Subject: Re: OT: Photoshopping school photos
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Subject: Re: OT: Photoshopping school photos
Date: Fri, 1 Dec 2017 20:26:06 -0500
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On 12/1/2017 1:21 PM, Sandman wrote:


> Mind you, Adobe probably *loves* that "photoshopping" is a verb and a
> household name. Sure, it means that whenever someone uses some other software
> to retouch an image it's still called "photoshopped" and that's trademark
> degeneration (like Jeep or Kleenex), but at the same time, Google thrived on
> the "verbification" of their trademark. In the end, I think it does Adobe
> mostly good. They still discourage it in their trademark guidelines, which
> you need not adhere to :)
Don't be so sure.