Using each application for its strengths


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Using each application for its strengths

In this movie we are going to take a look at Painter and Photoshop. Both are world-class applications in their fields. Photoshop is excellent photo retouching and color manipulation tool, whereas Painter is best at expressive brush strokes and I use both in my workflow, because each application has its strengths and I use each for what they are best intended for. So I'm going to show you just a little set of slides here that kind of explain how I do my work and how I break it out.

I basically call this my Photoshop Sandwich with Painter in the Middle workflow, because I start and I end with Photoshop to do what it's best at, in the center of the sandwich, where the meat is. That's where I do all of the expressive work. So I start, as I said, in Photoshop, and for Photoshop once I'm working with an image, and this is particularly related to photography, I'll prep the image using Photoshop. I'll resize it for intended output. We mentioned resolution in an earlier vid...

Using each application for its strengths
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Using each application for its strengths provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by John Derry as part of the Painter 11 Essential Training

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Design
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Painter
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