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What is the best graphics software from your opinion ?



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What is the best graphics software from your opinion ?

Nowadays there are lots of graphics software available. Most of them are paid and some are free to use. I always use Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe ImageReady for my regular work. I really love these software. These are very user-friendly and I think anyone can learn to use these software. So, these three software are my favorite. I don't know about other graphics software. Because I didn't try any other software. Actually I am fully satisfied with these software and that is why I didn't search for any other software. However, let me know which graphics software you like most ?

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Shortie861

Adobe Photoshop used to be my go to a while back however with Photoshop being a paid software I wanted something that wouldn't cost me a lot as my level of graphic design wasn't worth the price tag of Photoshop. That was when I found GIMP which is a free software and so much like Photoshop. I tend to use GIMP more and more now, it's free and it seems more worthwhile that I use something free for the amount of graphic work I do.

Would I ever go back to Photoshop? Possibly, if I knew I was going to use it more often than I do now.




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jemuelterrado

Obviously Photoshop is the best software when it comes to editing photos and designing any graphical images. This is commonly used by professionals and you can't deny the fact that this won the title of being the best of all developed software. Photoshop brings your image into 100x better and colorful. I love Photoshop in all of its features. I am not a pro editor but i believe this is the best and most satisfactory image editor application.




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idealmike

Hmm I'm not sure but I would say probably PS for how comprehensive it is a a photo editing and image creation too. What it doesn't come with out of the box just in terms of tools, filters etc, can usually be added to it with a plugin of some sort. And it's got a fairly easy learning curve to it as well. I started off using that and used to follow video tutorials and guides on how to do stuff in it and that's how I mostly learned to use it. What is the best graphics software from your opinion ?




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galegatling

Adobe Illustrator for me. Next would be Photoshop. I am not a pro when it comes to photo editing. I only do basic ones but I used to work on a printing company and we mainly use Ai and Coreldraw. Corel is fine and it has very user-friendly interface and features. But I think it's still lacking some. This is where Ai comes in. You can always integrate them all depending on the file format that you are using.




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tophew

As an IT student i go for adobe, adobe is widely use by professionals over the years it is one of the great platform for editing videos , music, photos, but it takes time to master it for me kinda hard at first to familiarize all those functions. but with determination and perseverance you can master it.




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vinaya

I have not used many photo editing programs, I have only used Photoshop and Coral Draw. Based on my experience and research I think Adobe Photoshop is the best photo editing program. There are other graphic software from Adobe such as Illustrator, Image Ready, Lightroom, InDesign etc., however, among these programs, no one can be compared with Photoshop. You can do anything on Photoshop. However, photoshop is really hard to master. If you want to use a simple version try Photoshop Elements. It is cheap and easy to use version of Photoshop




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Nikko25

It depends on the type of project you are working on.When I was working as a lay-out artist for a government agency some time ago, the three major tools I loved using the most are adobe's Photoshop, Illustrator, and Indesign. For projects which required a lot of images like posters and advertorials, I usually go with photoshop. If the project demanded more vector art, then I would use illustrator. As for indesign, I usually use it for projects which are text-heavy and required a couple of pages like magazines, newsletters, booklets, and manuals.

Other than adobe, which are a bit more expensive to use, there are a whole ton of cheaper and free alternatives available in the market. As for the best, well, I think it is different for everyone. I think what suits your situation and style will always be the best one.




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overcast

I think as far as the graphics softwares go. All the best softwares on graphics industry are from Adobe. I have found that Photoshop and Illustrator are two of the best products they have. And there are plenty of people making use of them for everyday designs and the services. So based on that experience. I would say that Adobe's photoshop is lot better. And it can get things done pretty quickly. Corel's coreldraw is also good but it's not really photoshop and has different use case.




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tenthztar

I think it's the purpose of where you will use the software, Since there are a lot of software's that specializes in certain areas like manga artist which uses other graphic software's aside from Photoshop and Illustrator.

I believe that Photoshop and Illustrator are the best, But we can't really tell since new software's are developed each day. I feel like in the near future they will develop a software that can match or even surpass those two.




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gelotologist

From my opinion I would probably go with Adobe Illustrator which has more vector rather than pixel. Why I chose vector-based rather than pixel-based thing is because it creates vector graphics that will never decreased or loss its quality. And it's very helpful for me in terms of creating my own logos or design for some business.




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fulstaf

I hate to further boost a giant company, but I have to say that all Adobe product are great, and you can get support very easily. For lighter stuff you could try open source software like Painter or Gimp.




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Krisleen

Adobe Photoshop is the best graphics software for me. I've been using Adobe Photoshop CS3 for seven years now. I know it's very old but it's been very helpful to me until now. I am using the portable version. I like it very much because I can open it anytime and it saves more space in my computer since it has a smaller file size. I use Photoshop mainly for my offline freelance jobs. I do printing jobs and there are time when I am required to do a layout design for calling cards or flyers. This is where I use Photoshop. It's good enough for my basic editing needs. I often use smudge, color balance, brightness/contrast and lasso tool there. I get enjoy using this graphics software while monetizing it.




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