Gimp Vs Photoshop

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  1. lordsoccer10

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    Photoshop > Jesus
    mhm?
     
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    photoshop would win this big time i am a photoshop fan so i would have to go with photoshop
     
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    the two can't be compared, photoshop is much better.
     
  4. dope2k9

    dope2k9 The Tut Dude ;)

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    Wouldn't have Photoshop if there wasn't an Earth. -_-

    My opinion still stands: Photoshop is far better.
    And I hate Flash.
     
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    I've used both programs.First was Gimp.Yeah it was kinda easy to use but the signatures didn't look that good.But when i got PS it was like a new world O_O
    I had to ask mah frends all kinds of stupid things just so i can do the Blending options things xD.So yeah i've improved a lot with the help of Ps so PS rule over all design programs ^_^
     
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    PS no doubt. Comparing those two is like comparing an iPhone to the RZR

    Though in GIMPs defense it's a great program to start with, and I've seen some amazing things come from it. If you don't want to pay and arm and a leg to buy photoshop, then GIMP is a good option until you have enough money. Unless you want to do illegal things. >:)

    XD
     
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    [.BC.] .Sacrifice Banned from GR

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    *facepalm*
     
  9. }SoC{SainT

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    Facepalming is only good if there's candy in your palm, otherwise it's useless and not tasty.

    And why are we still discussing this?

    And Flash still sucks.

    And I just bumped the topic. Yeah, what now?
     
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    Photoshop. By far...
     
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    Adobe Photoshop CS4.
     
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    i use cs5
     
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    I prefer CS11 beta
     
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    I always liked to use photoshop, but when I moved to linux I started using Gimp.

    Gimp is great for doing small bits of work, but for a complex task I'd recommend photoshop.
     
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    I think it is both okay since signatures are not a huge stuff. ^.^
    But I for myself prefer Photoshop, jesus it is almighty.
     

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