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Adobe Photoshop is used by photographers, graphic and web designers, videographers, and 3D artists, to enhance and manipulate photos, and create original digital artwork. Photographers use Photoshop for correcting exposure or modifying color, cropping, aligning, and rotating photos to achieve better compositions, restoring and retouching images, combining multiple images into composites, and simulating a variety of photographic lens effects. Designers use Photoshop for creating textures for web backgrounds and photo realism, manipulating type by using 3D extrusions and layer styles, creating comps of website and mobile application designs, and applying special effects like blurs and lighting effects.
Videographers use Photoshop for assembling image sequences into timeline animations, removing unwanted objects from various frames of their video, repairing videos using cloning and healing tools, and creating frame-by-frame animation for cartoons and special effects. 3D artists use Photoshop for creating three-dimensional shapes for use in other applications, creating 3D objects using extrusion tools for use in title sequences, and painting 3D environments for film and TV backdrops.
There are dozens of other types of people using Photoshop in their daily work, creating amazing projects and original artwork like these. Photoshop also integrates with other Adobe applications, like InDesign for print production and digital magazines, or After Effects in Premiere for video compositing. Whether you're a designer, photographer, or video production artist, Adobe Photoshop gives you the tools to help you achieve your creative vision.
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