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Thread: Photoshop or Fireworks? Which do you prefer

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    Donor j0209 is on a distinguished road
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    Try sending a Fireworks file for output, see how far you get . I'm sure it has it's uses but they sure aren't print design.
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    I've found that illustrator and Photoshop mesh much better than fireworks, I use fireworks for flyers and the like, due to some features that are more readily available and accessable on the fireworks platform.
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    Preference

    I've never tried Fireworks and I rarely use Illustrator. My top programs are PhotoShop and Corel Painter but I love freehand. I currently go to school for graphic design (only 3 months 'til graduation) and I use PS and InDesign constantly for projects. It is a preference thing; most designers feel the same way about using InDesign or Quark. Sometimes it's just the one that is more intuitive for you.
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    They are totally different. I use fireworks for websites, photoshop for image editing. I think fireworks (legacy from macromedia) are a little redundant if you have dreamweaver.
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    PHOTOSHOP RULES!!!!!!!! cant wait till CS6
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    Photoshop

    Allways Photoshop. All you can do with fireworks also can do whith Photoshop, but better
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    Photoshop.
    But Fireworks looks nice for web graphics.
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    Jajajajajaja, yeah, very nice
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    i use illustrator for EVERYTHING now a days. print layouts still done in indesign however...
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    Things like these are really on a case to case basis, because either one of these software would work fine depending on your need. You have to be more specific with your question to get a decent answer.
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    Wink

    Quote Originally Posted by Imago View Post
    Fireworks is designed is a web package only. It is not intended for use in print design work-flows and it does not contain the necessary features for this. Therefore it can not be compared to Photoshop in this regard at all!
    I was just about to post the exact same thing!

    Anyway, I love Photoshop
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    Creative Suit is the professional stuf (Photoshop, in design and ellustrator)
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    I think PS is the standard for raster images.
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    I prefer Photoshop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Imago View Post
    Fireworks is designed is a web package only. It is not intended for use in print design work-flows and it does not contain the necessary features for this. Therefore it can not be compared to Photoshop in this regard at all!
    I must agree that Photoshop is the defacto image editing software, while fireworks continues to remain as a quick tool for web editing. Both have there place, however Photoshop dose much more but takes more to run and the learning curve is steeper.
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