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Thomas Knoll is an Adobe Fellow and the software engineer who created Adobe Photoshop.

Thomas originally created Display 0.07 in January 1988 to display grayscale graphics while he was a doctoral candidate at the University of Michigan. He wrote this early build on a Macintosh Plus computer.[1] His brother John Knoll convinced him to to turn Display into a full image editing application that eventually became Adobe Photoshop 1.0.[2] Knoll's source code of version 1.0.1 was released to the Computer History Museum in February 2013.[3][4] Thomas continues to work on Photoshop on a contract basis, mainly on features related to Adobe Camera Raw.[1]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Celebrating Photoshop’s 25th anniversary by Martin Evening, Jeff Schewe, Amateur Photographer. 2015-02-17.
  2. Thomas and John Knoll by Jeff Schewe, Photoshop News, originally published in PEI Magazine. 2000-09.
  3. Adobe Photoshop Source Code by Len Shustek, The Computer History Museum. Archived 2013-02-19.
  4. Adobe releases original Photoshop source code for nostalgic developers by Bryan Bishop, The Verge. 2013-02-14. Accessed 2017-05-03.

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