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  • By Ingy Shafique - 10:59 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    im a creative designer at a graphic company…
    which means photoshop…illustrator…flash…premier…after effect…soundbooth are my career
    i get them at my company.
    but i wish the master collection could be more affordable to get one for my freelancing use.. i love designing :)

    the best thing to have added for me on a photo shop version…
    a help link on each item in each dropdown menu and each option on the photoshop maybe in a pop up small window
    … explaining in brief how and when this option is used in a 1-2-3 steps
    exactly like in illustrator for the “live paint bucket” tool
    i wish to find that kind of help with the rest of tools, masks, adjustments, effects and every thing..
    maybe short vedio tutorials as to show why does every option exist to get the main idea for these options.. and the best use for it..
    photoshop and all the adobe products are my life… period

  • By Brad Harr - 10:59 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    An improvement I would like for my use would be a tool which helps with selection of an object within a photo. For instance, when I select an object within a photo using the lasso or marquee tools, my selection is sometime off where I want it to be. This occurs especially in portraits when working with hair and trying to select around
    The hair. My tool would allow for easier selection on small details such as hair strands. Congrats on 1,000,000!

  • By Joy Hamilton - 10:59 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats! and THANKS!

  • By Patti - 10:59 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations!!!

  • By Terry Farnell - 10:59 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on your million. Photoshop has revitalised photography and changed our way of working. It’s been a revolution and a revelation.

  • By Trisha Henning - 11:00 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    MORE brush styles& cutter tool shapes. PHOTOSHOP ROCKS!

  • By John - 11:00 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    1,000,000, awesome! Well, considering I’m still on Photoshop 7…I may be a little behind the times here. I would like to see an “export to…” function. Export to Flickr, WordPress, Tumblr, etc.

    Also, maybe include the print publishing tools that I understand are bundled with Lightroom. I wold love to be able to create a nice photo book directly from Photoshop.

    Thanks for the opportunity!

  • By Kerri Turner - 11:00 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    LOVE Photoshop! Happy One Million then some…..!

  • By Brenton Reynolds - 11:00 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats! Love the product!

  • By Michael - 11:00 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Make it cheaper! lol

  • By Tomislav Levanic - 11:01 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    CONGRATULATION!!!!!! See You in another milion :)

  • By Kelly - 11:01 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats! You guys really deserve it. Photoshop has made my life a lot more interesting and fun. Photomanipulation has become one of my main hobbies!

    If you could make it any better…I would just say to make it cheaper xD

  • By Terry - 11:01 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I want to see HDR improved to get every bit of shadow/highlight detail out of a straight photo, and a really good, easier way to profile lenses that aren’t necessarily just the high end cameras makers’ lenses.

  • By Kenneth - 11:01 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Wow thats amazing! Love your work!

  • By J Ollett - 11:01 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Hard to imagine digital photography without photoshop, keep it up

  • By Don - 11:01 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love PS Products. I currently am using PSE 8 and still learning my way around, but, I sure would love a copy of CS5 (or current) or Lightroom.

  • By Davidvb - 11:01 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    When I go home after work I miss Photoshop!
    Thanks for that and Congratulations Adobe!!! :)

  • By Jivana Wilhoit - 11:01 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations!! that’s a lot of fans but not surprising, photoshop is the best :) An improvement… Make Camera Raw separate from Photoshop.

  • By G. Altamirano - 11:02 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    One way you could make one improvement to Photoshop specifically for ME, would be to add an “Automatic Resizing Button” each for the various major social networking sites.

  • By Jo Bolton - 11:02 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations to all you Photoshoppers!! You make it Easy! Can you make the CS series more affordable for us impoverished people? Thanks – Love ya!!

  • By Bill Boes - 11:02 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Happy to see the 1,000,000 passed and heres to millions more to join

  • By Jessica F - 11:02 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    First off, congratulations on such a superior product and on having 1 million Facebook fans!! Awesome!! To answer your question, first off I haven’t used my Photoshop in a while due to some computer issues and the fact that I could REALLY use an upgrade (I’m still working with CS3!!) So for me, the latest version and some great tutorials is what I need!

  • By Rebecca A. - 11:02 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I could definitely use lightroom for my photography! I love Photo Shop and all of the great things that can be done with it.

  • By Megan Johns - 11:02 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats! What a great way to work on product improvement. I would love for soft proofing to be easier. Maybe with a way for print labs to become a more integral part of the editing process.

  • By Esther - 11:03 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Hi, Photoshop folks! I love the way you interact now with PS users, that’s great! One thing I would love to have is a better way to view and keep brushes organised. I would love to make groups with them and delete them one by one or as a group with one click or push of a button.
    But I love Photoshop A LOT!!! :)

  • By Buck - 11:03 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love Photoshop! I am still a newbie to most of it and am trying to teach myself. So I would have to say the one thing I would improve would be adding some “how to guides” or videos built in. Trying to find good free how to guides is a pain at times.

  • By Teena - 11:03 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on 1 million fans! An improvment specifically for ME? I already create actions for frequent tasks. There may already be a way to do this, but I just don’t know how, but I would love a way to automatically restore an old photo, rather than zooming in up close and using the clone stamp to fill in scratches, etc… I would LOVE to win a copy of PhotoShop AND Lightroom!!!

  • By Anne - 11:03 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I am addicted to Photoshop, thank you guys, the best addiction ever :-)
    The one thing you could change for me, make my pc Photoshop version useable for a MAC!

  • By Max - 11:03 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’ll echo previous sentiments about cost and would offer a wish for even greater integration between Photosho and Lightroom. Keep up the good work!!

  • By Ingy Shafique - 11:03 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    congrats on the 1 million fans on face book 😀
    who would use photoshop and wont fall in love with digital art and ofcourse become a fan!! :)

  • By shirley king - 11:03 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    the photoshop products have changed my life .I knew what i wanted to do but didnt have a clue how to do it until i used photoshop ,ive used the elements that came with my camera i was intoduced to photoshop that way ,i loved this product .Then s friend gave me Photoshop cs3 and wow , i loved it eevn more .Now ive tried lightroom and im in love again .I dont think id want to work without ur products now that ive had the privlidge of useing them . Thanks keep em comming !

  • By Pavel Hilser - 11:03 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    My random congrats message :)

  • By Sybille - 11:04 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations! If I could have one tool it would be improved masks. I’d like to be able to do more with masks – feather them, apply filters etc.

  • By Alicia Quintanar - 11:04 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on this milestone!!

    If Photoshop could make one improvement specifically for ME, it would be to add a selective color adjustment layer for Photoshop ELEMENTS. I can’t afford CS and feel like I’m missing some really important tools. Curves, selective color, and CMYK…

    I hope I win!!

  • By Vivian - 11:04 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Thanks for such great software!

  • By Tamara Shurling - 11:04 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats! Looking forward to learning more from fellow users!

  • By Nathan Deveza - 11:04 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I use Lightroom as a Freelance Photographer and could you combine some tools from Photoshop to the Lightroom? (i use photoshop for some more little adjustments and to put my “watermark” or my “signature”). And why not make a portable “FULL” version of both Photoshop & Lightroom because not all of has have plenty of money to buy new hard drives (my laptop is only 60GB and my external HDD is only 160GB and both are almost full). Thanks again to you guys! More power, more creativity!

  • By Megan Garrison - 11:04 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    If you could improve one thing about photoshop for ME it would be that if a client purchased photoshop within a year and during that time there were an upgrade to photoshop, if their computer crashed they would be able to get another copy without paying for the upgraded price. Or that one could just upgrade photoshop and not have to upgrade the entire suite. Just a personal annoyance that I recently had to encounter!

  • By Cheryl - 11:04 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I think I NEED Photoshop after reading the comments from everyone :)

  • By Laura Means - 11:04 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on 1 Million fans! If I could have one improvement in Photoshop, I would make the brush tool in Liquify able to be used at larger sizes. Also, when using the brackets on the keyboard to change the brush size in Liquify, they scroll extremely slow, they are not fast like in the normal editing window.

  • By Allan - 11:05 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Showing my daughter-in-law how photoshop works and the new content aware features.

  • By Heather - 11:05 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I absolutely love Photoshop!! I really would like to get Lightroom as well! I would say if there was one thing that I would love to have changed it would be a different skin smoothing tool. One that will run on the entire photo and smooth out skin tones and blemishes more easily in a one-step process without cloning or healing certain areas.

  • By Meera - 11:05 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Make it easier to batch watermark with a logo and add position transformation to them.

  • By Charlie Young - 11:06 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    CONGRATULATIONS! In keeping with the common theme of celebrating Photoshop and Facebook. Two of the worlds greatest forces, I submit my request that you add a quick upload icon/option so that you may immediately upload an image through photoshop into Facebook…..or other social media. Adobe products are so phenomenal and have got there by your ability to listen to us, the consumer and through brilliant hard work and dedication put it to the products that drive our businesses. You thanking us makes sense because of the culture your business radiates but, it’s no surprise to me that you all have reached 1,000,000 fans strong. I hope you take time to be proud of yourselves and thank one another for all of your hard work because ultimately YOU are the ones that make this happen. THANK YOU and CONGRATULATIONS!

