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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On September - 2 - 2021
Jennifer

Jennifer

Photoshop is not an alien thing in the ears of any photographer today. Moreover, along with the development of digital photography, indeed, Photoshop has become the most popular digital imaging software now which can be used to manipulate and fix an image.

However, do you know who the first person to get featured on the first editing process of this very application is?

It was the photo above taken in the 1987 by John Knoll when he and his girlfriend, Jennifer was on their vacation in Bora Bora. Not long after the image was taken, John proposed to her to be his wife. Read the rest of this entry »

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