Who uses what program

Discussion in 'Graphics & Webdesign' started by death-droid, Mar 22, 2008.

What program do you use

  1. Adobe Photoshop

    64 vote(s)
    62.1%
  2. Corel Paint Shop Pro

    4 vote(s)
    3.9%
  3. Paint

    3 vote(s)
    2.9%
  4. Paint.net

    8 vote(s)
    7.8%
  5. Gimp

    14 vote(s)
    13.6%
  6. Dog waffle

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    0.0%
  7. GraphicsGale

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    0.0%
  8. ImageForge

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  9. Serif DrawPlus

    1 vote(s)
    1.0%
  10. Other

    9 vote(s)
    8.7%
  1. death-droid

    death-droid New Member

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  2. LHVWB

    LHVWB New Member

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    Go Adobe Photoshop.
     
  3. port5900

    port5900 New Member

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    Not 0n the list, but I use Adobe Fireworks also
     
  4. Jesse

    Jesse Active Member

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    I use Adobe Photoshop CS3 Extended.
     
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    Sohail Active Member

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    I use Photoshop...
     
  6. Jake

    Jake Developer Contributors

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    Photoshop CS3, only the best :)
     
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    TechAsh Retired

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    I use The Gimp. It's free and has most of the feature I need. The Gimp can be a bit confusing at times I think I've mastered the basic functions.

    I have also use Macromedia Fireworks, and I liked it because it is well laid out.
     
  9. de.monkeyz

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    Photoshop CS3 Extended Woo! If you're gonna make images, you may as well think big =D. I'm not even a graphic designer really either!
     
  10. Mekryd

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    I use Photoshop Elements 2 (I'm outdated!) and Inkscape. I have Corel Painter Essentials, but I haven't touched it in a good long time.
     
  11. Spartan Erik

    Spartan Erik Retired

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    Used to use CS2, but I got sick of the bloaty feel to it. Chose Paint.NET instead (much better IMO, but then again I'm not a hardcore photoshopper)
     
  12. soporteweb

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    i use gimp , but i use corel draw, and photoshop
     
  13. xanthophobia

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    I use Jasc Paint Shop Pro (before it got bought by Corel).
    agh, I want to learn Photoshop, but I find that it's not as intuitive as Paint Shop Pro :/
     
  14. IP-Drowner

    IP-Drowner New Member

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    Photoshop for me. All the other options seem to lack the tools that are supplied with Adobe Photoshop.
     
  15. Elements

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    MSPaint!
    I can use photoshop, and admittedly it is nice, but when I need to do something perfect, I always seem to go back to mspaint. pixelart/pixelediting <3

    Also: dithering, blending, and shading by hand is a real pain :|
     
  16. deadimp

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    I'm getting myself familiar with vector-based drawing in Inkscape.
    I'm not that much of a graphics person, but I can draw one mean symmetrical batman logo - gotta love the cloning.

    I've used GIMP briefly, and I need to start figuring that out. I'm also interested in writing small scripts in python (once I learn that...) and see what all I can make from that.

    I've used Paint.NET a little too back when I mainly used Windows. I plan on seeing how MonoPaint, a port of Paint.NET to the Mono platform (meaning it'll be availabe on Linux), goes and if it'll can be worth more than GIMP.
    KColourPaint is kinda fun too - a simple editor modeled after MSPaint (with most of the features the same).

    About two to four years ago I used Adobe Photoshop (I think I had version 6 at the time). I dabbled in it some, looked at some tutorials 'n stuff.
     
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    i always use ps cs3. im still a newb on PSing though. :) hope i can find a very good tutorial
     
  18. Pi606

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    I use Paint.NET. It's free, open source, and, by the looks of what's expected in v4.0, may become almost as good as Photoshop.

    Read about 4.0 here: www.getpaint.net/roadmap.html
     
  19. Smith6612

    Smith6612 I ate all of the x10Pizza Community Support

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    I mainly use Photoshop CS3, but I also use GIMP, Paint.net and MS Paint.
     
  20. modulus

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    photoshop is easily the best program with the best design features for designing, hence why it is used by proffesionals ;)
     

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