  • By liynda - 11:06 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    1 milion thanks from Romania. I’m just a beginner, but after I took some lessons and graduate a Photoshop course I’ve started to work with Photoshop. These tutorials are very easy to understand and very usefull. Thanks.

  • By Athena - 11:06 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I Love my Photoshop! And I’ve heard Lightroom is awesome, but I haven’t made that leap yet. One improvement… most everything that I need is there, but I saw something about an auto save. That would be great! And possibly a Filter that I could run that would just majically make me know how to use ever feature in Photoshop! LOL! Well, I can dream anyway! :)

  • By Davidvb - 11:06 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    A feature I would give a kidney for is to have CSS for text and browser like text rendering right within Photoshop! That way my web-app designs resemble the final much better which will make discussions with clients easier as well. This is my dream..

  • By caroline - 11:06 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I am a second generation user. I still remember the first time I sat in the computer lab with my mom, watching her use test the program before it was released. Thank you Adobe! You changed the world.

  • By Christy Martin - 11:07 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    One improvement specifially for me would be some built in actions for children’s and Senior portraits. I am new to the photography business (and would LOVE to win!), and some built in actions would make the learning process easier. Thanks and congrats!

  • By Cheryl - 11:07 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Love PS, since v.2.5! One improvement… I shoot RAW photos underwater, often without a strobe. The white balance tool in RAW is awesome in adjusting overly-blue photos, but I have to manually choose the area to adjust to… an action or other automated way to adjust batches of photos in RAW format would be fabulous!
    Thanks for the awesome tool!

  • By Katie Boggs - 11:08 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    More integration between Photoshop, Lightroom and Dreamweaver would be awesome. Congrats on reaching the 1M fan mark!

  • By Przemek - 11:08 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop – the best darkroom of digital age :)

  • By strider - 11:08 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    “If we could make one improvement to Photoshop specifically for YOU, what would it be?”
    Gradient tool similar to the one in Illustrator ( with the slider for controlling the gradient)

  • By weegieschemie - 11:08 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    By looking at what people can produce with Photoshop, it’s not the product that needs improving!
    It’s me that needs it!!
    Possibly what would help some is that it could be cheaper and therefore accessible to even more talent!!!

  • By Elizabeth Moore - 11:08 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Thank you so much for such creative software. Although I’m still learning to use my Lightroom 3 I’m truly enjoying the process.
    Congrats !!!! It would be wonderful to win Photoshop and have the opportunity to learn it as well

  • By Andree Caron - 11:08 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    That is an awesome acheivment! 1 000 000 fans. Woah. Could not live without photoshop for my work. Others are just a pale imitation!

  • By Terri Brosnan - 11:08 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats to you all @ Photoshop/Lightroom, the only thing I would change would be to make it more affordable for small businesses. Loved it with my former employer, but having gone out on my own am too impoverished to afford it:-( Have had to use other products 😛 Thanks.

  • By Tatiana Avdjiev - 11:09 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Love Photoshop! I wouldn’t be able to work with images with it. Congratulations!

  • By Dan - 11:09 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations!! Thanks for all the terrific help, tips, and tricks! Keep up the good work!

  • By Alex - 11:09 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats Photoshop:)and big thank you!

  • By Sherwin Atienza - 11:09 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations Photoshop!!!! Well as for me as a photoshop user i wish we could have a much powerful text tool as it does with illustrator cause sometimes its very difficult and time consuming when you just have to align your text on a specific shape or position…. that’s alll thankx

  • By ChristianP - 11:09 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    1.000.000 congrats!!!!!,
    I LoVe PhOtOsHOp
    NeXT StOp 2.000.000
    Been there,
    Done it,
    Doing it 2morrow!!

  • By Judy - 11:09 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats! This is cool but I already have CS5. Maybe an extra copy would be nice though.

  • By strider - 11:09 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    “If we could make one improvement to Photoshop specifically for YOU, what would it be?”
    Gradient tool similar to the one in Illustrator CS4 ( with the slider for controlling the gradient)

  • By Maia - 11:10 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would ask for an even better noise reduction tool that would make the image noiseless AND crisp 😛

  • By shirley reeve - 11:10 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Hi there!
    I would love two things! two brushes palettes so I can swap from one brush to another with the option of painting with patterns

    and can we have a more user friendly interface :)

    Secondly, I would like a plug-in foot pedal so i could use my foot and my hands to control photoshop! :)

    Other than that – totally fab prog and I’m so addicted to it!

    Thank you

    S. Reeve

  • By SteveA - 11:10 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Almost as many comments as you have fans! Actions and ways to batch adjust would sure be great!

  • By Sarah H. - 11:10 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on the 1,000,000 fans 😀 ! You guys deserve it!

  • By Rana - 11:10 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    This is awesome! Congrats Adobe!!!

  • By Pauline Picotte - 11:10 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on reaching the million mark Adobe Staff & Personel.
    Way to go and do not stop, soon you will reach 2 million.
    Love you guys.
    Pauline

  • By Mark Plonsky - 11:10 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’d like some to be able to customize the a toolbar with my most used tools. For example, I would like to put the burn, dodge and sponge tools on seperate icons for quicker access.

  • By Jeff Simmons - 11:11 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’m so overdue for an upgrade. Thanks and let’s get to that 2,000,000 mark. Congrats!

  • By Brian Fisher - 11:11 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’ve been using Photoshop for 10 years, I could really use the latest version!

  • By Sabrina Stone - 11:11 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    This would be amazing to win…. considering I’ve never won anything a day in my life….lol

  • By Stacie Morris - 11:11 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats Adobe!

  • By eksit - 11:11 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    HI.i would be really lucky if get the photoshop because i really need it and i cant affort it

  • By Bill Wolfson - 11:12 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Thanks for a fun Facebook page and a great piece of software. If there’s one improvement that would be helpful to me, it weould be a new tool or algorithm to more easily adjust depth of field in photographs.

  • By Kim Johnson - 11:12 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Thank you Photoshop! I only have Elements at this time, but I couldn’t live without it! Photoshop allows all of us to do some touching up on our photos, inclusing the portraits, and go back in time…looking 10 years younger!

  • By Danie West - 11:12 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop is awesomesauce. I’ve been using it for years on both mac and pc formats, for everything from photography, to painting, to 3d modeling cleanup.

  • By Tracy - 11:12 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on your 1 million fans!!!
    I love your product, it makes my life so much easier!!

  • By Jan Goldberg - 11:12 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on 1 million fans! I love Photoshop and can’t imagine living without it!! If I could make one improvement, it would be to include a more powerful noise reduction tool. I have to use a plug-in to remove noise from my high-iso photos.

  • By Sergio Silva - 11:12 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats!

    Err.. And I hope to win! xD

  • By Sharon Wall - 11:13 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I thought of another feature I’d like in Photoshop: The ability to see something on the artboard. Maybe this could be switched on and off, ’cause I think it could also be distracting. But often I’d like to see the portion of an oversized photo that’s hanging over the edge, or be able to stick something off to the side where it’s not in the main image area, and I don’t have to turn layer visibility off to hide it, but I can still see what it is. LOL— you could call that feature “messy desk!”

  • By LEANNA HOUSER - 11:13 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    amazing!! I DREAM IN LAYERS!!

  • By Elizabeth Moore - 11:13 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The one improvement I would like would be the guided editing in Lightroom & Photoshop such as in Elements to more quickly get you ‘knowing the ropes’ .
    Thank you again for this wonderful software . Congrats on this recent achievement!

  • By Judi Back - 11:13 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I absolutely love Photoshop and am desperately in the market for Lightroom at this time. As for improvements, I would feel foolish leaving a comment as I am sure that whatever I say is likely already in Photoshop and I have just not discovered it yet. But I would say that I have had difficulty finding things in the help section. While the content is very helpful once I find it, the search option does not easily bring me to the content. So I would say if you found a way to allow content to be located easier perhaps with more tag words associated with content matter that may help.

  • By Dawn - 11:14 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I know that I don’t use Photoshop to it’s greatest potential, so I don’t know how you could add anything specifically for me – except maybe write a fully detailed, 4000+ page user’s manual! lol! I truly love it though – and the more I learn the more I love the program. Congratulations on 1 million fans!

  • By Toni Moore - 11:14 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Could I live without Photoshop? yes. Would I want to? NO!

  • By Tamara Adams - 11:14 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    As a photographer, I’m always looking for new ways to create with my photography. I’ve watched friends as they created incredible masterpieces while using Photoshop…I long to have the know how to be able to create in the same way…but as I get my photography business started, I am doing my best to keep expenses down, which prevents me from purchasing Photoshop or taking the classes so that I know what I am doing while using it. To be able to win a copy of Photoshop and Lightroom, would be a huge blessing. Congrats on going over 1 million fans.

  • By Lee Fortier - 11:14 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Who knew? 1 Million fans! WOW.

  • By Lynn Wehr - 11:15 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations for making it to 1 million. I love love love Photoshop and would be ecstatic to be able to use the newest version.

