Using each application for its strengths


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Using each application for its strengths

Painter and Photoshop are both very good at what they do. Painter is really tuned to being a artist's studio, and if you think about it, the way painter is laid out, it's very much like an artist will do in a studio; they'll lay tools all around them and grab them as needed. Photoshop is very good at image editing and it has a metaphor that's somewhat like a darkroom. So each of them has particular strengths, and what you want to do as a user of both Photoshop and Painter, is use each of them to their main strengths.

I am going to go through and show you the workflow that I've evolved over the years. And sometimes I refer to it as a Photoshop sandwich with Painter in the middle, and you'll see shortly here what I mean. So the top piece of bread in my sandwich is Photoshop. You want to use Photoshop for things like image preparation. If you have to resize the image for an intended output, you want to do that in Photoshop; it has far better resizing algorithms and...

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 12 Essential Training

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Design
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Painter
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