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I have an adobe cc subscription but their business model sucks, I have had affinity photo for a couple of years and now it’s been upgraded to 1.7 it’s great. I also use DXO PhotoLab 2 elite if I need to do a lot with a raw image. These two give me better results than Lightroom and photoshop so I will cancel adobe at the end of the year without any regrets. See More
Free alternatives like gimp (and krita) are sort of "go to" apps i can allways install and use for simple image editing or graphics on any computer. I find affinitys support for photoshop is great, but having support also for opening and editing gimp and krita would make the versatility and use of this program absolutely superb. See More
Fast, broad scope, works well with Photos, amazing effects. See More
When exporting graphics for the web there is no chance to get a preview. The only thing you can do is export multiple formats and compressions and compare the results afterwards. People have been asking for this basic feature for four years now, but the developers have other priorities. See More
Affinity Desiginer is a direct competitor to Illustrator (a vector graphic program as opposed to Photoshop a raster or bitmap program). The transition between working on a project in Affinity Photo and working on the same in Affinity Designer feels as trivial as changing a workspace mode, layers are kept consistent, it feels unbelievably flexible and easy to push and combine vector and bitmap graphics (or use the tools from the respective suites) together this way. See More
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Photoshop is used by professionals everywhere. It is taught in classes, used by artists and is even used by medical professionals. If you've seen a magazine ad featuring a model, you've probably seen the effects of Photoshop. You won't be alone when using Photoshop. The internet is full of tutorials and videos on how to use Photoshop. This fact, coupled with the trove of plugins available for Photoshop means you can use it it to make the professional looking or artistic images you need. See More
For a high-quality product, the price is high enough to match. With the new Adobe model, all Creative Suite Products are subscription based only. This means that for the complete "Creative Cloud" you are required to buy a year subscription for about 600 USD. In order to use just a single product, its a $20 monthly subscription. The cheapest option would be Photoshop Elements 12 which is a single time payment of less than 100 USD depending on where you look. See More
Photoshop is the most fully featured image editing software available today allowing you to perform highly advanced image manipulation. On top of that it offers features beyond the realm of typical image editing software tools such as support for video editing, 3d elements and 3d printing among others. See More
GIMP is completely free and open source, meaning you can use GIMP and all of its features without spending a penny. This makes it an excellent case for artists or designers who may not have the budget to spend over 700 USD on Photoshop. It is also available for free on Windows, Mac OS and Linux. It's licensed under GPL with source code available here. See More
Gimp has less features than programs like Photoshop, but for a beginner, or someone not needing complicated options, Gimp is the perfect choice. It allows you to quickly do basic photo manipulation so you can easily get the product you need without having to worry about complicated features getting in the way. See More
Krita's preset brushes are one of the default dockers. Each brush has a preview on mouseover that shows a detailed view of the type of brush involved. All the brushes also have useful and descriptive names such as "HP Pencil" or "Textured Fuzzy". See More
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