  • By Cassie Martin - 11:15 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Wow, this would be fun to win since I need to upgrade to the full version. What would I improve… considering I only have elements now, I would like to be able to make actions in elements! But if I win, I won’t need to worry about that :0)

  • By shirley king - 11:15 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    the photoshop products have changed my life .I knew what i wanted to do but didnt have a clue how to do it until i used photoshop ,ive used the elements that came with my camera i was intoduced to photoshop that way ,i loved this product .Then s friend gave me Photoshop cs3 and wow , i loved it eevn more .Now ive tried lightroom and im in love again .I dont think id want to work without ur products now that ive had the privlidge of useing them .I just tried the new things in elements 9 ,nice !The thing that copies the style ,i like that ! Thanks keep em comming !

  • By Luciana - 11:15 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Have been with photoshop since version 7 and love it! need to upgrade to CS5!

  • By Angela Smith - 11:15 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    YAY!!!! Congrats Love photoshop!!!! AWESOME!!!! Hope I win :)

  • By Aseel - 11:15 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats!!! I would love to see PS have a one-click or command for finding middle and offset values. Also guides/measures attached to select and crop tools would be very helpful. Hope they are in CS5 which I am yet to upgrade to.

  • By Larry - 11:16 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats!!
    I’m a loyal Elements user hoping to one day upgrade to Photoshop, till then I’m still amazed everytime I use Elements at when I can do!
    I’m sure Photoshop would blow me away!!
    Keep up the wonderful photo enhancement innovations!!

  • By Robert Willis - 11:16 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I have CS3 and love it. Can’t afford CS5, but I’ve seen it in action and love it.

  • By Dave - 11:16 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    It would be great to win new photoshop! Or lightroom, I hear it’s great but have yet to use it.

  • By Valerie Defoy - 11:16 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love Photoshop! I’ve been using it for 5 years at school, at work, and at home!

  • By Jakub Okonski - 11:16 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on reaching the 1M fan mark! I work with Photoshop since I can remember. This is one of a hell good piece of soft. Keep it that way. :)

  • By Ingy Shafique - 11:16 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

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  • By Jennifer Dworek - 11:17 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Super Cool! This is awesome! One thing I would improve…hmm that’s a tough one since I haven’t figured it all out yet!

  • By Kay Taylor - 11:17 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on making 1 million!!! It looks like most of them have posted before me!

  • By David - 11:17 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    PS LR team ROCKS!!!!!! THANKS
    DJ

  • By Franni - 11:17 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    OMG XD so many comments :DD great work
    i already worked with cs5 its great, but it was complicated to get the scanner-twain ;P

  • By jason harker - 11:18 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    congrats. awesome work

  • By Phillip Meister - 11:18 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Hey Photoshop!
    Photoshop is the best program I’ve ever get. I could not live without Photoshop.
    But, it could be a little bit cheaper 😉
    It’s all!

    Thanks,
    Phil

  • By Amber - 11:18 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Conratulations Adobe! Would love to try out Lightroom!

  • By Laura Czel - 11:19 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Your page is the only one that I can say that I really can follow. Thanks and keep up the good work.

  • By Maureen Pet - 11:19 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I adore Photoshop- have not upgraded from CS3 but love the great new features of CS5-
    Congratulations!

  • By Paul - 11:19 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations!

  • By Dru Stefan Stone - 11:19 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I drool over the capabilities of Photoshop but enjoy the less expensive version PSE and Lightroom. So happy to see the number of people who actually use this worldwide. I am amazed!

  • By Natalie - 11:19 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Fantastic! I’m still limping along with CS2, and am looking forward to upgrading my photoshop soon. I’ll also be buying a PC version for my 9yo to learn how to use it – she wants to learn photography and she’s always interested in how I edit photos with photoshop. :)

  • By Oliver - 11:19 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Thanks for the amazing software! Maybe it could be little cheaper? I have to save money for couople of months to get second hand CS2. Now I’m saving money to upgrade. CS5 have many new features that will help my work a lot :)

  • By Gilad K - 11:19 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    One of the things that amazes me about photoshop and the CS series is how much better, more useful and more accurate these products get with each new version, I love the Facebook entries and even though I’m an advanced user, it’s nice to be able to see how others use them. I’d be happy to see new easier ways to integrate PS/LR galleries into dreamweaver website I designs.

  • By Christie Lewis - 11:19 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats to Photoshop! I would like to see a little more guided help in Photoshop. I have Elements and am saving up for Photoshop and Lightroom but when I have used CS5 I need a little more guided help. I’m sure that once I get used to the program and all its bells and whistles that I may need the guided help that maybe it could be turned off or an option. It is hard to think of improvments since the software is so awesome!

  • By Ea - 11:20 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’ve been using Photoshop since version 3 and loving it (-:
    Congrats on reaching 1 Million fans!

  • By Candy - 11:20 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would love to have more filters in Photoshop. Thanks!

  • By David - 11:20 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’d like a wider selection of filers that actually come with Photoshop, so we don’t have to find freebies or buy online.

  • By Teri Pozniak - 11:20 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    CONGRATS GUYS!!
    smooches
    …teri [a longtime user] :)

  • By Steve Eveleigh - 11:20 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Only the best deserve so many fans! Well done and congratulations!

  • By José Prado - 11:21 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations and let’s fix a new 2 Million target :)
    I´d love a easy process to HDR images, and license for more than one machine.
    Last but not the least, a less expensive price. (I know it’s the better ever software but…)!

  • By Gordon Martin - 11:21 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    When you are the best in the industry, its not surprising that so many people want to be associated with you. Happy millionth and congrats

  • By Kristy - 11:22 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on so many fans, I love Photoshop. One improvement you could make, that I would like to see would be to be able to make it easier to make .gifs in the-bit version other than that I love the program

  • By Matt Dees - 11:22 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    As someone already said, being able to undo partial brush strokes would be pretty sweet. Otherwise if I could paint directly with my thoughts that would be nice as well ;P Love the product keep it up.

  • By Jimi1985 - 11:22 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    One improvement for me? Maybe you can allow users (Me) to give at start when loading their (my) photo? 😀 It will be nice…

  • By Sarah - 11:22 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    You guys deserve your millions of fans I hope they flock to you… if I could make a change it would be one step publishing to Facebook or flicker. The only other change I can think of is placing tutorials on the disk so if I am away from.the internet I can still accomplished my goals.

  • By milkberry - 11:22 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    i can’t imagine life without photoshop. loves it!

  • By Sarah - 11:23 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    love, love, love photoshop! would love the opportunity to upgrade too! currently using LR2 and CS2. one improvement to Photoshop specifically for ME would be to have more room in the history queue. it seems whenever i want to go back, i need to go farther than available and become frustrated when i need to start from scratch.

  • By Tara Gates - 11:23 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I wish I could answer this question, but right now I am saving up to purchase photo shop! I’d love to be one of the 5 selected people to win this- it would be a dream come true! When i had my daughter i decided that not going back to teaching was the best thing for my family, and I have had to budget our lifestyle. I have picked up the hobby of taking pictures, and one day I hope to own a version of Photoshop!

    Congrats on the 1 Million Fans on Facebook!!

  • By BBD - 11:24 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    PS makes my dreams come true, and helps me make others dreams come true.

  • By Graham Gilmore - 11:24 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Photoshop is by far the most superior image editing software ever created, long live Adobe!!

  • By Shantel - 11:25 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratsss!!!!!!! You guys are amazing!!!! Only wish it was a little cheaper, but then again its so amazing I understand why its not. : )

  • By Barry Gilbert - 11:25 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    All I can ask is you continue to do as you are with your photographic software.
    Although if you followed Microsoft’s lead regarding pricing with a home & students version of photoshop CS* please dont say use the Photoshop elements software it isnt in the same league as the proper software (I have a few ideas how you might make this an extremely profitable venture for Adobe) even more people would/could become legitimate owners of your products, making it even more popular and helping your userbase at the same time as making a viable commercial decision.
    I know you have a whole marketing division however if you are interested in hearing the ideas of some of your enthusiasts I for one would love to contribute.
    Regards and congratulations – Barry

  • By Nichol - 11:25 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on 1 Mil! That’s huge:)

  • By Kim Barter - 11:26 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Love PS

  • By Clemens - 11:26 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    1 million yeahhhhh! hope there will 1 million more!

  • By M Mohsin - 11:26 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations!

    One change only for me would be anything that flatters my wife and let her allow me to be on PS even more :)

    PS Rocks!!!

    – Mohsin

  • By Matias - 11:27 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    aguante adobe!!!!

  • By Filip - 11:27 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations! Next weeks PS will have 2000000 fans… I know it!

  • By Giovanni Numpaque - 11:27 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations!!! in order to improve photoshop for me maybe have and window to find tutorials online or refrence of arwork for me it will be awesome in order to improve my work
    thankyou

  • By Matt M. - 11:28 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    <3 Photoshop.

  • By Natalie - 11:28 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on the best program in the world!

  • By Robert "Bobby" Burns - 11:28 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on 1,000,000 fans! I currently use PS5 and have not used Lightroom but would be willing to try (with a free copy) or Extended PS5!

  • By Aileen Broaddus - 11:28 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I started with Photoshop 7 and am up to CS4 now. It is totally amazing all the improvements you can make on a good thing. Keep it up.

