Adobe Photoshop is the world’s most popular raster graphics editor, and one whose effect on society has caused it to become an icon of popular culture, both on and off the Internet. This pervasiveness has caused activists to call Adobe Photoshop as the “face” of perverse advertising and false image, and that the term “shop” (from the name of the software) has become a verb in the English language to refer to an image or picture that has been manipulated with the program. Adobe offers Photoshop in several editions, and since version 8 its releases had been appended with the suffix “CS”, which means “Creative Suite”.
Photoshop’s various editions – the standard Photoshop, Photoshop Extended (which has several 3D image creation and manipulation), Photoshop Elements (a starter edition of Photoshop which includes only the most basic feature set), Photoshop Lightroom (image post-processing), and the free, web-based Photoshop Express – are all available for Windows and Mac OS platforms. Additionally, through the use of Wine, it can run on Linux, and Photoshop Express also runs on iOS and Android devices.
Photoshop’s native format is PSD, which stands for Photoshop Document, and contains layer information, color profiles, masks, and so on.
Our users primarily use Adobe Photoshop to open these file types:
Some users also use Adobe Photoshop to open these file types:
File.org aims to be the go-to resource for file type- and related software information. We spend countless hours researching various file formats and software that can open, convert, create or otherwise work with those files.
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