Adobe Photoshop is a graphics editor (with some text and vector graphics capabilities) developed and published by Adobe Systems. It is the market leader for commercial bitmap image manipulation, and probably the most well-known piece of software produced by Adobe Systems. It is usually referred to simply as "Photoshop". As with most of Adobe's other applications, Photoshop is available for Mac OS and Microsoft Windows; versions up to Photoshop 7 can also be used with operating systems such as Linux using software such as CrossOver Office. Past versions of the program were ported to the SGI IRIX platform, but official support for this port was dropped after version 3. As of August 2005 the latest version of Adobe Photoshop was CS2 (9.0). See Also: Computer Graphics, Photoshopping
Photoshop, from Adobe Systems, Inc., has been the model against which other paint programs are compared for many years. It originally only ran on Macintosh systems, which was a strong selling point for Macs, especially among graphic artists. Today, Adobe Photoshop runs on both Macintosh and Windows PCs.
High-end software from Adobe which is used to edit digital images. After using a scanner to digitize a picture, you can use Photoshop to edit and save pictures in a form that can be used in Web pages, PowerPoint presentations, and word processing documents.
Adobe Photoshop, or simply Photoshop, is a graphics editor developed and published by Adobe Systems. It is the current market leader for commercial bitmap and manipulation, and, in addition to Adobe Acrobat, is the best-known piece of software produced by Adobe Systems. It is considered the industry standard in most jobs related to the use of visual elements.