Photoshop vs illustrator
2015-03-12, 01:23 AM, (This post was last modified: 2015-03-12, 01:23 AM by BeLarge.)
#1
How you doing elites?
I have a question- I want to start creating logos for websites.
I know that there is two main programs that I can use ( Photoshop and illustrator).
Which one is better? What do you recommend?

Thanks in advance,
BeLarge.
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2015-03-12, 05:17 AM,
#2
Illustrator is good for creating vectorized logos. So I would personally go with illustrator, but Photoshop is much better in terms of usability.
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2015-03-12, 12:13 PM,
#3
(2015-03-12, 05:17 AM)Antonio Wrote: Illustrator is good for creating vectorized logos. So I would personally go with illustrator, but Photoshop is much better in terms of usability.

And I'll learn how to use Photoshop that means that I also know how to use Illustrator? This is hard to learn?
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2015-03-12, 06:13 PM,
#4
Photoshop and illustrator are diffrent, i would just get familiar with Photoshop and then go with Illustrator.

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2015-03-12, 06:49 PM,
#5
They're both intended for different uses.
http://www.creativebloq.com/adobe/which-...r-12121500

">Which is better for logo design?
Using Illustrator means your logo will be a vector object which is not part of a bitmap
...
WINNER: Illustrator"

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2015-03-13, 10:26 AM,
#6
(2015-03-12, 06:49 PM)Nightcore Wrote: They're both intended for different uses.
/adobe/which-better-photoshop-or-illustrator-12121500

">Which is better for logo design?
Using Illustrator means your logo will be a vector object which is not part of a bitmap
...
WINNER: Illustrator"

What is the different between vector object and bitmap?
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2015-03-14, 02:57 AM,
#7
(2015-03-13, 10:26 AM)BeLarge Wrote:
(2015-03-12, 06:49 PM)Nightcore Wrote: They're both intended for different uses.
/adobe/which-better-photoshop-or-illustrator-12121500

">Which is better for logo design?
Using Illustrator means your logo will be a vector object which is not part of a bitmap
...
WINNER: Illustrator"

What is the different between vector object and bitmap?

This explains the key differences: http://etc.usf.edu/techease/win/images/w...or-images/
But the most important difference which makes it better for logo designing is this:

Quote:Vector images are also more scalable than bitmap images. When a bitmap image is scaled up you begin to see the individual pixels that make up the image. This is most noticeable in the edges of the image. There are ways of making these jagged edges less noticeable but this often results in making the image blurry as well. When a vector image is scaled up, the image is redrawn using the mathematical formula. The resulting image is just as smooth as the original.

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2015-03-14, 03:59 AM,
#8
Photoshop in my opinon, easy and useful, i never tried Ilustrator.
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2015-05-23, 07:34 PM,
#9
Go for illustrator. My graphics designer is using it to create awesome designs.
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2015-06-03, 01:10 AM,
#10
If you are looking for vector logos then i suggest illustrator, if you are looking for pixel logos then i suggest photoshop.

I personally use illustrator.
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