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Adobe Photoshop 1.0 - 1.1

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Adobe-1-0.sit (489.63 KB)
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AdobePhotoshop1.img_.sit (430.72 KB)
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Adobe_Photoshop1.sit (433.43 KB)
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Photoshop_1.0.7_CLEAN.sit (862.08 KB)
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Photoshop_1.1_updater.sit (361.77 KB)
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3rd_Party_Software.image_.sit (101.38 KB)
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aps-1-user-guide-pdf.sit (48.59 MB)
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aps-1-tutorial.pdf.sit (29.38 MB)
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Addendum_to_Version_AP_1.0.7.pdf.zip (3.35 MB)
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Guide_to_Plug-Ins.pdf.zip (2.25 MB)
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Manufacturers_of_Plug-ins.pdf.zip (913.82 KB)
For System 6.x - Mac OS 9

    When brothers Thomas and John Knoll began designing and writing an image editing program in the late 1980s, they could not have imagined that they would be adding a word to the dictionary...

    The fate of Photoshop was sealed when Adobe, encouraged by its art director Russell Brown, decided to buy a license to distribute an enhanced version of Photoshop. The deal was finalized in April 1989, and version 1.0 started shipping early in 1990.

    That first version of Photoshop was written primarily in Pascal for the Apple Macintosh, with some machine language for the underlying Motorola 68000 microprocessor where execution efficiency was important. It wasn’t the effort of a huge team. Thomas said, “For version 1, I was the only engineer, and for version 2, we had two engineers.” While Thomas worked on the base application program, John wrote many of the image-processing plug-ins.

— Excerpts from: The Computer History Museum    

Other Adobe Photoshop Versions: 0.6.3 (pre-Adobe) | Pre-release | 1.0.8 LE | 2.0.1 | 2.5.1 | 2.5.1 LE | 3.0 & 3.0.5 | 3.0.5 LE | 4.0 | 5.0 | 5.0 LE | 5.5 | 6.0 | 7.0 | 8.0 (CS1) | 9.0 (CS2) | 10.0 (CS3) | 11.0 (CS4)

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k

Macintosh SE or newer

Source code is available from: The Computer History Museum

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melomac's picture
by melomac - 2018, April 1 - 3:32am

I had a freeze using Photoshop 1.0 on Macintosh SE and System 7.0 / 7.1 when opening the "color" picker. The error code was 29, i.e. dsNoPackErr 17 + Color Picker 12 (this is an error code "overflow").

It turns out that if a user installs System 7 for Macintosh SE "only" (as opposed to all Macintosh installation type), the resource PACK #12 is not installed in the System suitcase.

To fix the error, copy paste resource PACK number 12 (the Color Picker) from Installation 1 disk System suitcase, to the machine System suitcase, and no more freeze \o/

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2018, February 26 - 11:23pm
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@melomac: Thank you for the updater to version 1.1, - I ran it on a System 6 install and it updated version 1.0.7 to 1.1 OK.

Have to say it is the strangest looking updater application I have seen to date - I hope it is an official update. If it is, I'm speechless - Loved the spinning dog-bone tho' Wink

eisnerguy1's picture
by eisnerguy1 - 2018, February 10 - 8:01pm

You rock! Thank you!

slomacuser's picture
by slomacuser - 2018, February 10 - 7:12pm

Added scans of Addendum to PS 1.0.7, Guide to Plug-Ins and Manufacturers of Plug-ins

eisnerguy1's picture
by eisnerguy1 - 2018, February 10 - 1:38am

Awesome! Thanks! slomacuser, if you look at the Tutorial I uploaded, it mentions on pages 3 what was included in the Adobe Photoshop software packages

Might you have the Third-party software documentation or the Quick Reference Card? If you have either, would it be possible to scan them? If it's too much of a hassle, no worries. Thanks again for uploading the plugins disk.

slomacuser's picture
by slomacuser - 2018, February 9 - 5:52pm

uploaded

eisnerguy1's picture
by eisnerguy1 - 2018, February 9 - 4:26am

Even it's nearly the same, any chance for uploading the 1.0.7 plugins disk anyway?

