Pixelmator is a relatively new application and, as such, it is not yet a full powered photo editing application like Photoshop, but it is much like Photoshop. It employs the same type of palettes, tools, adjustments and menus. Almost all of Pixlmator’s keyboard shortcuts are the same as Photoshop’s. So, if you have worked in Photoshop, there is very little to learn when using Pixelmator; you’ll feel quite comfortable. If you start off using Pixelmator and then, at some point, graduate to Photoshop, the transition will require little effort on your part to learn the Photoshop workflow. Pixelmator is Photoshop-esque.
That’s the beginning of Ken Stone’s new review of an image editing tool, which goes on to give detailed views, both narratively and pictorially, of this cool and inexpensive piece of software on Ken Stone’s Final Cut Pro Web Site. Here is the link for this article: Pixelmator
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