Photoshop - Victor Okoh

Timeline created by VictorOkoh
  • The beginning of photoshop

    Photoshop was developed in 1987 by two brothers Thomas and John Knoll
  • Thomas and John Knoll sell photoshop

    On September 1989, everything changed for Photoshop when Adobe bought it from the brothers
  • Photoshop 1.0 releases

    A year after, on February 1, 1990, Photoshop 1.0 was released. It included digital color editing and retouching. It was dedicated for use in high-end platforms such as the SciTex and costs $300 for basic photo retouching. 2.0 released later on in July.
  • Photoshop 3.0 releases

    In 1994, Photoshop 3.0 was released. This version now included layers. This saved the arses of a lot of designers who loved to add a more complex feel in their creations. Tom Knoll was the man who made all these possible.
  • Photoshop 4.0 releases

    It took two years for Photoshop to release version 4.0, which added adjustment layers and macros. Imagine if Photoshop developers haven’t thought of these, we will still take a very long time to put watermark on our photos. They made life easier. Also, 4.0 also started the user interface we all see today.
  • Photoshop CS releases

    Photoshop CS (or Photoshop 8.0) was the first version to come out in 2003. It had a Counterfeit Deterrence System (CDS), which reused duplication of paper currency. With the release of CS came also scripts and languages. Grouping of layers was also introduced in this version, making the usage of the program easier.
  • Photoshop CS6

    At last, on May 7, 2012, CS6 came out with a very new and darker UI. It included newer features like autosaving, patch and move tools, blur gallery, and vector shapes with dotted or dashed strokes.