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This forum idea is initiated when we launched “Photoshop Lady”. We are taking the steps to provide more resources to the Photoshop designers. As above-mentioned, we aim to provide a Photoshop Community for Photoshop users as well as acknowledge for our readers who have been giving us lots of opinions and supports.
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So far, we have got the worldwide trust and developed a good brand in the Photoshop world. Over 2000 new visitors and 4400 RSS readers visit “Photoshop Lady” to read our post as routine. It is noted that a foundation has been set up. Therefore, whatever you are doing on our forum e.g. swap tips, link up the worldwide designers, experience sharing or advertise your own works. It will bring you a very positive and optimistic result.
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In 1987, Thomas Knoll, a PhD student at the University of Michigan began writing a program on his Macintosh Plus to display grayscale images on a monochrome display. This program, called Display, caught the attention of his brother John Knoll, an Industrial Light & Magic employee, who recommended Thomas turn it into a fully-fledged image editing program. Thomas took a six month break from his studies in 1988 to collaborate with his brother on the program, which had been renamed ImagePro. Later that year, Thomas renamed his program Photoshop.
During this time, John traveled to Silicon Valley and gave a demonstration of the program to engineers at Apple and Russell Brown, art director at Adobe. Both showings were successful, and Adobe decided to purchase the license to distribute in September 1988. While John worked on plug-ins in California, Thomas remained in Ann Arbor writing program code. Photoshop 1.0 was released in 1990 for Macintosh exclusively.
That’s the early history of Photoshop. Here we have created The Evolution of Photoshop Infographic, in order to show you the entire history of Photoshop up until now.
About the Author
Dona Collins is an infographic artist, blogger and financial writer at CreditLoan.com. When she is free you can find her on twitter and other times you can find her writing articles for creditloan blog.
This digital painting was created by Germany creative director or illustrator Martin Grohs. Actually it is a wallpaper, titled as “Dissolution”. It portrays one vision, one space-lady with melting space suit disappearing before a hot exploding plant. These all reflect the theme “what you take from the earth, you must give back, that is nature’s way.”
This wallpaper was made to celebrate 25 years of photoshop. The greatness of photoshop is it can present imagination to us or we can just have imaginations. While one fantastic uniqueness of this wallpaper is that it is dynamic, which shows audience a gradual progress of dissolution. Space-lady’s changing space suit, the color-changing space and the plant embody the theme of dissolution, presenting a coming explosion. And at the end of the process ,the word “dissolution” perfectly appears on the screen. This is really a piece of super-inspiring work.
Thanks to climate change and a general shift towards eco-living, natural fonts are in high demand right now. We’ve scoured the web to find the best fonts with a natural theme available anywhere, for you to use in your own work. Some are conventional, others are wildly imaginative, but all should serve as a great source of inspiration when creating designs of a natural persuasion. Leaves, logs, trees, beaches, flowers, stones, stars, bugs and even human hair- you’ll find it all, and much more, below.
This ‘submarine’ font is perfect for use in any aquatic design. Complete with little fishies, it’s reminiscent of fish tanks and sea-life centres.
2. Tree Like
Bowed and warped, Tree Like has a really unique look and ties in perfectly with epic high fantasy. Think: Lord of the Rings.
I love this font! Quirky, peculiar and idiosyncratic, it would be perfect for promotion of a really cool, indie band.
4. Apple Tree
Apple Tree manages to look organic, despite its modern, some-might-say futuristic design. It would look great in work based around futuristic methods of sustainability and carbon conservation.
5. Beach Type
Beach Type is a chilled-out, laid-back kind of font. It’s the font you’d expect to appear on a beach bar on some exotic island.
6. Wood 2
Wood 2 has a classic, handmade feel. Characters seem to have been nailed together from bits of old timber. It’s perfect for work with an organic theme.
7. Flowers Cube
Flowers Cube is an embellished version of a classic, angular font. It has a real vintage feel to it.
8. Natural Log
Natural Log’s spindly, hand-drawn aesthetic makes it perfect for designs aimed at children.
9. Flower 3
Simplicity at its best, Flower 3 looks as though it was written with a blade of grass dipped in ink. It’s utterly charming. Perfect in work centred around agriculture and the countryside.
10. Seaweed Fire
Seaweed Fire is spiky, compact and rather dismal, but fantastic all the same. It should be used in anything to do with horror.
11. Charcoal First
Unruly and irregular, with some letters bigger than others, Charcoal First has a definite graffiti-like, urban quality. It looks like it’s been written quickly, possibly on a wall somewhere!
12. Wild Wood
Rooted to the ground and covered in thin shoots, Wild Wood looks like something from a modern fairytale. It has a certain Tim Burtonesque, gothic quality to it.
13. Stone Cold
Grungy and weathered, Stone Cold is abstract, but still easy to read. This font certainly looks better when it’s bigger.
14. Beyond Sky
Beyond Sky is a very feminine, dreamy font. It’s gorgeous and would ideally suit being used in the beauty industry.
15. Wood Sticks
The cartoon-like Wood Sticks font has a cheerful, light-hearted appearance. It would look great on the menu of a vegan cafe.
16. Night Sky
Night Sky is such a fun font, surrounded by stars and crescent moons. Why not use it in a children’s book or on a website aimed at kids?
17. Bingo Star
Stars are tightly clustered together to form the letters of this highly original, delightful font. If you’re looking for a font that’s unique, this is the one for you.
Sleek, slick, cool and highly professional, Earth is a font fit for the ‘space age’. It’s perfect for use on promotional flyers for club nights or modern, dance music events.
19. Galaxy 1
Similar to the Earth font, Galaxy has a real vintage quality. Like the font used in Star Wars, it looks like it has come straight from the 70s, which is great for use in vintage designs.
20. Alpha Woman Hair
You can’t help but laugh when you look at this font. Cheesy and pretty ridiculous, its letters are formed from various hairstyles. Not to be taken seriously, however, it could be used to great effect in a tongue-in-cheek design.
21. Moon Star
Moon Star looks like something from a 60s TV show like Bewitched or The Jetsons. It’s really magical and would fit well with 60s/70s-like vintage designs.
22. Little Insect
So cute, Little Insect is another hand-drawn font ideal for children or companies with a soft, caring image.
23. Animal Caps
Each Animal Caps letter looks like an antique object. While it won’t fit with much modern graphic design, it’s so imaginative; I just had to include it in this list.
24. Sea Dreams
Sea Dreams looks like it’s suffered from a degree of coastal erosion itself. Soft and calming, why not use it on the front cover of a suitable novel.
25. JF Jungle Rock
Chunky characters, shrouded in plants and bugs, JF Jungle Rock looks like something out of a classic, tropical arcade game. It’s certainly got a hint of caveman about it.
Tom Walker is a blogger and designer working with an online supplier of MFC cartridges, inks and various other print materials to the creative industry. He often writes about innovative advertising and design on the CreativeCloud.
Sometimes, you may find it difficult to look for some of the highest quality photoshop tutorials using search engines. As most of time, almost all tutorials would label themselves to be good, high quality or even the best photoshop tutorial you can find. When searching through all these tutorials, your time is wasted.
In order to save your time, Photoshop Lady come up with 30 Best Photoshop Abstract Effect Tutorials of All Time. These are selected from our Photoshop users and readers.