Just curious if anyone knows of any deals coming up on Black Friday?
Forget Adobe - Affinity is way better and I haven't had any problems using PSDs or AIs with it. Plus they have a black friday sale 30% off everything - and it's 1 time purchase only:I´m gonna jump on to the Adobe Creative suite, for a 40% reduction, ends 26th of november.
Despite I have said not jumping on to prescription models, those tools are so needed right now for me so I have to, at least for the upcoming year, after that if it´s not doing
what it should for me, then I may jump of the prescription, unless a new good offer comes at that time.
Forget Adobe - Affinity is way better and I haven't had any problems using PSDs or AIs with it. Plus they have a black friday sale 30% off everything - and it's 1 time purchase only:
From the smoothest, fastest photo editing and graphic design software to the most powerful publishing software, Affinity apps are pushing the boundaries of what’s possible with creative technology.affinity.serif.com
Not sure what you’re talking about. No place asks if you have Affinity or Photoshop skills. It’s a given to have photoshop skills. And quite frankly, the two apps are pretty identical in interface as well as in functionality. One is $60 minus 30% off the other is >$50/ month.
also Premiere is getting janky and even the free version of Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve is better than it. Fusion while nodal vs AE’s layers is a workhorse. So unless you have specific plugins that only work with AE, I’d go with Fusion. A lot of the main plugins like Boris Continuum come in OFX versions that work with BlackMagic stuff.
it’s not some obscure weird app. Affinity is doing competent pro apps, no one can tell bc whether I did something in Affinity or Adobe if I deliver a PSD from either. Plus Resolve has just gotten so much better and more stable than Premiere (and I used to love Premiere).
There’s also pretty much zero learning curve to Affinity if you know Photoshop you know it too.
So does your response mean they will buy the software for me personally, before hired to learn it and be up to date with it? and they do so for 400 others applying who need to learn and also produce portfolios with it?So, does that mean the jobs you apply for need for you to bring your own software????
But in my case I literally loath Adobe.........ppffff subscription.
If you work freelance, the client wants a finished product, they don't care how it was produced.
Fusion being nodal is a plus.
Layer based compositing is outdated, and cumbersome.