In the first part of this 2-part series, we looked at the differences between Corel and Photoshop, but the second part of the series is about why Corel is a better solution for photographers than Photoshop. This time we look at Corel’s tools, and what’s special about it compared to Photoshop.
Here’s our comparison of the two:
Here, you can easily compare the two:
Here are the two features we’re looking for in Corel:
Lighting – the ability to add shadows (and light sources) – for more on shadows, see here Lightness – the ability to use light-weight elements, such as light bulbs (light bulbs are light sources but not shadows/lighting)
– the ability to add shadows (and light sources) – for more on shadows, see here
Let’s review some of the pros and cons of each and then see what’s different between the two.
Lighting (and other effects) in Corel is superior than Photoshop
All in all, the light from a light bulb is just as realistic as a light source from the street. Photoshop does add noise, especially where it’s heavy with noise.
It’s also important to note, that Corel does have Photoshop’s light tool and the options to remove shadows. In addition, there are more options than there are in Photoshop. For example, we had to create a new layer in Photoshop because we could not find one in Corel.
It’s also worth noting that Corel has multiple options for shadows in Photoshop. For example, the options include a color filter and another option for the effect that Photoshop does not have called Stroboscopic Light. These features are so good that this review is dedicated to them!
Also, in addition to the other light effects in Photoshop, there is a shadow filter that’s similar to Corel’s (called Stroboscopic Light) that is included for a cheaper price (free with Photoshop). That shadow filter also has different options than the one in Corel’s Light tool.
In my opinion, the one advantage in a tool like Corel that lets you do things in a completely different way is also the one that’s the main reason why it’s an overall better solution for photographers.
Lightness (and Stroboscopic Light) in Corel is superior to Photoshop
To compare it to Photoshop, there is a slight difference in lightness. Photoshop adds a gray box around a
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