  • By San P - 11:29 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Happy 1 Millionth Likes !!!!!!

  • By Andrej - 11:29 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Hi,

    First congratulation for 1 Million fans and really great work. I would like to have face detection tool in bridge and lightroom.

  • By Karina Van Bogelen - 11:29 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    the one improvement i’d make for photoshop would be to make it more afordable so i could buy it! :)

  • By Trevor - 11:30 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Happy 1 million+ fans. thanks for tutorials. B-)

  • By suhail bukhari - 11:30 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    PHOTOSHOP PHOTOSHOP, I LOVE TO MAKE THE PHOTOS CROP,
    LIGHTROOM LIGHTROOM, U HAVE MADE MY PHOTOS TO GROOM.

  • By Matthew Neve - 11:30 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats fro reaching 1 million,

    If you were to change one thing for me it would be 1 click background changing, (even though your not far from this with your intelligent masking tool) this would make my life soooo much easier,

    Maybe one day this will come

    Congratulations!!!

  • By Amanda - 11:30 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats! Your million + following shows that the products are awesome!
    One thing on my list is frequently used toolbar so I have what I use all the time in one spot.

  • By Erin - 11:31 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats! I love Photoshop!!! THANK YOU!!! And Congrats! <3

  • By Cynthia - 11:31 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats!!! What a huge number! And growing fast!

  • By Filip - 11:31 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    “If we could make one improvement to Photoshop specifically for YOU, what would it be?” hmmm… I don’t need nothing more than I have in PS! Great softwere!

  • By Jan J Lucas - 11:31 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats! The one change I would like would be easier copyrighting and watermarking that would be very difficult/impossible to content-fill or clone out.
    Thanks, Jan

  • By Mike Davis - 11:31 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I have upgraded Photoshop since back with version 5.5. It is an indispensable tool that has an easy interface for simple tasks but enables lots of options for creativity. Upgrade costs are getting more difficult now that I am retired, so I may have to begin skipping versions. Too bad there isn’t a senior citizen’s discount.

  • By SUE SMITH - 11:31 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    All I ask is that you keep on getting better and better. Who could ask for more.

  • By StefanK - 11:32 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Sweet, congrats!
    Some small changes that I would like to see is image/canvas size in the right-click menu of an image tab. I would also like to be able to copy a layer by drag’n’dropping it on the destination image tab.

  • By Jim Moss - 11:32 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I don’t know what I’d do without Photoshop. Keep it coming!

  • By KAL - 11:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    A good job from you Adobe folks is rewarded by this huge marker! Well done guys (& girls)!

  • By Avril Jones - 11:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    That’s a really nice message, and congrats on gaining a million fans!

    Based on a tedious job I’ve had to do this week, a function that would have been incredibly welcome in Lightroom/Photoshop/Bridge is the ability to change the date/time stamp on a batch of photos by the same amount. My second shooter at a wedding had the wrong time on his camera, so I’ve had to manually add 55 mins and 30 seconds to the create times on all his shots in order to review all of his and my pics in chronological sequence.

    If someone tells me it’s already there and I just couldn’t find it, I’m going to kick myself *so* hard! I don’t know if it’s already in LR3 as I haven’t bought that yet, so this would be a perfect time to win it.

  • By Soukthachone Vilaysack - 11:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    One change I would like to see is a customizable UI that allows me to change the colors around to tailor to my “mood”.

  • By Kanbama - 11:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats, I hope you have enjoyed growing the Facebook page as much as I have enjoyed growing my knowledge of Photoshop.

    Here’s to a long frendship.
    James

  • By Elena - 11:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    AwesomE… Congrats!

    Photoshop is an amazing software!

  • By Jeff Petrie - 11:33 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Hi Photoshop. Congrats on 1 million!! I love the facebook updates from Photoshop. The articles and tutorials are really informative and have continued to give me new skills each time. Knowledge is power in today’s economy, and Photoshop continue to be empowering even after all these years!! Thanks again.

  • By John B Tefertiller - 11:34 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    There are so many great tools already in Photoshop, but I’m still waiting for the “Un-suckify Photography Skills” filter!

  • By Nico76 - 11:34 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations !!!

  • By Jorn Loset - 11:34 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I´m not just a fan. I´m a user. (see my site)

  • By christian levesque - 11:34 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    your programs are wonderful and still improving !! wow.

    I would love to be able to share directly to facebook, twitter and more social.

  • By Iris - 11:34 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on hitting the million mark!
    If there was one thing I could add was perhaps add the ability to drag tools off the toolbar (like in Illustrator), can’t think of anything else :)

  • By Daniel Zamarripa - 11:35 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    YAY PHOTOSHOP! 😀

  • By jamie - 11:35 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    My only change would be the price, maybe a litte lower!

  • By MartinFife - 11:35 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Adobe Rocks! I love this new LR.
    Love to have the new PS!

  • By Steve Davis - 11:35 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Great job, you have some awesome products:)

  • By Sharon Wall - 11:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    A step and repeat feature as in InDesign would be awesome!!

  • By Her0d - 11:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    …Ive been with Adobe since Photoshop 3.5 (cant remember exactly, but it was some kind of washed down version of full PS), and im a huge fan (even if i dont own a copy of PS myself :-)

  • By Robert "Bobby" Burns - 11:36 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Sorry one thing to change is too have an upgrade form standard to extended for about $100.

  • By Jean Huang Photography - 11:37 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I can’t believe that it took me this long to become a fan of you on Facebook! Just signed up. Noticed the fan base is still quickly growing! 1,005,955 last that I checked.

    One improvement for me is to give more guidance on using the software. People are selling training stuff on Photoshop. Why can’t Photoshop do it themselves, even at a nominal fee, as a service to users?

    I would love the give-away. Wouldn’t being a new fan give more weight to winning the gift? And most of all, congratulations!

  • By Jim Kirkpatrick - 11:37 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations! My suggestion? Include Russel Preston Brown and Julianne Kost in each box. I could learn *and* be supremely entertained at the same time.

  • By michael - 11:37 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on One Million Fans!
    If that doesn’t speak volumes alone about your fantastic products!
    Long time Licensed user PS since 5.0; and LR sine the pre-beta, and now my Son is as well! (Becomes easy when it’s required for course work!)
    If there’s anything specific, I guess it would be to better utilize all the memory on my system.
    Thanks again and keep up the fine fine work!

  • By Mika Mäntykumpu - 11:38 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    As a really new with both Photoshop and Lightroom, they are so vast programs I can’t think of anything they couldn’t do. I have both programs so I don’t need a new licence (an upgrade to the Design Premium would be great!) so I’d donate it to Lindsay King, the writer of the comment # 5.

    I can’t understand how you come up with all the tools in these awesome applications!

  • By Jackie - 11:39 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on “1 million”. I’m fairly new to Photoshop and Lightroom and have played with trial versions. I have a lot to learn. If you could change one thing for me, it would be more guided, step by step video tutorials inside Photoshop. Thanks for all the information, tips, etc. on you site and fanbook page.

  • By WeeZel - 11:39 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    nice, oh, and a upgrade to CS5 would be sooo cool… still hanging around with my CS2 :(

  • By Mona - 11:39 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats!!! I love all of my photoshops, new and old. 😀

  • By Woodrow Fulcher - 11:39 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats i have fallen in love with photoshop since the first time i used it i tough my self how to use CS3 and bought elements 7 really wish i could afford something better almost every thing i do is done on photoshop. thanks for making such a great and versatile product.

  • By DBFCH - 11:40 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    It seems as if I am not the only one in love with Adobe and especially Photoshop 😉 The 2 Millions will be passed soon…

  • By Brett Svenson - 11:40 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Between my Day job and my Own business I probably spend 10 hours a day using your programs! Happy 1 million!

  • By Alicia - 11:40 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I think it would be awesome for tutorials to be embedded within Photoshop…kind of like a guided tour so people would know how to use everything within a short time of having that version of Photoshop. I find out by experimentation and random tutorials online, but having an interactive feature like that would be great.

  • By nathaniel - 11:40 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats!
    If I could have one thing in Photoshop, I’d want improved HDR tools

  • By Patrick Aubert - 11:41 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    If you could make one improvement to Photoshop specifically for me?
    I’d like to see a continuous stream of online updates (features and bugfixes). Continuous could imply minor releases each week and major releases a few times a year. This would truly enable an online evolving product based on customer feedback.

  • By Marcin - 11:41 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on 1 Million Fans on Facebook and Thank You for such great products over the years.

  • By Sam - 11:42 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Love Photoshop! It would be good, though, if you created more in depth tutorials.

  • By LuLu Lewis - 11:43 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I have enjoyed Photoshop, although I have much to learn. I believe that the software has become more user friendly to photographers and would really like to update my sftware to Photoshop and Lightroom 3. I have heard so many good things about this software that I am excited to begin useing it. Thank-you for all of the traing materials and the updated versions!!

  • By Erika Seever - 11:43 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on hitting 1 million fans. That’s AWESOME!! Love photoshop. Would love to win. Thanks for the chance!!!

