Photoshop Turns 20 - The Video

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As a followup to my previous blog post about Photoshop turning 20 years old, I wanted to pass along a cool link on the subject...

Adobe Photoshop 20th Anniversary

Adobe has a website dedicated to the indispensable image editing tool hitting 20,000 miles on the software odometer. This site contains an interactive time line of major Photoshop milestones going back to 1990. There is also a very cool video featuring a discussion with the creators of Photoshop - Thomas Knoll, John Knoll, Steve Guttman, and Russell Brown - as they discuss the evolution of Photoshop. The video begins with some vintage footage where we see Russell Brown placing a photo of himself behind President Regan and the first lady on an old Macintosh. 

If you've used Photoshop as I have in the last 20 years, you may find this discussion of the brains behind the software interesting.

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