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Paint.net Or Photoshop?  

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  1. 1. Paint.net Or Photoshop?

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If you were to choose between Paint.net and Photoshop, which would pick?

I'd pick Paint.net because it is way simpler to use.

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If you were to choose between Paint.net and Photoshop, which would pick?

I'd pick Paint.net because it is way simpler to use.

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I have used Photoshop CS3. I always find the tasks that are common to both to be easier in PdN. I realize, however, that if I were to peruse gfx design professionally I would need something that is on the level of Photoshop...

For now though, I would have to say that I prefer PdN!

 

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I have used Photoshop CS3. I always find the tasks that are common to both to be easier in PdN. I realize, however, that if I were to peruse gfx design professionally I would need something that is on the level of Photoshop...

For now though, I would have to say that I prefer PdN!

 

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I voted PhotoShop...

*runs*

Thankfully though, since the question poses an impractical scenario, I will never have to do so.

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I am an organism, an animal, a creature, I am a beast.

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I voted PhotoShop...

*runs*

Thankfully though, since the question poses an impractical scenario, I will never have to do so.

I am not a mechanism, I am part of the resistance;

I am an organism, an animal, a creature, I am a beast.

~ Becoming the Archetype

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My photoshop cs3 comes in today. I think I can work with both, which should of been an option in the vote, but obviously photoshop is much more powerful, and cs3 smart filters are awesome. I think the biggest drawback in pdn is the lack of actual editable text layers.

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My photoshop cs3 comes in today. I think I can work with both, which should of been an option in the vote, but obviously photoshop is much more powerful, and cs3 smart filters are awesome. I think the biggest drawback in pdn is the lack of actual editable text layers.

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I would rather have pdn, because its a lot easier to use, and it takes pretty much no time to load, unlike photoshop. Photoshop has a ton more features, but I probably wouldnt use a ton of them. Also, pdn takes up pretty much no space on your computer.

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I would rather have pdn, because its a lot easier to use, and it takes pretty much no time to load, unlike photoshop. Photoshop has a ton more features, but I probably wouldnt use a ton of them. Also, pdn takes up pretty much no space on your computer.

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PdN, hands down, no questions asked.

I've worked with PS, and to tell you the complete truth, for normal uses, it is not worth a dime of it's cost.

If your running some kind of high end business, you might want to use it, but even for small everyday things, even for advanced graphic design, PdN is a need, not an option.

PS is a well maintained and well coded programs, don't get me wrong, but when it comes to learning, it is near impossible to say "Oh, ok I can understand that concept of that feature.", when in PdN, that wish becomes a reality, and it's not a joke. Interface is straight forward, it's obvious what every feature does, and it has a very smooth learning curve.

I can say without a doubt, if I ever end up doing graphic design as a career, or anything related, I will be using PdN whenever possible.

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PdN, hands down, no questions asked.

I've worked with PS, and to tell you the complete truth, for normal uses, it is not worth a dime of it's cost.

If your running some kind of high end business, you might want to use it, but even for small everyday things, even for advanced graphic design, PdN is a need, not an option.

PS is a well maintained and well coded programs, don't get me wrong, but when it comes to learning, it is near impossible to say "Oh, ok I can understand that concept of that feature.", when in PdN, that wish becomes a reality, and it's not a joke. Interface is straight forward, it's obvious what every feature does, and it has a very smooth learning curve.

I can say without a doubt, if I ever end up doing graphic design as a career, or anything related, I will be using PdN whenever possible.

"Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former"

[ dA Paint.NET Chat :: Yata on dA ]

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... what every feature dose, ...

Please spell it the right way... it's starting to get annoying. :roll:

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... what every feature dose, ...

Please spell it the right way... it's starting to get annoying. :roll:

v An excellent open–source strategy game—highly recommended.

 

"I wish I had never been born," she said. "What are we born for?"

"For infinite happiness," said the Spirit. "You can step out into it at any moment..."

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