TitleMastering the Pixel : 25 Years of Photoshop
|Brown, Russell Preston, Speaker|
|Guttman, Steve, Speaker|
|Hollar, John C., Moderator|
|Knoll, John, Speaker|
|Knoll, Thomas, Speaker|
PublisherComputer History Museum
Place of PublicationMountain View, California
Copyright HolderComputer History Museum
DescriptionAdobe Photoshop is one of the most successful pieces of software ever written. Now used by millions of graphics and photographic professionals worldwide, Photoshop has come to shape the entire visual environment of 21-century culture. Gum wrappers, subway signs, billboards, book covers, Hollywood special effects, posters, portraits, product packaging, brochures, animation, architecture, astronomy, fashion design, forensic investigations, medicine, industrial design, photography, web design—the list of Photoshop applications is almost limitless.
How did this remarkable tool come to be and what has been its influence on our lives and larger culture? Join us for a remarkable, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to hear the answers from four key people who made Photoshop what it is today:
Russell Brown – Original Photoshop evangelist
Steve Guttman - Original Photoshop product manager
Thomas Knoll – Photoshop co-creator
John Knoll - Photoshop co-creator
Please join us for this special panel discussion on Photoshop, a unique creativity tool that has changed our world and how we see it forever.
Members, please note that there is no member reception before the program. The Cloud Café will be open, come grab a quick bite, a glass of wine and connect with fellow CHM friends!