  • By Deb - 11:43 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’d like you to add a magic time-erase button to help me forget that it’s been about 22 years since I helped beta-test Photoshop for Tom & John Knoll! I haven’t been without Photoshop since those days :) and am looking forward to jumping into Lightroom soon.

  • By Sharron - 11:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on 1 million FB fans! One improvement just for me? Allow me to use vectors in Photoshop without having to switch to Illustrator! A simple “convert to raster” before I could save the file would be fine. Don’t get me wrong…I love Illustrator too…but it would be great to be able to use vectors directly in Photoshop! I’m using an older version, so if this has already been done in a newer version, then obviously I need to be one of the winners so I can check it out. By the way, thanks for a great product, great service and awesome tips and tutorials!

  • By Tal Ninio - 11:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The first time I am happy to be just one of million…

  • By Brandon Colston - 11:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Just had my MacBook go down. Could use a new version of Photoshop and Lightroom for when I get my new computer. Love both programs, couldn’t live without them.

  • By Adeline Falk - 11:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    1 million fans. EXCITING! Congratulations. I’ve only played with photoshop a few times, but love it!

  • By Amy - 11:44 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations! Photoshop is so amazing!

  • By VictoriaH - 11:45 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats!!!! More tutorials would be great!

  • By Kelly O'Connor - 11:45 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    1,000,000 strong and growing! Congratulations!
    I love the tips that are handed out for PS and Lightroom on Facebook…always exciting to see what you will show next!

  • By picmomof3 - 11:45 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    LOVE PS!! Congrats on the million!

  • By Emma - 11:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Iphotoshop to me is more creative freedom in my art. I had only had the privelidge of using elements and I love it but the chance to have full Photoshop would be very e,powering and offer me so much more freedom. Congrtulations on the big one million

  • By BJ - 11:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Wow!!!! Way 2 Go!!!!!
    With such a great product there’s no wonder why you’re loved so much!!!!
    Here’s to the next Million….Congrats!!!!! :)

  • By Stephanie Barton - 11:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I couldnt live without my photoshop! Would so love to have the latest version <3 I havent had the opportunity to try lightroom yet. I know Ive had issues with my photoshop crashing and there is nothing more frustrating than losing not only time but your project! Auto draft would be amazing!

  • By Devanie - 11:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations! What a milestone. I’ve been using PS since 1993 or ’94.

  • By Daniel - 11:46 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats to the Photoshop team!

  • By Carol S - 11:47 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Love your products and congratulations on getting to 1 million. Would be absolutely wonderful to have the latest and greatest.

  • By Tina Brannon - 11:47 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on a million fans! That’s awesome! Love photoshop and lightroom! Would love to upgrade to the newer versions!

  • By Sue - 11:47 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love using Photoshop. It does not surprise me at all that we finally reached the 1 million mark, I mean, how could you not expect too with such a great product. If there was one thing that would make it easier for me it would be to make the toolbar easier to understand. When I first started using it, I had to keep going back and forth to figure out what each thing did. Now I know, but it was confusing to begin with. AGAIN, I LOVE Photoshop and will continue to use it. Thank you.

  • By Stephanie - 11:47 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on 1 million fans on FB.
    I guess the one improvement for me would just be to make the use simpler for amateur photogs like me. I don’t need fancy and certainly not complicated, but I want to make my photos look better.

  • By Mike Mayo - 11:47 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats and great job.

  • By Edward DeFaria - 11:47 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulation.

  • By Tasha S - 11:47 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love photoshop and really want to get Lightroom. i could not live without it..lol I am fairly new to photoshop, but I would like to be able to open ALL my pictures and run the same Action on all them at the same time. (example would be a size/sharpen for web action)

  • By Colleen - 11:47 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on passing the milestone of 1 million facebook fans. One improvement for would would be when I click on Help – About-Plugin I can not get the pop up to go away unless I close and reopen the program. I know it doesn’t seem like much but it is annoying if you have a bunch and forget what they do.

    Thank you and again congrats.
    Colleen Acorn

  • By Bari - 11:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations for the millionth Fan, and to be honest, you desrve more, much more then one million fan for the great job you do. Thank you PS

  • By Anita Christine - 11:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    congratulations :)
    I’m a big fan of adobe especially photoshop :)

  • By Erika Peveto - 11:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I have been using Adobe software for about 8 years. I started using it in college, then for work and now I use it for my photography business. I am just starting out and I could not do it without the help of lightroom. I don’t currently have Photoshop, but I’m looking forward to the day I can purchase it!!
    Thank you for all the great software I’ve gotten to use over the years! I look forward to using them for many more years to come!
    Congrats on hitting the million mark! Here’s to another million :-)

  • By Ken - 11:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations!

  • By Emily Wells - 11:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on 1 mill!!!

  • By Lissywitch - 11:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on your Millionth fan. Don’t know where I’d be without my Elements, it’s my relaxation time after a stressful day. Love to have the chance to broaden my horizons by upgrading so huge thanks for giving us the oppotunity

  • By Dianne Fago - 11:48 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on 1,000,000 fans!!! Wow!
    The thing that would make me the happiest PSE user in the world would be if PSE for the Mac came w/ the Photo Manager. I used to have a PC and PSE and LOVED the Photo Manager. When I switched to a Mac and got the Mac version of PSE, no Photo Manager. boo hoo. Bridge is nice, but I miss my Photo Manager and would love, love, love to have it back! :-)

  • By John Wright - 11:49 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    A million fans is amazing. But with the power of PS and LR driving the creative process great amazing is par for the course!

    Congrats!

  • By Teresa Vaughn - 11:49 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Love photoshop!! Need an upgrade, please pick me, pick me!!!

  • By james jenkins - 11:49 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    this just proves what a fantastic product ps is…i love the adobe platform…

  • By HELENE - 11:49 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    WOW, 1,000,000 fans! Congratulations! I use PSE6 all the time for editing and printing of my pictures. I am an avid scrapbooker, and have tons of fun adding things to my pages and pictures with PSE.

  • By Christine Stevens - 11:50 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats PS!!! I love using PS, but just started and I find it confusing and frustrating sometimes. I wish they had a tutorial in the program when you first download the program or that you could activate if needed for everything you can do with PS. Say I wanted to extract an item from a pic and put it in another pic. They need a tutorial for that and each and every other thing possible. I am not asking too much am I? :-)

  • By Sarah Dreier - 11:50 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on hitting an INCREDIBLE milestone! What an achievement!

  • By Vanessa Johnson - 11:50 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on the million fans! It’s because it’s such a great product! I can’t really think of anything I’d like to add to photoshop, because I like it so much!

  • By Vernell - 11:51 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on reaching 1,000,000 Facebook fans. I love Photoshop and Lightroom. One thing I would like more of are more in depth built in tutorials especially for the tools that are not that basic or that are not used as much.

  • By Anna D. - 11:51 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats!!! Wow that is just awesome.

  • By Stan - 11:51 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats…..but then you guys sure paint a lovely picture. Its been a wonderful journey with you

  • By Kasey Steele - 11:51 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I wouldn’t change a thing. I would love to win a copy of Photoshop. All my friends love it and I would love to join in the love of Photoshop on my computer.

  • By Cheryl - 11:52 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Way to go Photoshop! I absolutley love you!

  • By Gus Mitchell - 11:53 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on reaching this milestone!! Great product line.

  • By Christine Schwab - 11:53 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would love to have this software, so that I can learn how to use it. So my improvement would be to just have it! :)

  • By Pam - 11:53 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    woo-hoo… way to go PS….. thanks for some great software!

  • By Ilka Hofmann - 11:53 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    1.000.000 Fans! That´s absolutely awesome!!!! Photoshop is GOD, I cannot tell, how much I appreciate the work of every single person, who was involved in the developement of Photoshop!

    Thank you, you are amazing!!!

  • By Julie J. Moody - 11:53 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on the milestone! Photoshop is jammin’, don’t know what I’d do without it. Winning an upgrade would be a blessing! Thanks for all of the tips and tutorials on FB, I’ve learned alot from them. Keep ’em coming!
    What can YOU do for ME? Nothing…other than making it more affordable for those of us with small businesses (aka small budgets).

  • By sharon vetter - 11:54 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would give you a suggestion, but haven’t ever used the full Photoshop program, I do have PSE, I LOVE it!

  • By Carrie Carpunky - 11:54 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on 1,000,000 fans!! I am entering the web design & photography world & currently I am taking Photoshop in college! I am loving the program & would love to have a copy of my very own!! ;0)

    Congrats again & thanks for such an awesome product!!

  • By Kathy - 11:55 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on such a huge following!!! I can’t say what I’d improve because I haven’t used this software before. It’s never been in my budget, so I’d love to win!

  • By Jen - 11:55 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Woo Hoo!!!!!!!!

  • By M. Susie Melendez - 11:55 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations. I hear Photoshop is THE best and I hope I win so I can
    get one.

    Thank you for all your help an info on Facebook.

    Susie Russell-Melendez

  • By Brian Gentry - 11:58 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I can’t say enough about Photoshop!

    It is the perfect tool and a huge piece of my bread & butter. Having the latest version would absolutely be a blessing….but so many users so little time :-)

    Congrats and wishing you all many more years of keeping us photographers creative.

