Which is the best for Photo Editing? Adobe Photoshop or Corel Draw X6?

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I want to edit some of my pictures, can you suggest what is the best for this two software?
 

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Go for the Photoshop. Photoshop can outburst the beauty of your photo. Photoshop consists of so many tools that can make your photo improved than before. I think corel draw doesn't help you to edit your pictures but you can create pictures with it. This is only based on my experiences with this apps.
 

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I have tried both platform, each platform gives a unique with there user interface. although they might be somewhat similar, it still depends on the person using it. personally I prefer photoshop for photo editing. maybe because I feel that photoshop have a lot more users and it is so much easy to find tutorials that you can use. on the other side corel may not be as popular as photoshop but there are also some corel features photo editing.. although you may find it hard to get tutorials for corel.
 
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I am more familiarized in Photoshop so basically I use photoshop than corel when it comes to editing and drawing. If I only wanted to enhance the pictures, I use lightroom for that. It is up to you because there are some people who prefer corel but I think photoshop is more convenient and popular I think but it is really up to you. When I tried corel, I find it hard to navigate the tools since I am more familiarize with the tools in photoshop.
 

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Adobe Photoshop is very user friendly, quick keys are very easy to use since the sequence of drawing patterns are considered in the placement of Photoshop shortcuts. I am using Adobe Photoshop CS6, and it has serve me well. Also the compatibility in exporting to other image platforms is considered, I have minimal issues with image conversions. The quality is not compromised when compressing image outputs. The diversity of usage in image editing is very wide.
 
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Unfortunately photoshop is the best. The interface and layout make it the best to use. They just make it easy to use especially since essentially you can just right click and find the tool you need. I found myself getting frustrated with corel for task that should be easier. I love a lot of the brush use on corel though. I wish their was a good medium between the two because of the cost of photoshop but I don't think that will happen.
 
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Something you might want to try out it’s called Affinity Designer and Affinity Photo. I found myself switching from Illustrator and Photoshop which I never thought I would being a designer myself!

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The user UI is definitely easier to understand especially for beginners and the price is much cheaper than Adobe.

I find I can do everything I need to do and this can get pretty complex which includes creating vector images and extensive photo manipulation.

Also theres free trials on both and their iOS app for tablets is literally the same as their computer version which is awesome.

I hope this helps you and gives you more options! :)
 

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It actually looks pretty clean.

How long have you been working with it? And you mentioned cheaper, how much cheaper ?
 
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It’s really clean!

I’ve used it for a few months now and I have not looked back and this is from a lifetime Adobe Illustrator/Photoshop user!

It’s £48.99 to buy one time, unlike Adobe that’s like one month subscription price!

Google ‘’Affinity designer free trial’’ and you get 7 days trial with no card needed. That’s what I done and ended up buying it but hey, it’s worth trying out for free :)
 

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Just bought it, look forward to getting home and using it.

I got a bonus UI kit so I'm pretty happy with that.

I'm definitely not a fan of Adobe's pricing structure. They need to bring back the one time oayments!
 
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Good to hear, you won’t be disappointed. What sort of photo editing do you do or graphic creation?
I agree completely with you on Adobe, I’m not saying it’s a bad peice of software, it’s fantastic but honestly for a fraction of the price Affinity can do it all so why pay the premium? Affinity are going places and I fully believe in their product and I’m happy you made the right decision and saved you some money!
 

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I'm hoping to use it for a lot of things such as logos, banners and other graphics for my developments. But mostly for creating game assets.

Yeah, I don't disagree it's a great piece of software and affinity does the exact same thing for cheaper the price. I'm definitely going to stick with them for sure.
 
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I have Adobe Video Collection and Corel Video Collection. If I'm doing a lot of expensive editing, I make use of Photoshop. It's slow to tons, yet it has degrees of ruin, masks as well as basic power of raster data. If I have a lot of fast photos modifies, I want to utilize some fashionable filters on the image or making GIFs/PNGs, I such as Corel Photo-Paint. It loads faster and works quicker. If I'm processing my trip photos as well as wish to proof, crop and do straightforward edits, I utilize Adobe Lightroom. If I want to "draw" on a picture, I make use of Metacreation's Painter (which is now owned by Corel). It's unbelievable for the variety of brushes and textures for when the picture is just the beginning factor.

I use the device ideal fit to my requirements.
 
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