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Photoshop vs Illustrator

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Hi,

The creation of logos is always done with vectors (illustrator, corel draw).

With the vectors you don't lose quality when increasing or decreasing the size,

for this reason, you could use the logo for business cards or for a billboard in the street.

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On 27/1/2017 at 6:34 PM, Ignition said:

Hi,

The creation of logos is always done with vectors (illustrator, corel draw).

With the vectors you don't lose quality when increasing or decreasing the size,

for this reason, you could use the logo for business cards or for a billboard in the street.

I absolutely agree! plus, with vectors it's easy to change color, or modify/reuse fonts, graphics, and so on...raster software is useful for other purposes, other than this kind of design!

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You can use illustrator to create your logo and use photoshop to finalize some datails.

Exemple: 

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I used illustrator to create a ball , pins and typography

and photoshop to create a shadow and worn out ball

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As others have said, for logo design, stick with vector software. Basically, if the artwork doesn't include "photos", don't use Photoshop.

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