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2018, February 9 - 12:46am

same plug-ins and two more

Thanks, plug-ins for Photoshop version 1 are rare. By two more do you mean the two C-Cube Microsystems compression/decompression plug-ins for 020 or higher Macs? These appear to create compressed tiff's using JPEG compression. Proprietary by the looks as nothing else seems to be able to open the lossy files they create (unless these plug-ins are being used).

slomacuser's picture
by slomacuser - 2018, February 8 - 11:29am

You are right it has the same plug-ins and two more

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2018, February 7 - 8:50pm

there's a 4th disk that should've been included with the 1.0.7 package. "A third-party software disk, containing plug-in modules".

The disk set for Photoshop 1.0.8 LE has a plug-ins disk. I don't know if it is the same as what would have been included with the 1.0.7 set, but I can confirm that they are compatible, they're from the same year (1990) and are on an 800k floppy image.

I would be good to get the original tho' and compare.

eisnerguy1's picture
by eisnerguy1 - 2018, February 7 - 8:24pm

Awesome! Thanks!

slomacuser's picture
by slomacuser - 2018, February 7 - 5:56pm

I have all disks and can do that

eisnerguy1's picture
by eisnerguy1 - 2018, February 7 - 4:51pm

According to the PhotoShop Tutorial PDF, there's a 4th disk that should've been included with the 1.0.7 package. "A third-party software disk, containing plug-in modules". Here's a picture of all 4 disks:

If that 4th disk could be uploaded like the other 3 in the "Photoshop_1.0.7_CLEAN.sit" archive, that'd be amazing!

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2016, May 31 - 3:00am

@miku2007: I don't think it would be possible to thank you enough for the upload of the original Disk Copy 4.2 images. Amazing. Thank you.

LeoET's picture
by LeoET - 2016, March 5 - 4:23am

Image in the second DL mounted without issue in Mini vMac. Much appreciated, 24bit. Thanks.

24bit's picture
by 24bit - 2016, March 4 - 5:27pm

Same here LeoET. I added a second DL made from the original in 8.6 with DiskCopy.

LeoET's picture
by LeoET - 2016, March 4 - 2:48pm

Attempting to mount the image in Mini vMac, SSW 6.0.8, reports that the disk needs to be unlocked, cannot write to the desktop?

taylordesign's picture
by taylordesign - 2015, November 3 - 1:03pm

"Huh, cool, except it crashes OS9."

I was able to run it in System 7.5 on a Performa 6300 and on Mac OS 9 running in Tiger's classic layer on a G5 tower.

I don't know how stable it is over time, but I did try a few things before quitting and it was fine.

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by MikeTomTom - 2011, January 25 - 12:47pm

@turtlecroc

  Huh, cool, except it crashes OS9.

Why am I not surprised? The same year this version of Photoshop was released (1990), the hottest, most powerful Mac on the planet, was the IIfx (if you could afford it) running System 6.0.x.

PPC Mac was still a few years off, and Mac OS 7.0 not quite ready for prime time.

This is ancient, ground-breaking software. Best left to emulators, or better still, much older original Macs and Mac OS's if you are able to...

Photoshop vers. 5 to 7 runs fine on Mac OS 9x. Versions 3 & 4 also run OK, but 5.5 and beyond are Appearance Manager aware (optimized to run on 8.0 or later).

Photoshop 1.0.7 will happily run on a Mini vMac or Mac Plus in one bit mono. Its output can print as full 24 bit color from that vMac or Plus. No mean feat.

turtlecroc's picture
by turtlecroc - 2011, January 25 - 1:33am

Huh, cool, except it crashes OS9.

n0's picture
by n0 - 2010, January 24 - 6:39pm
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This is a great little painting app. Wish they'd had layers back in those days, but still a fun relic that is compatible with quite a few image formats still used today!

Theram's picture
by Theram - 2009, August 23 - 5:20am
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tried to decompress it on my mac, and it says that the file is corrupt

Games-n-Apps's picture
by Games-n-Apps - 2009, April 28 - 11:28am

Original Download Address:
http://www.grenier-du-mac.net/fiches/applications/photoshop.htm

This site is in French, but the downloaded file is in English then.
Klick on the little 'Télécharger' (in green letters) and get the .sit-file. This app works in a 'Classic' environment with 'Tiger' 11 and is tested with Systems 7.5, 8.6 and 9.1 as well.

Games-n-Apps's picture
by Games-n-Apps - 2009, April 28 - 11:29am

Adding Tools to Photoshop 1.0.7:

[Edit] Dead link removed - MTT