In 1999, veteran Photoshop developer Mark Hamburg began a new project, code-named Shadowland (meant as a reference to the 1988 KD Lang music album of same name ). Hamburg contacted Andrei Herasimchuk, former interface designer for the Adobe Creative Suite, to get the project off the ground. The new project was a deliberate departure from many of Adobe's established conventions. 40% of Photoshop Lightroom is written using the scripting language Lua. In 2002 Hamburg finally left the Photoshop project and in fall of the same year he passed around a first experimental software sample that bear the name PixelToy to his former team mate Jeff Schewe for review, and later in middle 2003 presented a first version of Shadowland in a very early UI version to him. After a few years of research by Hamburg, Herasimchuk, Sandy Alves, the former interface designer on the Photoshop team, and Grace Kim, a product researcher at Adobe, the Shadowland project got momentum around 2004. However, Herasimchuk chose to leave Adobe Systems at that time to start a Silicon Valley design company. Hamburg then chose Phil Clevenger, a former associate of Kai Krause's, to create a new look for the application.
It’s another custom print template and a free downloadable template version. I’m not sure what else to say here. LOL!! 😉On June 26, 2006, Adobe announced that it had acquired the technology of Pixmantec , developers of the Rawshooter image processing software.