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Photoshop 25th Anniversary Timeline

1987

Thomas Knoll developed computer code to display greyscale


images on monitors only able to display black and white

September 1988 Knoll Brothers pitch Adobe using Jennifer in Paradise


1989

Adobe acquires Photoshop

August 9, 1989

The Abyss is released in theaters; First motion picture to use


Photoshop

February 19,
1990

Photoshop 1.0 released

1990

British Painter David Hockney attends Photoshop Invitational and


now uses Photoshop to compose paintings

May 1, 1991

Kodak launches first DSLR camera, the DCS-100

1992

Photoshop added to dictionary as a verb meaning to manipulate


or alter a digital image

November 1992 Photoshop 2.5 released; adds Windows version


February 16,
1994

New York Newsday cover features manipulated photo of Nancy


Kerrigan and Tonya Harding ice skating together

June 27, 1994

Time Magazine prints darkened OJ Simpson mug shot on cover

September 1994 Photoshop 3.0 released; Adds layers and features to help
customers in medicine and science

1997

Steve Jobs returns to Apple

September 2000 Photoshop 6.0 released; support for vector shapes introduced

November 1,
2000

Camera phone introduced by Sharp/J-Phone

December 11,
2000

World's first working human organ is 3D printed

2001

Helicopter Shark (Image of a great white shark leaping out of the


water attacking military personnel climbing a suspended ladder
attached to a helicopter) circulates the internet

Photoshop 25th Anniversary Timeline

March 2002

Photoshop 7.0 released, includes Adobe Camera Raw

October 2003

Creative Suite released; features Shadows and Highlights as well


as Lens Blur support

March 2004

Doctored Image of John Kerry and Jane Fonda at a 1971 anti-war


rally appears

March 3, 2005

Altered image of slimmed-down Martha Stewart appears on cover


of Newsweek upon her release from federal prison, creating the
impression Stewart lost weight while serving sentence

April 2005

Creative Suite 2 released, features Spot Healing Brush and Smart


Objects

February 19,
2007

Lightroom 1 launched

April 2007

Creative Suite 3 released with an updated UI

June 29, 2007

iPhone released

July 14, 2008

Daily Show runs "Photoshop of Horrors" segment

October 2008

Creative Suite 4 released, introducing Adjustment Panel

2009

Apple dubs the term "iPhoneography"

April 2010

Creative Suite 5 released; adds Content Aware Fill tool

December 1,
2010

Instagram launched

January 12,
2012

Kodak files for bankruptcy

Photoshop 25th Anniversary Timeline

May 2012

Creative Suite 6 released; introduces Blur Gallery

February 27,
2013

Faking It: Manipulated Photography Before Photoshop comes to


Metropolitan Museum of Art

May 2013

Adobe launches Creative Cloud

December 11,
2013

South Parks "That's Lisa Berger?!" airs

January 2014

Photoshop CC adds 3D Printing support

April 3, 2014

Representative Lois Capps Introduces bill to Congress that would


prompt the FTC to investigate impact of digitally retouched
images on society

May 19, 2014

Selfie added to Merriam-Webster Dictionary

September 2014 Francis Bitonti 3D prints shoes designed with Photoshop

September 22,
2014

Roger Federer asks fans to use Photoshop to show him where to


visit in India

February 11,
2014

Surgeons implant 3D printed pelvis

February 19,
2015

Photoshop celebrates 25 years