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    corel or photoshop

    Looking to get some graphic software. Whats every s thoughts on photoshop and corel?
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    Corel is the best software from vector graphic, and photoshop is the best program in photo editing, are differently thingh,+
    HELLO
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    Pixelmator rules!
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    But its true like others said that corel and photoshop are different
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    adobe products a more used as an industry standard... go with photoshop and illustrator
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    What do you do?

    I think this question is dependent on what kind of work you do or want to do. If you plan to work with others in the industry then the Adobe programs are the way to go as it will ease their pain. If however you are working al, I highly recommend the Corel Suite as it is cheaper and very versatile.

    For example, even now after using the adobe Illustrator for over 5 years, I still bang my fist on the table quite a bit when there is something that takes 4 steps but in CorelDraw is accomplished in 1.
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    Photoshop FTW !
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    It depends. Corel now has various products so what exactly Corel products are you talking about?

    Photoshop: Photo editing, manipulation, general gfx design
    Corel Painter: Best for digital painting. Its brush gallery is really impressive, especially watercolor s.
    Corel Draw: for vector graphics. Not sure about its capabilities comparing to Illustrator.
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    Please don't waste your time for Corel. Make sure you're fluent in Illustrator though.
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    Corel for vector touching. photoshop for photo editing and enhancing. different matter dude.
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    I would suggest you get Illustrator and photoshop, forget corel.
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    Photoshop cs6 ftw!
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    Go with adobe products. Photoshop & Illustrator. Stay far away from anything Corel.
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    It depends on what you'll be using it for. Will it be print or web? Corel is a good software, but Adobe products are more versatile... My advice is to go with Photoshop and in time learn Illustrator aswell. Cheers
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    Best to know both programs
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