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Photoshop vs Corel

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I'm getting into design and was wondering what program I should focus on first. I want to do a little of everything, but digital painting is my focus.

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Its been at lest 15 years since I used Corel so I know they made a lot of updates to it. I liked it when I used it. But recently I have be using Adobe both photoshop and Illustrator. If you wanting to do digital painting you and you are thinking Adobe look at Illustrator instead of Photoshop. When I worked with Corel I did not work with photos. I designed logos and advertisements with it.    

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I'd say Photoshop because you can do all sort of things starting with photo manipulation to retouching to drawing and much more.
If you want to work on vector designs, I advice Illustrator.
Tried Corel some years ago but it seemed kind-a confusing so I just stick to my tools.

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As far as digital painting, Photoshop is the winner! Coral draw would be more for vector artwork and is a bit outdated. I have experience with both software and the newest versions of adobe are just amazing. Hope this helps

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Photoshop is easier to start with, sure, people've said that before me.

For vector graphics, I've found that Corel is very easy to use, but the more experienced people recommended Adobe Illustrator to me instead.

I'm hardly picky, so I just use both for now, but could someone tell me what advantages Corel/Illustrator have compared to each other?

Figured I may as well ask here, since topic is relevant.

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