A digital image editing program. This program is the industry standard for editing photo-images. TV and Internet use this program almost exclusively. NP Graphics artists use this program to create topography, manipulate satellite images, retouch photos and create special effects for both objects and text.
A powerful software program from Adobe which is used to manipulate images. Pictures can be dramatically changed using PhotoShop: colors changed, images sharpened, parts of the picture removed or moved.
An image editor for Macintosh and Windows. Although it contains a large variety of image-editing features, one of Photoshop's most powerful capabilities is layers, which allows images to be rearranged under and over each other for placement. Photoshop is designed to read and convert to a raft of graphics formats, but it provides its own native format for layers (PSD extension).
Software from Adobe that is specifically used to manipulate and enhance raster graphics. The name implies that the original users were photographers in search of a digital photo lab, but today Photoshop is the de facto standard for image manipulation for multimedia, web, and print.
Best known and well used Image manipulation computer program (by Adobe Systems); which has gradually entered the photographers vocabulary with words like: 'Photoshoped' meaning retouched or manipulated.
This is the most popular Digital imaging software program. It allows for the color correction tonal adjustment sizing and cropping of digital image files. It is also enables you to do retouching image manipulation compositing and special effects.