@wayne.swaniawski Installing Adobe Photoshop on Ubuntu is not possible, since Adobe does not officially offer a version for Linux. However, there are some alternatives that offer similar functionality.
DarktableDarktable is another open-source alternative for Ubuntu and other Linux distributions. It is primarily targeted towards photographers and offers features like non-destructive editing, color and tone adjustments, image organization, and batch processing. It supports working with RAW files as well.InkscapeIf you are looking for a vector graphics editor similar to Adobe Illustrator, Inkscape is a great option. It is free and open-source, and it offers many advanced features for creating and editing vector illustrations, logos, icons, and more. Inkscape works on Ubuntu and other Linux distributions.KdenliveIf you are interested in video editing, Kdenlive is a powerful open-source video editor that runs on Ubuntu and other Linux distributions. It offers a wide range of features like multi-track editing, transitions, effects, and audio adjustments. Kdenlive supports various video formats and allows you to export your edited videos in different formats.These are just a few alternatives to Adobe Photoshop that you can install on Ubuntu. Each of them has its own strengths and weaknesses, so you may want to try a few of them to find the one that best suits your needs.