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Learning Guides Courses Design Illustration Code Web Design Photo Video Business Music Audio 3D Motion Graphics Free Courses NEW Guides Design Illustration Code Web Design Photo Video Business Music Audio 3D Motion Graphics Game Development Computer Skills eBooks Design Illustration Code Web Design Photo Video Business Music Audio 3D Motion Graphics Student Pricing Advertisement Design Illustration Adobe Photoshop Top 4 Alternatives to Photoshop For Mac Users Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement by Sean Hodge 10 Feb 2008 Length: Short Languages: English etina Bahasa Indonesia Adobe Photoshop Inspiration Gimp Pixelmator Deciding on an alternative for Photoshop depends a lot on what you use Photoshop for.
There are five apps that Ill give you some information about that are trying to compete head-to-head with Photoshop.
If you have more targeted image creation needs there are some apps that may even be a better option than Photoshop.
Its a modification of Gimp that is similar to Photoshops user interface.
You shouldnt buy software based solely on its brand design, but lets face it, it sure does help.
Pixelmator is a young application, but has a growing set of features.
For example, in their 1.1 release version, code named kitten, theyve just added tablet-based pressure sensitivity support.
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They have active forums, a downloadable manual for their product, and some juice moving them forward fast.
But a few issues would make me hesitate before investing any time into the software: their website lacks that professional feel that makes you feel confident about the software your buying, their forums dont appear to be very active.
Macapper does, however, give them high ratings and there is a Photoline Review there.
Photoline has a few features where it may edge out Photoshop that are pointed out in this review, so its worth a read.
There is a wide range of tools, lots of layers, effects, and workspace options.
While I often like that kind of interface, I would like more workspace options.
This product has a ways to go before it will meet up to its listed launch price.