Computer Arts 200: Adobe Photoshop 3.04 reviewed!

One thing to remember about Computer Arts in its early days is that it was quite a PC-focussed title. It was a bit of a spin-off from PC Format magazine (where I’d recently started as a staff writer) and it didn’t have much truck with these fancy Macintosh things. PCs were clearly the future.

Which goes some way to explain why this Photoshop review is rather dwarfed by the reviews for things like Lightwave 3D and Visual Reality 2.0 on preceding pages of the mag, and the rather unlikely comparison with Micrografx Photo Publisher. It’s all a little technical, and yeah, that main image is a little grubby (the original is missing and I had to get it off a scan of the original magazine) but it’s a great little historical piece nevertheless. Enjoy!

Photoshop 3.04

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