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    Lightbulb Difference between Adobe Photoshop & Coral Draw


    What Difference between Adobe Photoshop & Coral Draw?
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    If memory serves, Draw is vector-based, so it'll have more in common with Adobe Illustrator than Photoshop...
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    it's been a while since I used CD but when I last looked Ucht was correct - CD offers more Vector based support and page layout tools than actual image manipulation.

    Photoshop concentrates on working with exisiting images and "painting" with only limited vector support. I stopped using Corel when freehand was released and havn't looked back since!
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    Lightbulb corel and photoshop


    Photoshop is based on pixils (which means blowing up a smaller image will make the image look fuzzy and pixilated) Corel Draw on the other hand is based on object manipulation. If you are an artist without your computer, you might prefer photoshop, as I do. If you want to get into flash, or if you already know flash, you might prefer corel, because flash is also based on object manipulation. I guess illustrator must be too.
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    Is it Pixils or Pixel?

    Adobe - has a lot of brushes that you can use, it's also customizable too.

    Draw - has a limited set of brushes. If im wrong, please correct me
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    Thanks for the answer.
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    I have not even used CD most likely because I have been using photoshop since version 3
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    Corel draw is Vector based
    Photoshop is raster based

    Corel draw uses maths expressions, but photoshop all are pixels

    when we scale a picture it doesnt get worse in vector based
    But raster based it happens
    (PHOTOSHOP is resolution dependent)

    Vector graphics small in size

    And finally vector graphics slow when animate. Because calculations must be don on the fly. But raster it is speed.

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    Hi,

    I am new to the forum, and I always like when I see Photoshop and Corel put together. One is a bitmap editing software, good for making your girfriend look like a green alien (and paying the price for that later) plus a lot of other image manipulations, while Corel is like Illustrator, offering vector object manipulation, with some image editing capabilities.
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    Aside from all the points already made, a big difference is artistic control. All the creative affects you see in the majority of images are done in photoshop.

    Corel doesnt have affects. But when you combine the powers of both you can have a nice looking billboard with a huge logo.
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    Hi


    It is huge Difference between Adobe Photoshop & Coral Draw
    Adobe is manly for graphic editor
    both have their own good qualities.
    I used coreldraw heavily for those brochures, Finished artworks, those visuals that needs different color themes.

    Actually i think you should compare Corel draw with Adobe Illustrator . ( AI has vector drawing , am i wrong ? )

    Adobe photoshop is comparable to Corel painters IX. ( previously, it was corel paint )

    so, it depends on what final output you wants to achieve.
    If its all bitmap pictures, with lots of fancy effects and letterings, then you should go for photoshop.
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    For me Adobe Photoshop is the best compare to Coral draw.
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    Corel draw is a vector based program used to make vector art. Adobes answer to corel draw is Adobe Illustrator. Corel is an older program, although still being produced, but not widely used because Adobe packages their programs.

    Adobe Photoshop is a pixel based program that uses small squares of color to make a picture. This is called the DPI (dots per inch). Vector programs dont work in DPI.

    Thanks in advance,
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    Adobe photoshop is a pixel based.In Photoshop we can easily edit the image and resize the image.
    Coral draw is a vector based to making the vector art.
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