Comments on: Adobe Field Trip-visiting the Photoshop Engineers The latest news about the top pixel wrangling application on the planet. Sat, 14 Sep 2013 15:12:44 +0000 hourly 1 By: Sanjeev Sanjeev Fri, 28 Apr 2006 12:00:50 +0000 Hey Nice stuff !!
I was thinking of getting there by any means to just see the Home of Photoshop.Now thats fulfilled!

Seetha need some dieting truly.

By: Sam Azab Sam Azab Wed, 22 Mar 2006 07:32:51 +0000 I started the latest version of photoshop which I had as always; waited for all the files that were required to load and start the software as always, but this time something clicked. I noticed the names of the people on the startup screen, the thing is I’ve always seen it, but I have never bothered to think for a second who these people were, what they looked like or what were their involvments with Adobe.. until today.

I’m a 27 year old (b. 1979) Egyptian male who has had the opportunity to become what I like to think of myself as an expert and professional in the IT networking industry, being a self-made freelancer. Having experienced the flavors of the IT world in the Middle-East, I’m sure those who’ve been here as well, know that piracy is pretty much the normal thing here.

I have to admit that on occasions I have had my share of pirated material due to whatever reasons, but I have to confess one thing and this is the main reason why I’m writing this and after going through the tour (which I confess was blown away by the expressions caught on camera) it came to my attention the hard work and effort it took for these people where it all started with the Knoll family and ended up with the products and services we have today. I realized that I am part of this network, not just a consumer, but as an amateur user I have created very simple pieces but considered personal to me using these products, and I created these pieces using software obtained illegally without purchase.

What I want to say in short. Is that the tour you have posted Jeff had really changed my perspective towards this issue. I want to thank you for changing me and shutting down that part of me. Be proud of the message you’ve sent out even if it was for one insignificant pirate.

By: zunigaudi zunigaudi Wed, 15 Feb 2006 19:12:16 +0000 what a marvellus place!!!
Giulia Z.

By: Mark McIntyre Mark McIntyre Thu, 09 Feb 2006 21:35:33 +0000 This thank you has been a long time coming.

I am not exagerating when I say that Adobe Photoshop made my creative career possible. I began with Photoshop 1 and all those great dialogues with Kai Krause on AOL trying to penetrate the fog of channel; continued through the years to 1996 and the convention in Santa Barbara with Russell Brown and animated gifs; to a career in 2000 as a photo retoucher/artisan for ad agencies, and just a month ago when I had my first gallery show of digital art, which I call “Pixographs,” that were created in Photoshop and would not have been possible otherwise.

Who would have thought that one could create abstract art from photographs?

Combined with digital cameras, printers and papers, Photoshop has opened an enormous frontier in the visual arts…one which has been barely explored.

Photoshop is and will continue to revolutionize the creative world. In time, it will be regarded as the equivalent to the invention of the printing press.

I thank you all for this enormous gift to the world and I hope you have some sense of your valuable work, thankless though it may be.

Very best,
Mark McIntyre

By: dpinto dpinto Tue, 20 Dec 2005 07:32:35 +0000 Which Camera and Lense did you use (Make and model numbers)for all these photographs. Maybe you’ve mentioned it somewhere, but i didnt have the patience to read.

By: mo mo Thu, 15 Dec 2005 02:04:18 +0000 I got a chance to meet Chris Cox – once at Adobe for a machine cussing session and again at his house warming party this December. The man is truly one to look up to. And Jeff, he told me to tell you to stop smoking!


By: ij ij Wed, 07 Dec 2005 17:56:40 +0000 How did you get hose overhead shots?

Carried a step ladder? A toy blimp? Trained a carrier pigeon?

Very fun to see, thanks.

By: Raja Pandian Raja Pandian Mon, 05 Dec 2005 18:18:27 +0000 Hi Jeff,

Its awesome…we really thank u a lot for sharing the photographs…otherwise we never got a chance to see the place ..gud keep it time surprise us with some more amazing photos..
once again a very big ttttttthhhhhhaaaaaannnnnkkkkkksss…

By: Billy Billy Thu, 24 Nov 2005 02:08:00 +0000 Hey thanks for the inside story! I have been hooked on photoshop since my first expierience with it. Genius I tell ya!

I am also in awe of how classy adobe’s marketing and business practices seem to be. I am not sure whether the later compliment is warrented because the preceeding compliment is absoultely deserved.

Anywho thanks for the tour, I think you folks have got it made!

By: Neil Snape Neil Snape Mon, 10 Oct 2005 14:01:30 +0000 What a blast to see the people behind the dev that has glued me to computers since Ps 2.5!
Next time try to snap a few tour photos when you’re flying over Adobe.
Great job Jeff.

By: Phani Sharma Phani Sharma Tue, 27 Sep 2005 14:52:25 +0000 HI Jeff!

I got this kool Link from my friend,it’s really amazing to see all the Photoshop Engineers who are back bone to this great Product!,as i am working with photoshop how cool & nice it was ….you people looks & works more than that!

It was a nice collection! of the Great Photoshop Engineers!

Keep it up!

By: arjun arjun Wed, 21 Sep 2005 15:09:46 +0000 Wow !
Wow !!
Wow !!!

By: Kiran Kiran Fri, 16 Sep 2005 06:06:03 +0000 Hi Jeff,
this is my first visit to PSN. Actually, i found this site through . This is a great site. Thanks for the Adobe Tour, i really enjoyed it as much as i enjoyed working with Adobe Photoshop. Seeing the staff in their various moods was amazing.

Thanks for all this Jeff.

By: Hadi Hadi Tue, 23 Aug 2005 17:42:31 +0000 Wow…what a report…what pictures…it was a magical trip inside Adobe world…I liked that photo with Airplane, Seetha and Marc in it outside on the patio …excellent report, 10 out of 10!

By: yashkhopade yashkhopade Thu, 18 Aug 2005 02:21:28 +0000 Hi Jeff,

Thanks for introducing the Adobe’s office and people. It was great experience reading and watching the snaps.

In our group (my friends) when we see such a good thing we always use to say “Maja aa gaya”. It’s a hindi words.

My all the best to such a wonderful company.

By: KingAdobe KingAdobe Wed, 17 Aug 2005 00:21:05 +0000 I wish work there , everything is wonderfull .. programs ,building , name of company and logo …All…

By: Karen Karen Mon, 08 Aug 2005 04:16:07 +0000 Cool office, cool people, cool company! Great tour Jeff :) Thanks for letting us see the Adobe world. It’s like the Photoshop application: amazing!

By: Leandro Leandro Sun, 07 Aug 2005 05:42:09 +0000 It looks like United Nations biulding!
There are people from everywhere!

By: George George Thu, 04 Aug 2005 13:17:41 +0000 Hi Jeff, as a developer working at a third-word country (Brazil) I can assure you: this is a dream to work in such company. Thank you for the images in this amazing tour.

By: Henrik Henrik Mon, 25 Jul 2005 05:01:30 +0000 Wonderful story, nice pics. Just looks all a bit too wonderful and harmonious, to my mind.