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Photoshop or GIMP

Dec 20, 2010, 06:59
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Photoshop or GIMP
I put Photoshop first to get your attention. I have been working with Gimp about six months. I have been working with Photoshoop 15 years. I now teach Gimp to young people because it is free. I also think gimp should be taught in US public schools starting in the 6th and 7th grade. I am into tech getting into schools. But what this is really about is since going over the forums for a while I have seen some really great work done by individuals on the forum. Some are very good and have been working with the program for quite a while. Very good creative artists. Don't know but some of you are probably in the multimedia industry. Others should be. The point. If you are going into the graphics field or a career in the multimedia market you will have to learn Photoshop. If you are good at Gimp you will have no trouble picking up Photoshop. Why? DreamWorks, the guys that made Avatar, Game designers and any graphics business use Photoshop. They don' use GIMP. You use their computers. I love Gimp more than you can imagine. I have 10 times as many youth going into digital tech because of the cost. But if you plan on going pro you will use PS. What I love about Gimp anybody can start at 10 years old for free and a little desire. If you are not going pro Gimp is as good as it gets.
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