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software for web digital graphics???

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by itade, Jul 11, 2007.

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  1. itade

    itade Thread Starter

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    Can someone kindly furnish me with a good software that is used to created stunning web graphics. I am familiar with photoshop, but I want to believe those graphics goes that. Please help out.

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  2. buck52

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    howdy and welcome

    " I am familiar with photoshop"

    If you are familiar with Photoshop and can't do it then I am stumped...
     
  3. slipe

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    Photoshop is usually bundled with ImageReady, which is for web design work. For really whizzy stuff you might look at Flash.
     
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    Thanks for that am evaluating the netstudio stuff.

    How about the other image:

    http://delits.com/webgraph.html

    What was used to creat the image???

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  7. lister

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    Any professional designer or 2D digital graphic artist would probably use Photoshop; it is the most powerful image editor around after all.

    A professional level of competency with PS can take years - I've been using it for nearly 10 years, and still find new ways to use/combine the various tools and effects.
    An often quoted saying is that there are 'at least 3 different ways to do any one thing in Photoshop'.

    Perhaps you should ask what element of the image you are having trouble creating and the members here could give you some advice?

    ps: the images in the links you posted could easily have been created in PS.
     
  8. itade

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    Thanks for your response. Any idea of a good PS CSS tutorial site?

    Thanks.
     
  9. lister

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    Photoshop isn't a web editor, for CSS you would do better with something like Dreamweaver.
     
  10. itade

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    Soory I wanted to say Photoshop CS3 there.

    Thanks
     
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