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Old 01-23-2009, 11:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Can someone please explain the differences(s) between Adobe PhotoShop and Adobe Image Ready?

Specifically, I am trying to find out why I would want to use one program over the other and under what conditions I would prefer one program versus the other. Thanks.
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Re: Question re: PhotoShop vs Image Ready
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Imageready has been discontinued, and its features incorporated into Photoshop and Fireworks. See:

Adobe ImageReady CS2 feature location guide for Photoshop CS3

As for the differences, according to information at this link:

http://iit.bloomu.edu/vthc/ImageReady/PDFs/ImageReadyBasics.pdf:

"Photoshop is an advanced tool for creating and editing graphics. It was originally intended for designing printbased graphics. Photoshop has some web-oriented features, but for the most part they are more limited than ImageReady's.

"ImageReady was created with the web in mind. It has more, and better designed, web features than Photoshop. With ImageReady you can add links, rollovers and animations to your graphics. But ImageReady lacks some of the advanced image-editing capabilities of Photoshop. (And it's slower!)"

Hope this helps.
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