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    Junior Member perimbean is on a distinguished road
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    For raster images, Photoshop.
    For other, Freehand, Illustrator or Fireworks is fine.

    Cheers!
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    Photoshop or Fireworks? Which do you prefer

    For photos -Photoshop.

    For Drawing or other CorelDraw or Illustrator.
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    photoshop for image editing, fireworks for creating web page content from scratch
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    They don't have the same purpose. Fireworks is very useful if you do web design. In fact you need both! So to answer your question it's impossible to choose between two program that don't do the same thing! There is a reason why they are both part of Adobe CSx
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    Photoshop and the save for web utility for slicing up links!
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    Photoshop 4 ever.
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    Fireworks for web slicing and buttons, and not complicated webdesign

    photoshop for everything else.
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    If you can get your hands on Photoshop and the time to learn to use it, you will not regret.
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    When I work with web design, I go for Firework. Others than that I go for PS.
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    I much prefer Photoshop, I can do what I need to for my very limited web requirements from within photoshop.

    I can see the benefits of fireworks, but I just prefer the interface in photoshop..
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    Even if Fireworks fuctions are tailored towards web use it's a pain to learn another app. So Photohop it is.
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    General choice

    It appears that the standard choice from everyone here is Photoshop.
    I must say that I would agree. I prefer Photoshop over Fireworks.

    I use Photoshop within my Graphic Design, and Photo Editing needs.
    Also, if you know how to work the functions properly, works just as well with image slicing to keep you from needing to learn an additional program.
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    Photoshop is perfect for hard retouching photos and Illustrator is perfect for web and basic retouching. but both are essential.
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    Photoshop : Of course ;)
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    do you have examples that have been made ​​with this plugin?
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