    Best Regards,
    Brian

  • By Sue - 11:58 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on 1 million fans. I am just starting school for graphic design/web design and have a hobby of photography and digital scrapbooking. I love the facebook pages and read as much as I can on the two ( photoshop and lightroom) I just downloaded the free trial of lightroom and absolutly love it. I can breeze through pictures in no time at all. I am a stay at home mom during the day so I have a lot of photos I just cant get enough. In photoshop I would want a better text tool like the one that is in illistrator.

  • By Tiffany Johnson - 11:58 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    CONGRATS and KUDOS to your all over at Photoshop! I would also love to see up-to-date clipart and backgrounds and maybe a built-in or downloadable Pantone colors of the year with inspiration clip boards!

  • By Tiffany B. - 11:59 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Happy One Million!! It’s easy to see why – Lightroom gave me my life back!

  • By Valarie C. - 11:59 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I LOVE Photoshop!!!!!!! I learn something new everyday using it at work! An improvement for me would be just being able to afford it so I can have it at home! But, if I win it, that takes care of that for me! :)

  • By lmend - 11:59 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    congrats. make it more like lightroom in terms of its ease of use!! thx.

  • By Brooke M - 11:59 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on the fans!!

    I would love to see something like the AMP Tile Viewer in Photoshop. I have to make a lot of tiled textures. It would be great to work on a small section of the tile and yet be able to zoom out to see it tile repeatedly.

    Yes I can create a tile background and fill it into a new document, but I would love something that is interactive and would change while I still work on the smaller sample.

    Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy of PS!!

  • By Rebecca Stone - 11:59 AM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on you benchmark of a million… I love your products.Thanks so much…

  • By Amanda Albright - 12:00 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on the million fans. That is really an accomplishment. If I were to improve Photoshop in some way, it would be to include learning features for the new user. I have found tutorials on the web, but if they were built in to the product by Adobe, I’m sure they would be better. Or some other learning funciton for beginners.

  • By Amy - 12:01 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats!

  • By Carla Flores - 12:01 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    LOVE LOVE LOVE Photoshop! Congrats on the 1 million fans! Thanks for being the BEST tool for creativity a scrapbooker could have! You guys ROCK!

  • By Chrissie - 12:01 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on such a huge milestone, where would i be without PS and Lightroom, but an upgrade would make life perfect! Here;s looking forward to the next 1,000,000!

  • By Cindy Reeves - 12:01 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The one thing that would make my life SOOOOO much easier is if you created a way to easily convert a PSD file to a Drupal template – specifically page layout images and the style sheet. I’d even be willing to start with a standard 960 grid for the template, or maybe use guides like ImageReady’s splicing? Just create it for me, don’t make me do the work putting the images in. A “convert to Drupal” would be the BEST!

  • By Jack Surran - 12:01 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Two million is probably not out of reach! Before I retired I taught Photoshop in High School and Community College and my class was always a student favorite in large part due to Photoshop itself. I started using PS at version 2.5! One improvement for my work-flow would be a keysrtoke shortcut for “Flatten Image”. Thanks for a truly great program.

  • By Janet - 12:02 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on 1 million fans! If I could suggest one change to Photoshop it would be to lower the price. Perhaps by offering it on a limited license such as that schools offer to students, more of us with a very limited budget could afford to upgrade to the current version! Otherwise, I LOVE Photoshop and Lightroom!

  • By Amelia - 12:02 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Can I tell you how much I love your products?!?!? If I could make an improvement, it would be Bridge in PSE working better on a Mac – seems to shut down on my often (but, I do have only PSE 6 so maybe things are better now?) I would LOVE to win a copy of Photoshop!!! Thanks for the chance!

  • By Martin - 12:02 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    If you could make an improvement just for me? Wow, that’s hard to say. Maybe a “Share on Facebook”-button.

    Anyways… congratulations! It would be nice to win Photoshop, since it’s a little bit pricy for a young student without a job 😀

  • By Ruth C. Bell - 12:02 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I use Photoshop (old version) daily in my editing and honestly can’t think of a complaint! I am itching to try out Lightroom too. I think the only thing I would like perfected is the “magnetic lasso” tool. I love this trick but would enjoy it more if it was exact in it’s location of anchors. THank you for the giveaway! And WOOOO HOOO to 1mil fans!

  • By Marcie C. (Iammarcie) - 12:02 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I am a new PS users and LOVE it. I am able to find all the tutorials and info I need to accomplish what I want to do on YouTube and in forums. What a great community of people!

    Congrats on the million followers. Isn’t it nice to be loved?

  • By Ali F - 12:03 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I LOVE photoshop… i just edit rando pictures when i’m bored!! I only have CS2 but that’s perfectly fine because it’s still great!! <3

  • By Robin Bogle - 12:03 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I can’t think of a thing to change it! I LOVE PHOTOSHOP

  • By Michelle - 12:03 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would love a feature that would upload photos right to facebook.

  • By Przemek - 12:03 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    ConGrats for The PSTeam:) I hope that it’s just a first of a many future Millions.

    What I want to find in my “custom PS”? I’d like to see there some smart filter or a ready to use and modifiable layer to make a nice looking skretches for my “look old” photos. I know that there are many options and tools to do this but I think that it can and it should be much more easier.

    Thanks
    Przemek

  • By Emily Madsen - 12:03 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE Photoshop!!

  • By Alex - 12:03 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    happy Phooshop day:) 1000000 THANKS:)

  • By Daenna Newkirk - 12:04 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulation’s to the Photoshop team for achieving the 1,000,000 fans!
    Thank you for the opportunity to tell all of you that you have an amazing product line.
    I could not achieve my dreams without you! Thank You!!!!

  • By Dante Marie Cox - 12:05 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Regrettably, I have not been using Photoshop in a while as the price is too high for me. When I did have access to photoshop a few years ago, it was a vital tool for me as a visual artist. I was able to manage my own portfolio images, design my own exhibition fliers and so much more. There is nothing better out there, and I almost feel like I ruin my images when I use other software to edit them. sigh. As an artist, I would like to see a discounted price for artists.

  • By Marie Ketring - 12:05 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    You guys have done so much to make photographer’s lives easier. What I would really love is fully customizable tool windows. I would love for everything that I use all the time to be right out on the screen. Basically exactly how my desk looks, I guess.

  • By SJRosa - 12:05 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love photoshop!!!!! Congrats on reaching 1 million!!!!!

  • By Cindy - 12:05 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Thanks for all of the useful and helpful information! Would love to see a few more re-touching tools added to Photoshop so extra plugins aren’t needed. In particular, something like Sharpener 3.0 and Bokeh.

  • By Kim K - 12:06 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Since my PS is so old (PSCS1) I am sure there are tons of new features on the CS5 that would be just what I am looking for. I am a huge fan of both PS and have just recently tested Lightroom 3. I am saving up for LR, but loved it when it was available to me.

    I would live multiple file browsers available. I currently use several windows to handle my multiple files. I am a digital scrapbooker with tons of photos to organize and have not found a good system to use yet. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    thanks for the chance to win.

    Kim

  • By John - 12:06 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Thanks to YOU developers of Photoshop, to make this program THE BEST program.
    1.000.000 and raise

  • By Noelle - 12:07 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I am an el. art teacher. I love Photoshop. I’ve been using it for years. I use it for my photos, my website, for the schoool yearbook, school photos, and the school website.

  • By Kevin Woolgar - 12:07 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    1 million!!! What a trememdous acheivement…congratulations Adobe!!!!

  • By Samantha S. - 12:07 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’m a PSE user, so really, upgrading to PS or LR would be PERFECT for me! Thanks for the chance!

  • By Judy Roberts - 12:07 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    LOVE PHOTOSHOP! Esp. love ability to add plug-ins!

  • By Al - 12:07 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    My wish for PS would be the ability to rotate the canvas like you can in Painter et al. I don’t mean edit>rotate 90deg and such, more hold down a key, rotate, draw, hold down key, rotate back etc(Sorry if you CAN do this in PS, I don’t have a recent version)

  • By Ashley Harris - 12:08 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Oh man, I would love a strictly mac video tutorial. I love PS and sometimes have no idea how to utilize it to the fullest. So fun!!

  • By Malcolm Willie - 12:09 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The world would be a little less ‘good looking’ if it weren’t for Photoshop! Congrats on being useful to 1 million+ around the world!

  • By Kelly - 12:10 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Awesome job!

  • By Meghan - 12:10 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I love PS! But I am still learning, so as a newbie, it’s hard to say what I’d improve about the program. It is a little overwhelming-there are many, many features that a casual photographer may not use often. Figuring it all out, though, one step at a time and LOVING it. A “PS for Dummies”-type tutorial would be pretty sweet.

  • By Kaitlan - 12:10 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    It is easy to see how Photoshop could have 1million fans. Our photography business strives in part because of photoshop. Thank you for continuing to put out the best for your clients so that we can do our best for our clients!

    Thanks also for the opportunity to win!

  • By Sara S - 12:10 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats :)!
    If you could make it possible to create folders for all of my brushes it will be great ;)…

  • By GL Comeau - 12:11 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    HDR raw formatted files compatible for import in Lightroom.

