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Where do I go after psp?

Where do I go after psp?

Where do I go after psp?

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CorelDRAW?
Photoshop?

I need your help experts!

RE: Where do I go after psp?

PSP 8 for web graphics leaves them all in the dust. Stay with psp unless you need to do some printing, then I'd go with PhotsShop/Quark.

mike

RE: Where do I go after psp?

I have to agree with mThomas. Keep with PSP if you are doing web graphics. I find I can do pretty much the same thing in psp faster and easier than I can in photoshop. Most of the plugins for photoshop also work with psp as well I believe.

Photoshop / Quark /Illustrator is what all the companies seem to want you to have experience in at least around my area. Industry standard I suppose, wish it was psp though (=

Hope this helps
Moira

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