Jennifer in Photoshop, Creative Suite 6, 2014

Miami Beach 2014
Carroll / Fletcher
Series of 12 lenticular prints
Constant Dullaart Jennifer in Photoshop, Creative Suite 6, 2014 Series of 12 lenticular prints Dullaart's 'Jennifer in Paradise' series (2013-present) redistributes the image of a woman reclining on a beach in Bora Bora, originally taken in 1988 by John Knoll, the co-creator of Photoshop. This image subsequently became used as the programme's demonstration image and was therefore once the world's first and most Photoshopped photograph, as new users became acquainted with the product. The high-resolution version of the image is no longer available online, and so the artist has restored the image file pixel by pixel, before applying Photoshop's generic filters to create a range of distortions.