In his book The Photoshop Myth, Photoshop pioneer Bryan Peterson writes that the first Photoshop images were made with Microsoft Paintbrush, not with Photoshop. The first photograph ever taken was developed with a modified version of he Picaso Printer, a daguerreotype, and an 8-bit home video recorder on a Mac. The photograph was of Albert and Margaret Hamilton.
A sampling of the images by Peterson
2009; Jim Burroughs, creator of Photoshop, on Photoshop’s history; “I came from the operating system scene. I was one of the first people to ever design and develop an operating system. So what we did in Photoshop was we took all the things we learned in the operating system world and put them to use in a completely different way. So the animation was a great example of that. I’d draw a picture, then the graphics guy would do the animation. Then the animator would bring it back to me for me to review and edit.”
2008; Photoshop user Jeff Schmitt on Photoshop history: “I got into Photoshop like any software developer. I remember my first Photoshop image was a text file, something that I had created. But once I was in Photoshop, and started working with layers, and started using all the tools, it became clear this was what I wanted to do with my life.”
1991; Michael Frumin, author of “Digital Photography” and co-author of the “Photoshop For Dummies”: “The hardest thing for a visual designer to do is to get the look of the picture to stand out. And Photoshop wasn’t the first program to attempt to help. As early as 1982, Raymond M. Larson wrote a program he called Image-Flow for doing the same thing for graphics developers. But Photoshop became available in the early 1990s and really became widespread throughout the industry and throughout the American education system. It made people understand what a picture is. Suddenly, a drawing is a picture. Suddenly, an inking is a picture. This makes a big impact on people, and I think that’s a big deal.”
1990; The History of Photoshop by Thomas H. Lee, author of “Photoshop The History of a Revolution”: “I’d say that from 1988 to 1993 was the heyday of Photoshop. There were a lot of people running around doing crazy things with graphics and Photoshop was really the center of that. It was a lot more than just an image editing application. It was a great educational
Latest Photoshop Photoshop Review 2020: Can you Buy Elements 3 for Mac?
All you have to do is download the image editor and you’re ready to create an edit. Photoshop Elements 3.2 is now available for macOS Sierra.
The drag-and-drop interface makes designing edits easy. Elements helps you to create new images, add effects, alter size and change the color palette. And like most photo apps, you can save your work as JPEG, TIFF and RAW formats.
When you open the program, you’ll see the library, made up of Photoshop Essentials and Photoshop Elements, with the Essential presets appearing in the left-hand side.
Essential presets are tool presets made especially for Elements, which you can also apply to Photoshop. These include the Brush Tool with darker colors, the Picture Style adjustments with black and white photos, and the Album settings with preset designs to make collages.
2.6 x Digital Projector
Elements uses 2.6 x Digital Projector to display the image after you create it. It shows the image in full resolution, even though you can save the image for yourself at high resolution. The preview is a good feature to use when designing.
Some Elements built-in templates are also available with preset effects, so you can simply start designing without having to make too many changes to the image.
Overall, the interface is relatively simple and intuitive, making learning the program very simple. However, this is not always the case. A novice will find it difficult, as there are many features to learn. So, you’ll need to be trained to learn quickly.
You can save images to the Creative Cloud or if you want to use it offline, you can save them to the Mac’s Documents folder.
Choose from more than 300 fonts and edit color using the 4-band color palette. You can drag and drop pixels to add parts of the image, add a pattern or draw lines to the image.
You can also enlarge or reduce the image by entering preset quantities in the relevant fields. The software allows you to add text, manipulate the canvas or apply other effects.
Elements provides a choice of color levels for the entire image, including the Background, Foreground and Text. You can adjust the coloration and sharpen the edges of the image for a good crop.
C# List to Multidimensional Array
I have a list
Entity is a structure
public class Entity
public int id;
public string name;
public string description;
I want to transform the list into the following format:
public class EntityDTO
public int id;
public string name;
public string description;
public Entity array
I have tried List.Add() multiple times and tried to implement a foreach loop but it isn’t giving the expected outcome.
Given that you have a List, not a List, that means that you have to access its items via the indexer. Otherwise you would not be able to access the collection. It is also highly likely that the collection has a type different than EntityDTO (you should provide that in your question). For example:
List list = new List();
var dtoList = new List();
foreach (var entity in list)
var dto = new EntityDTO();
dto.id = entity.id;
dto.name = entity.name;
dto.description = entity.description;
The example above uses a simple foreach loop to loop through the list, you will of course want to use some kind of a ForEach-Loop instead. Note that if the type of the list is known, it would be more efficient to use a List to begin with.
“td_id” : ui.selectTdid[ui.selectTdid.length – 1].textContent,
“td_class” : ui.selectTdid[ui.selectTdid.length –
Iodine supplementation of critically ill patients with sepsis and acute kidney injury: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials.
Iodine is an essential mineral to support thyroid function and is a component of thyroid hormone, thyroxin (T4). Iodine administration is controversial for critically ill septic patients due to the risk of severe hypothyroidism. The objective of the study was to determine if iodine supplementation affects the short- and long-term outcome of critically ill septic patients with acute kidney injury (AKI) by conducting a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials (RCTs). Electronic searches were conducted for RCTs published before September 2014 using the PubMed, MEDLINE, and Cochrane Library databases. The primary outcome was mortality, and the secondary outcomes were serum thyroid hormone level, illness severity, hospital length of stay, and intensive care unit (ICU) length of stay. Nine RCTs were included in the meta-analysis, and patients from three RCTs were included in the sensitivity analysis. Patients in these three RCTs with AKI and sepsis received either iodine supplementation (I group) or no iodine supplementation (C group). Primary outcomes included ICU mortality (n = 7), hospital mortality (n = 6), serum thyrotropin (TSH) (n = 5), and hospital length of stay (n = 3). Secondary outcomes included illness severity (n = 6), ICU length of stay (n = 5), and hospital length of stay (n = 3). Results showed no significant differences in ICU mortality (RR: 0.93, 95% CI: 0.62-1.39), hospital mortality (RR: 0.77, 95% CI: 0.42-1.42), or serum TSH between the two groups (SMD = -0.06, 95% CI: -0.25-0.13). Compared with patients not receiving iodine supplementation, patients receiving iodine supplementation had lower duration of hospitalization (weighted mean difference [WMD] = -1.45, 95% CI: -1.95 to -0.95).Send this page to someone via email
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