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Which Is The Best?  

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  1. 1. Which Is The Best?

    • Paint.NET
      30
    • GIMP
      1
    • Fireworks
      2
    • Photoshop
      10
    • Corel Programs
      1
    • MS Paint
      2


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Illnab1024 i rather agree although i voted PDN, for multiple reasons...

Easy To use

Can get VERY Good VEry FAst

Lots of Features!

Free!

and i can go on...

But! Photoshop does have many many many things Paint.net does not...

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I voted for Corel (even though it was spelled wrong).

It was a tough call. But, I believe that in a year or so my vote will go to Paint.net.

I already prefer it for most tasks over Corel PhotoPaint. But, there are many things it just can't do... yet.

Also, it is no replacement for CorelDRAW which is what I use for most of my vector drawing.

Normally, I use a combination of tools for a job.

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I only voted photoshop, because the work you can do with it is simply stunning. However, I'm a PDN fan boy at heart, and I'm sticking with it for a while :wink:

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I only voted photoshop, because the work you can do with it is simply stunning. However, I'm a PDN fan boy at heart, and I'm sticking with it for a while :wink:

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I voted PDN simply because it`s easier to get along with. I also have Gimp which,apparently, is similar to PS in a lot of respects(admittedly not ALL) and I find a lot of things that are straight forward in PDN are a pain in Gimp, 3D lettering for one.

So PDN gets the vote for useability.

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I voted PDN simply because it`s easier to get along with. I also have Gimp which,apparently, is similar to PS in a lot of respects(admittedly not ALL) and I find a lot of things that are straight forward in PDN are a pain in Gimp, 3D lettering for one.

So PDN gets the vote for useability.

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photoshop is the best, but also the most expensive and complex, PaintdotNet is the cheapest along with Gimp, but easier to use so I prefer PDN, but Photoshop is the best.

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photoshop is the best, but also the most expensive and complex, PaintdotNet is the cheapest along with Gimp, but easier to use so I prefer PDN, but Photoshop is the best.

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I've used Photoshop before and it was a little tough to use. But when I first saw PDN, I fell in love with it right away. :)

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I've used Photoshop before and it was a little tough to use. But when I first saw PDN, I fell in love with it right away. :)

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I'd never noticed this thread.. :P

Paint.NET is the best for simplicity and general use, but the best image editor is Photoshop.

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I'd never noticed this thread.. :P

Paint.NET is the best for simplicity and general use, but the best image editor is Photoshop.

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photoshop is the best, but also the most expensive and complex, PaintdotNet is the cheapest along with Gimp, but easier to use so I prefer PDN, but Photoshop is the best.

Cheapest? It's free! :wink:

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photoshop is the best, but also the most expensive and complex, PaintdotNet is the cheapest along with Gimp, but easier to use so I prefer PDN, but Photoshop is the best.

Cheapest? It's free! :wink:

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