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Photoshop Turns 25

Adobe’s seminal Photoshop app is now 25 years old, and Farhad Manjoo of the New York Times looks at how Adobe is trying to keep it relevant. Adobe’s switch from selling Photoshop to offering it as a monthly subscription is one way the company hopes to bring it to more people, though so far, it has led to lower revenues. Adobe is also planning to split Photoshop into a number of smaller apps. Regardless of how Adobe’s plans pan out, photographers will never return to the darkrooms that Photoshop replaced.favicon follow link

 

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"photographers will never return to the darkrooms that Photoshop replaced."

rather presumptuous and inaccurate. Many of us have never left the darkroom. Long live film!