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Subject:Re: PaintShop Pro5 vs. Photoshop??? From:"Klopfenstein, Ed (AFS)" <edk -at- ACCU-FAB -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 17 Jun 1999 09:45:58 -0700
In my experience, PhotoShop is the best image manipulation program on the
market and well worth the money. I've been using it for the past two years
and really like the Adobe listens to customers and enhances their product
with helpful tools. With Photoshop 5, you have multiple undo, new lasso
tools to make cutouts crisp, and excellent wizard features. It also does
well with color and handles the various image formats well.
The only downside is the interface. It takes time to learn the numerous
tools. If you take the time to figure it out, however, I think you'll be
Senior Technical Writer
Accu-Fab Systems, Inc.
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> From: Peter Kleczka [SMTP:pkleczka -at- YAHOO -dot- COM]
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> Subject: PaintShop Pro5 vs. Photoshop???
> Our documentation group wants a better graphics
> package. We currently use PaintShop Pro4.
> Could someone give me a rough idea of the
> comparative pros/cons between PhotoShop and
> PaintShop Pro5? I have PaintShop Pro5 at home and
> really like its multiple "undo" features and its
> layering features. But I have no experience with
> Is PhotoShop markedly better than PaintShop Pro5?
> What are some of the things we could do in PhotoShop
> that we couldn't do in PaintShop Pro5?
> Thanks in advance,
> Please email me (Peter -dot- Kleczka -at- na -dot- manpower -dot- com)
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