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Happy 25th Anniversary Photoshop!

In 1987 people were rocking out to Walk Like an Egyptian, falling in love with The Princess Bride, and were just meeting the Tanner Family from Full House. It was in this pre-digital world—a world almost impossible for us to imagine now—that Thomas Knoll dreamed up and created Display, a pixel imaging program. Display was… READ MORE

25 Under 25: The Search is on for 25 of the Most Creative Visual Artists Under 25

As part of my job, I have the unique privilege of seeing jaw-dropping and sometimes life-changing artwork cross my desk on a routine basis. Here at Adobe we’re constantly amazed by the creative talent of our customers, especially the young, up-and-comers – the next-gen artists. That’s why to celebrate Photoshop’s upcoming 25th anniversary, we’re officially… READ MORE

Sharing Creative Cloud Libraries in Photoshop

Just two months ago, we introduced the Libraries panel to Photoshop CC 2014. Libraries help you Store your favorite things, Use them over and over, and as of today, you can now Share your Libraries with your team. STORE Libraries can save all types of content—that specific color, the client’s logo or watermark, or your… READ MORE

35 Reasons You Can’t Live Without Today’s Updates to the Photoshop and Lightroom Family of Products

Today we release 35 exciting updates to Photoshop CC, Lightroom mobile, Lightroom web, Photoshop Sketch and Photoshop Mix that will change how you work with images, PSDs and drawings across your desktop and mobile devices. We can’t wait to hear what you think. PHOTOSHOP First, we are thrilled to announce a new update to Photoshop… READ MORE

Photoshop: Spring Cleaning

With each release of Photoshop, our development team needs to do some architectural spring-cleaning. As we modernize our code and add cool new features, we sometimes have to make tough decisions to cull existing features from the herd. With that said, the following features will be removed from the next revision of Photoshop.