Overall Satisfaction with Adobe PhotoShop
We use the Adobe PhotoShop application with the Graphic Design department of our team. We use it for making edits to product photography, infographics on product pages, and other graphics.
- Background removal from product photos
- Linear Gradient tool
- Export as whatever format feature
- Adobe PhotoShop in general is a great time saver.
- It does take a long time for the program to start up, however
- The most difficult task is onboarding new employees into Adobe PhotoShop who don't have experience with it. It's an investment for their future so we see value in it.
Canva is a great tool for creating infographics and it's free with limited options. Adobe Illustrator CC and Adobe InDesign are much more suited for creating infographics, however, I still selected Adobe PhotoShop primarily because of my familiarity with all of the tools and hotkeys. There are always workarounds from with Adobe PhotoShop, and I just haven't taken the time to learn how to use Adobe Illustrator CC as effectively.
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Adobe PhotoShop is wonderful for photo editing. The precision tools are incredibly helpful. I've been using Adobe PhotoShop for 5 years. If you are going to create a lot of infographics with text, I would recommend using Illustrator or Indesign more. The vector-based design seems to work better with the text implementation. My experience has allowed me to use Adobe PhotoShop for infographics, but from a beginner level, it's easier to just start with Illustrator.