Photoshop

[foh-toh-shop]
verb (used with object), Pho·to·shopped, Pho·to·shop·ping.
  1. (often lowercase) to digitally alter (a photograph or other graphic) using image-editing software such as Photoshop:Her face is nicely Photoshopped in the ad. They’ve photoshopped the car onto an image of a beautiful beach.
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Photoshop

verb -shops, -shopping or -shopped
  1. (tr) to alter (a digital photograph or other image), using an image editing application, especially Adobe Photoshop
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"to edit an image using a computer program," 1992, originally, and properly still, only in reference to Photoshop, a bitmap graphics editor trademarked and published by Adobe, released in 1990. Like Taser and Dumpster, it has a tendency to become generic, but if you use it that way in print their lawyers will still send you The Letter. Related: Photoshopped; photoshopping.

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