  • By Zob - 12:12 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Superb. Though I must suffer Mac Os on my machine to use LR at home. How about remembering us millions of linux user for a change. Keep up the good work.

  • By Jake Rocco - 12:12 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on the 1 MILLION! 😀 Who couldnt like Photoshop?! Its a Amazing! 😀

  • By CharlieVA - 12:12 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on the one million fans. I use photoshop almost every day and I’m not a professional.

  • By K S - 12:13 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Love your products!

  • By Jessica - 12:14 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Awesome! Congrats. Man, I hope I win!!!! ; )

  • By Mike Nelson Pedde - 12:14 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    One improvement specifically for me? That would take some thought… Both currently offer more than my skills are capable of!! 😉 Actually, for Lightroom, softproofing would be appreciated, as would having pressure sensitivity for a tablet when using the brushes – as in Photoshop. Still a Photoshop newbie, so any ideas I have are probably already integrated and it’s just a matter of finding them!

    Mike.

  • By Victoria V.B. - 12:14 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I use PSE on my home computer, but I learned how to use PS. I think the tip/trick I would like is to make it easier to perform the same functions in the two programs. For example, I want to take the same steps in PSE as PS to do the same function. Trying to learn the same thing on two different programs warps my mind! :)

  • By Ken M - 12:16 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats Adobe Photoshop for making someone who’s one in five million feel like you do this just for me.

  • By marie sierra - 12:16 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    make PS so easy to use a dum-dum such as myself would be able to use it almost right out of the box!
    thank you for the chance to win!
    marie

  • By Micha - 12:16 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Let the line i just drew with the ruler tool still be visible even when i select another tool.

  • By Lisa S - 12:17 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on reaching 1 million!! I would love to win either of them. I do not have one, but I would love to see video tutorials come with the product. I am a visual/interactive learner. Maybe the video could be one where you take a pic and the video shows you how to alter it, then you have the student try….maybe a couple of those for the most common functions……..I loeve taking pics and have a newborn. This would come in handy!!

  • By Carla F. - 12:17 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations!

    I like the suggestion that someone else had of a retouching tool designed specifically for skin.

  • By CJ Davis - 12:17 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would include detailed video tutorials in the software so the learning curve would be easier.

  • By Tigran - 12:17 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Always wanted “Rule of thirds” in the crop tool. Now i got nothing to wish anymore. Thank youuu :)

  • By Rachel - 12:18 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats! I’m pretty new to Photoshop myself. I recently bought LR and LOVE it! I only had PS Elements before so I would LOVE a full edition PS. I think I would make video tutorial CD to go along with the program because there is so much PS can do, but I just have to learn how :-)

  • By Isaac V. - 12:18 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Been wanting to pick up a copy of Lightroom for ages… 😛

  • By Ken Roper - 12:18 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Would love to upgrade! Please pick me! Love the new features in CS5. It is the best update to PS ever!

  • By John Z - 12:20 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The one simple addition to Photoshop that I would love is to have the same color adjustment (hue, saturation, lightness) sliders that are in Camera Raw. Photoshop has some, but Camera Raw includes more colors (like orange between reds and yellows) that I would like to have in Photoshop. Congrats on the 1 million!

  • By Tess_ - 12:22 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats, and thank you!

    Tess_

  • By Ken M - 12:22 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats Adobe PS. I have CS5 with no complaints but if you could make one change just for me it would be to make it easier to load font plug ins by having them become an immediate part of the drop down menu instead of asking me if I really want to change from this font to that font.

  • By Leslie - 12:22 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    congrats! I love Photoshop but if there was one thing I could change it would be that the price was a little lower to upgrade when new versions come out.

  • By Michael Gordonhttp://blogs.adobe.com/photoshopdotcom/wp-includes/images/smilies/icon_biggrin.gif - 12:23 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Even though i maybe a teenage and know nothing about editing,I ♥ photoshop.congratulation on getting 1 million fans,we are all of proud of being photoshop users.thank you

  • By Bryan Joseph Lopez - 12:23 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Even if it goes without saying, i’d still say that Adobe Photoshop IS the best imaging software EVER, and I don’t think there’s any tool out there, commercial or otherwise, that could match up against the quality that Adobe has introduced in the industry through its Photoshop series. With its “low floor-high ceiling” learning curve, it makes every novice feel like a pro in such little time using it. I know I did.

    Photoshop…you RULE. You may just have surpassed your 1 million fan mark, but your more than a billion worth. CONGRATULATIONS and MORE PHOTO-POWER!

  • By Maciek - 12:23 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    1 million fans – I hope that converts into sales!

  • By Christina Williamson - 12:24 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I would love to upgrade as well. I don’t have any suggestions on how to make it better. Love it!

  • By Amy D. - 12:25 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Yay!

  • By Milena - 12:25 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Wow 1 million! PS is so great.
    You could bring more colour in it. That’s my wish.

  • By Jen@Born2impress - 12:26 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations!
    Thanks a lot for the great posts and information:)

  • By Amy - 12:26 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Thanks a million PS Team! The one thing I really want… I want the one-click-fix-it button like the guys on CSI and all those other TV programs have! 😉 CONGRATS! Here’s to a million more!

  • By Michael Gordon - 12:26 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Even though i maybe a teenage and know nothing about editing,I ♥ photoshop.congratulation on getting 1 million fans,we are all of proud of being photoshop users. thank you

  • By Paul Freeman - 12:26 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats Adobe, well done. As a mature (older) newcomer to Photoshop love the freedom of expression it allows. keep om rockin’

  • By Annick Lammineur - 12:26 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    PS a day, keeps the boredom away…
    Vital tools, have made themselves indispensable.
    Congrats with your well diserved success!
    Can’t think of any improvement… unlucky for me

  • By smaduluth - 12:26 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    1 million . . . WOW!!

  • By Nancy Wyatt - 12:27 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats, although I’m sure you have many more than 1million fans!! I love your products and look forward to being able to upgrade sometime soon! LR has been so awesome for me!! I also have enjoyed using PS in my hybrid scrapbooking hobby! hugs from Conroe, TX!

  • By Thorsten Brauckmann - 12:28 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulation for more than 1 million fans, and for your outstanding product!

  • By Diane Loviza - 12:28 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on 1,000,000 fans, quite an achievement to be sure! As a huge scrapbooking groupie I have discovered that I am missing out on the entire ‘digital’ scrapbook world because of a lack of the proper tools. My goal is to overcome my fear of the digital page and to embrace all that it has to offer. Photoshop is definitely in my future! Again, congratulations on your Facebook success!

  • By Erika Jackson - 12:28 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations!! I am currently a PS Elements user and I would LOVE to upgrade to Photoshop. Thanks for such a great opportunity!

  • By Jamie Moore - 12:29 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I am not a bit surprised Photoshop hit 1 million fans!! When you have something as good as Photoshop, why not?? Thanks for everything & Keep up the good work!!

  • By Pat Mark - 12:29 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    That is because Photoshop is a million to one kind of product. Congrats on the milestone.

  • By Jessica - 12:29 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on the milestone! I would love to see collage templates right within the program.

  • By kristi sanger - 12:30 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on passing the 1 million mark Adobe!

  • By Kelly - 12:30 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    CONGRATS ON 1,000,000+ FANS!!!

  • By Paul Thompson - 12:30 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Happy 1 Million, without Photoshop things just wouldn’t be the same…

  • By Teri Merkins - 12:30 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The only suggestion I have….make .psd thumbnails easily seen in Win7.

  • By SANDY B. - 12:31 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats!!.. I love Photoshop, I just wish I knew more about it and I really want to learn more tricks!
    Congratulations again! :)

  • By alicia - 12:31 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Would love more presets! Also more affordable, so I hope I win so I can take this off my wish list!

  • By Georgette - 12:32 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on being so well liked :), New to the Photoshop world so I can’t really add too much insight. Having fun learning though.

  • By Linda Clough - 12:33 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    WOW Congratulations!! Awesome feat and I’m positive it will continue to grow! Photoshop is truly awesome for ALL – photographers, scrapbookers, anyone who enjoys keeping memories, as well as, making them better. I’d love to be more adept at using all the products!! SO glad you’re on FB too!!

  • By Bethanie Boozer - 12:33 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on reaching a million fans! I use Photoshop 7 and love it!!!!There is always something new to learn how to do!

  • By Bill Boggs - 12:33 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I was here.

  • By Shelly Walden - 12:33 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I Love Photoshop!!! I use it at work and I use it at home and still learn something new every time I turn around. Thanks for a great program!!! Congrats on the 1,000,000 mark!

  • By PECourtejoie - 12:34 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    One million bravos!
    My wish would be to revive the UI, yet another time: give a slider to darken/lighten the interface, like in After Effects, (but given the new tools icons in CS5, I think that we are halfway there!)
    Many users would like you to provide a scalable toolbox, and UI (yes, we can already scale the text size in preferences, layers/channels/paths thumbnails, but what about the buttons in the layers, etc. panels?) it would be useful on the high res screens we have now. (I personnaly prefer more real estate for the image, but you would make it a preference, right?)
    While you’re at it, a switch to get an horizontal toolbar.

