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What is the difference between CorelDRAW and Photoshop?

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F. Daniel

F. Daniel

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F. Daniel
F. Daniel, Content Optimization Executive, Diploma in Journalism, California

Answered Jul 15, 2019

CorelDraw and Photoshop are two examples of graphic design software. They are used by web designers to create images and manipulate them into something that appeals greatly to the eyes. Web pages are built up in terms of graphics through the use of software applications like CorelDraw and Photoshop. However, there are some differences between CorelDraw and Photoshop. CorelDraw is a graphics design software application designed by Corel, and it is used for editing and creating digital images through the use of commands that are in the form of a mathematical formula.

CorelDraw and Photoshop are two examples of graphic design software. They are used by web designers
It is used for creating vector images because it uses mathematical equations or formula to perform the operation. Photoshop, on the other hand, is also a graphics design software application designed by Adobe systems for windows to edit and manipulate images and create visual elements on web pages through the use of super image-editing features. Photoshop is mostly used by photographers and Web designers.

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