About Photoshop CC
Adobe Photoshop CC is a raster graphics editor for Windows and macOS. Thomas and John Knoll invented it in 1988.
Since then, Photoshop has become the industry standard for editing raster graphics and digital art in general.
A raster image can be edited and layered with Photoshop, which supports masks, alpha blending, and various color models like RGB, CMYK, and CIELAB.
These functions need Photoshop’s proprietary PSD and PSB file formats.
Photoshop can edit or render text, vector graphics (mostly using clipping path), 3D graphics and video, as well as raster images.
Plug-ins are applications created and released independently of Photoshop that operate within it and provide new or improved functions.