    Ps: and, last but not least, pie menus, to have ALL the commands/menus/panels under the mouse!

  • By Carlo - 12:35 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Yay for PS!

  • By Kyle - 12:35 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on the first million. Love Ps & Lr, both amazing product!

  • By Briana P - 12:36 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Wow, that’s a LOT! Pick me! I loves me some photoshop!

  • By Andrya - 12:36 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on a million fans! You have an awesome product!

  • By Jeff Moulton - 12:37 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on hitting the million fan mark. Photoshop is and has always been the best photo editing program…Ever!

  • By Mike Schwartzberg - 12:38 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats. Adobe and PS and LR are awesome!

  • By Kristine - 12:38 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Love, love, LOVE Photoshop and Lightroom! Here’s to the next 1 mil! Cheers!

  • By Eric - 12:39 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    One cool feature would definitely be a built in small tutorial for new users of Photoshop and Lightroom. Congrats on 1 million!!

  • By Geoff - 12:39 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on 1 million! Thank you for the being a plethora of knowledge and resources that you make available to us.

  • By Norma - 12:40 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats! Love the amazing products.

  • By Dave Block - 12:40 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations!

  • By Marko - 12:42 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I wonder how things today would look like if Photoshop had never been invented? Luckily i will not have experience that!

  • By Matt Fawcett - 12:42 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Develop different login methods that will facilitate different users so that my wife can access the program in a very basic level that only uses automatic fixes to photographs and more advanced levels of editing based on the level of experience that you select.

  • By Robert Lawrence - 12:43 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Integrating some of illustrator’s vector image manipulation into Photoshop even in a reduced functionality mode would help in some 1-off cases where you don’t want the full functionality of illustrator, but the basic stuff would help out a lot. Grats on the 1-mil fans.

  • By dawn - 12:43 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    The change I would like to see you make for me would be to send a personal tutor along with your products. Much easier for me to take the time then to learn all of the applications! :) I am having fun learning, although I have a long way to go!!

  • By Lori - 12:43 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Just found this page, but I will definately be back!! Thanks Adobe!!

  • By Leigh - 12:43 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations!! Superb products!!! Thanks for all you do.

  • By Marjorie Etienen - 12:44 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on reaching such a wonderful milestone.

  • By Courtney j - 12:44 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on your 1,000,000,000!!!!
    Great products. Such a fan.

  • By Tompson Paganote Pecini - 12:44 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Parabens Photoshop Team!
    Photoshop é sempre a vanguarda do software de imagem.
    Parabes pelos 1.000.000 de seguidores!
    Congratulations!!

  • By Kayla S - 12:44 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’d love to export pics right from PS to Facebook, blogs, etc. Also, more tools from PS into Lightroom.

  • By Sheila - 12:45 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations! I love to watch everything you put out for us to learn. I have a long way to go but with your help I’m getting there!

  • By Julie - 12:46 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Wow, you must have gotten 1 million comments. Long line to the end of the comments. There is so much to Photoshop I’m always learning more everyday even though I’ve taken classes. My one comment would be to make the upgrades cheaper since you’ve been coming out with new products so frequently. Just don’t know what I would do without my Photoshop to restore my old photos!

  • By Jose - 12:46 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations to you all folks, I have known Photoshop since it was a small version 3, and grow old next to him doing crazy stuff, now that botha got older and mature we continue doing crazy things together, and I love to keep doing amazing and wonders all over the screens XD, I have known about this blog for short time now, but I see a lot of nice news, and exercices that maybe we can come up ith some challenges time to time, I rememebr that on the Photoshop magazine, and dealing with old friends.
    Peace everyone, and keep adding fun to your work

  • By Jenessa Evans - 12:48 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    One thing I think would be insanely amazing would be to have Photoshop have the capabilities to export photos straight into a roes type of program, Tons and Tons of photographers use professional printers which most are using a rose based ordering program, Would save so much time if we could have maybe a cart of some kind that we would add the photos we wanted after editing with a send button and they somehow sync up to the roes software. Time saving = A PLUS!

    Another feature I think would be totally banging would be to have a feature almost like the actions features with templates that we can load into a “templates” function and it would automatically open a new document with the size and template already to go,another banging idea would be to have PS read the open pictures as well and import them along with opening the template.

    Congrats on making it to 1,000,000
    XO XO Jenessa

  • By Peter Wine - 12:49 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    As a photojournalist, I’m sure I don’t use anywhere near the capacity of Photoshop (and haven’t used Lightroom yet) but it’s nice to know the ability is there if I need it.

    In addition to your one millionth fan, it’s also been fun to watch the evolution of Photoshop from a noun to a noun/verb.

    Rather than say “I used Photoshop” or “they used Photoshop” many now say “it’s been Photoshopped,” or “I’ll bet it’s been Photoshopped.”

  • By paula - 12:50 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    photoshop its my life! i loved! congrats for this excelent program! the best in the world!

  • By Kristoffer Kench S. Alegado - 12:50 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations PS for hitting that 1M mark..
    PS is very significant for me as an IT student
    and new innovations and stuffs added never fails
    to drive me crazy..

  • By CD - 12:52 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on such an acheivement! Love photoshop, I couldn’t suggest an upgrade at this time as I am still learning and am sure it is there, I have just got to figure it out. Keep you the good work.

  • By Szymon - 12:53 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Awesome! Just as awesome Photoshop is! :) congratulations!

  • By Pierre Saikali - 12:54 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    It’s quite hard to find something missing in Photoshop … But I guess it would be useful to have a real digitalizing tool, working with a big amount of scanners. I always wanted to have something ‘automated’ when I scan my lomography pictures.

    Anyway, this giveaway would be a really great present for me, I’m just starting my web design company !

  • By Natalie - 12:54 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on reaching such a milestone! Thankyou so much for all of your fabulous tips and tutorials – I’m learning my way through Photoshop with your help. I would also love to give Lightroom a try.

  • By Terra Owen - 12:55 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I am so excited to use CS5. I have been using Photoshop since the first release of Photoshop at Cabrillo College in Aptos. I also do the online tutorials and enjoy the tips that you provide. And, I live down the street from Lex. What a nice guy. He gave fantastic demonstrations at MacWorld.

  • By Kirsten Anderson - 12:56 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats! Love Photoshop, actually addicted to it. Thanks for such a great product!

  • By Debbie - 12:57 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on your FB fans!!

  • By shirley - 12:58 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    congrats!

  • By zepangborn - 12:58 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    When zooming in Photoshop, it really (really) annoys me that every other zoom step is pixelated (16.7%, 33.3%, 66.7%). Make every zoom step look smooth. If decimals are the problem, than round up or down (17%, 33%, 67%).

    Note: This may have been fixed in CS5.

  • By mohamed emad - 12:59 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    simply i adore photoshop

  • By Gregg Stevens - 1:00 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I’d like to see something similar to the color editing “Variations” but for reducing/enlarging files with previews of multiple settings…

  • By Susane Gruning - 1:00 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Could not live without Photoshop! Happy 1 millionth and many more!

  • By Melissa - 1:00 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    I aDORE Photoshop. The one thing that would make it better for me is a newer version, as I’m still working with CS2. I’m a stay at home mom starting a photography business. Congrats on the milestone and thank you for the opportunity! :)

  • By Sandra Coffin - 1:00 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations on 1 MILLION. I have CS3 and love it. Love all your tips and send your Facebook page to all my photography friends.

  • By Jim Johnson - 1:00 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations and keep up the great work. My photos are so much better after PS :)

  • By Patricia Montgomery - 1:00 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on 1+ million FB fans! I’m one of them!

  • By Jeanne Volmer - 1:01 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    HAPPY 1 million Facebook fans! Right now I wouldn’t want any changes. I am happy because Photoshop has inspired me to download my photos from my camera, organize them and share them. Photoshop also inspired me to take a digital scrapbooking class so I’m learning a new skill. Next I hope to scan all my boxes of pictures into the computer!

  • By Kara - 1:01 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats on getting your 1 million fans!! I sooooo want lightroom right now… I have PS CS5, but lightroom would def help me with my workflow!!

  • By Teddy Carroll - 1:01 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats to the Photoshop team and Adobe. You guys make one helluva product. As a professional photographer, I would be lost without your products in today’s digital world. If I were to make one improvement, I would have even more integration between PS, LR, and Bridge. Having them stand (mostly) alone is troublesome. More integration = smoother workflow. Just my $.02.

  • By Denise - 1:02 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Of course, you reached 1M fans. You have awesome products. One thing I would love included is video tutorials. I know I am not using the full potential of this software and tutorials would allow me to easily learn. Thanks!

  • By cem - 1:02 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Happy photoshop! Happy 10.000.000th

  • By Jessy - 1:03 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Yay!! I’ve lived in photoshop for 9 years now. The only thing I’d make better would be to add some of the filters that Alien Skin makes to the standard package. I love their chrome tool and the perspective shadow.

  • By Malcolm Locker - 1:04 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congratulations! There’s hardly a day that goes by without me using Photoshop. Great product!

  • By Slobodan - 1:04 PM on October 14, 2010   Reply

    Congrats! The one thing I would like to see is more/better choices for uprezi