Photoshop Gurus Play Around With Photoshop 1.0 & Struggle With Its Simplicity

CreativeLive gave a few Photoshop experts the opportunity to play around with the first ever version of Photoshop and we can definitely say it's not a version they'll be returning to anytime soon.

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Photoshop's recently celebrated its 26th birthday and to mark the occasion, CreativeLive has shared a rather amusing video they put together last year that shows far how the popular photo editing software has really come.

In the video, you'll see various Photoshop experts attempting to edit or create images with Photoshop 1.0 and the results are far from perfect. 

The first version of Photoshop doesn't have layers, you can only 'undo' and 'redo' by one step and there's no live preview which makes applying effects such as vignettes rather hard work. As you can imagine, image load times are rather slow and only basic editing tools are available. 

The video's a funny watch that also really shows how far editing tools have come in terms of the features and tools they offer today. 

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