Adobe Photoshop vs Adobe Illustrator
Illustrator and Photoshop are usually most often used software in Graphics and web and many of us have a common question in mind and that’s what the use is, which is better and what’s difference between the two:
While both Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator have many of common features but, they both are designed for a specific purpose. Photoshop helps you create a unique look using existing images, Illustrator helps you create your own brand-new images. Let’s discuss the differences between the two in detail
Adobe Photoshop, or simply Photoshop, is a graphics editing program developed and published by Adobe Systems. It’s a computer pixel drawing program used mainly to create images that have complex texture and shading such as photographs and paintings, although created for image editing, the uses for Photoshop CS3 are unlimited It’s likely that nearly every picture you’ve seen (such as posters, book covers, magazine pictures, and brochures) has either been created or edited by Photoshop. Photoshop is better for photo retouch, photo manipulation, digital paintings, and photorealistic illustrations etc.
Adobe Illustrator is primary a vector graphic manipulation software. Its a program primarily used to create what is often called “outline art.” It is used to create images that are small in file size, but can be resized to any dimension while still maintaining print quality. Some common uses for Illustrator is for logos, illustrations, layouts for fliers, advertisements, billboards, signage, brochures, business cards, web design. With a vast array of templates that can help you get started and a number of different drawing tools, you can create your own unique graphics and artwork using Adobe Illustrator. CS5 was is the latest version and was released in April 2010.Illustrator CS5’s new features include a Perspective Grid tool, a Bristle Brush (for more natural and painterly looking strokes) and a comprehensive update to strokes
When choosing between Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator, consideration should be given to the type of project that is being produced. If the work requires more of editing images then Adobe Photoshop suits the best while if the work relies on type or other vector-based artwork then Adobe Illustrator works best.
So, Both the software have their own use and purpose it mainly depends upon the knowledge you have Training from a good and a professional Institute will definitely matters a lot though there are hundreds of Institutes which promises to give hardcore training but all that promises are fake, there is hardly any Institute like ADMEC which not only promises but fulfills its promises by giving professional training and that too at advanced level.