"Jennifer in Paradise" is a scanned photo that was included with early versions of Adobe Photoshop as a demo image.
Origin[edit | edit source]
Photoshop co-creator John Knoll took a photo of his fiancée Jennifer in Bora Bora while on vacation after completing work on the film Who Framed Roger Rabbit in 1987. The photo was scanned on an early flatbed scanner at Apple Computer's Advanced Technology Group research laboratory.
References[edit | edit source]
- Jennifer in paradise: the story of the first Photoshopped image by Gordon Comstock, The Guardian. 2014-06-13.
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- The story behind the first Photoshop image by Rich McCormick at The Verge (2014-06-16)
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