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09-24-2003, 04:01 PM
is Ulead PhotoImpact 7 as good as, better then, or no where near as good as PhotoShop?
Let me know your thoughts.
Thom of TJDesigns.
09-25-2003, 02:26 AM
I doubt it would have all of the advanced features..but most likely has the most popular 'standard' features photoshop intitiated. If it's for primarily web use go for it, it's much cheaper!
09-25-2003, 02:35 AM
Oh, I already have both, but there was some friendly disagreement in my team as to which was better, value for moneywise sure Ulead is better but for features I feel photoshop maintains the edge. Just thought I would post here and see what you guys thought.
09-25-2003, 11:32 AM
Why do you have both programs? Does Ulead have features that Photoshop does not have? Do you mind if I ask what the split is among your 'team'?
09-26-2003, 05:10 AM
Do you have msn?
Maybe we could pick this up there, PM me your address.
09-26-2003, 03:52 PM
Topics of this nature are for the forum to read. Everyone should benefit from this information...otherwise we all might as well get each others e-mails and toss the forum.
09-26-2003, 03:54 PM
but surely you understand that i do not wish to share the finer details of my business with the whole world.
10-01-2003, 10:42 PM
Actualy I have tried both, I even tried Photo Impact 8 which comes with new features and better performance but I still feel it is for semi-professionals if I can say so. But Photoshop is still the professionals choice especialy for us here in the middle east as it supports the middle east's lanuages in a very efficient way
I've been using PhotoImpact and PhotoShop since early versions and I've always preferred PhotoImpact because of speed. Deadlines are always urgent and sometimes PhotoShop just requires that extra little step to get things done.
People that say PhotoImpact is for amateurs are unfamiliar with the all the features. In my experience some of my best jobs have been created using PhotoImpact.
Photoshop is great when you need the details to be perfect. But for web projects, what’s the point when you then have to reduce the size/quality. For web projects PhotoImpact is by far the superior tool. For extensive graphic design and detail, PhotoShop has the edge…maybe!
In fact I would like to challenge anyone using PhotoShop to create a superior graphic for the web…for example logos, icons, wallpapers, etc. I will use PhotoImpact the challenger will use Photoshop.