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Coreldraw 6X - Home & Student Edition

NorthBay

Janesville, US
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"RE: Coreldraw 6X - Home & Student Edition"

NorthBay Gold Member Nikonian since 01st Jan 2013
Wed 16-Jan-13 12:14 PM

I have both Elements and the full Coreldraw package, mainly for using Draw on non-photo projects. If you shoot in RAW, be aware that Paint uses Camera Raw Lab import your NEFs, and will erase or mangle your EXIF data. I spend weeks with Corel customer support on this issue, and they finally agreed it was a problem but didn’t commit to fix it. Paint does give you creative possibilities that are closer to Photoshop than Elements, if you’re looking to do that kind of work. I occasionally pull out my D70 to shoot IR photos, and Paint is a good tool for processing those images.
So, depending on what you’re doing, you’re probably better off with Elements or Lightroom. Hope this helps!

TJ McCarthy
WarAxe Photography

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