21    Common Image-Editing Techniques Using PHOTO-PAINT

Photography tells a different story than the vector graphics you create in CorelDRAW. Although vector drawings can look crisp, powerful, and brilliant in coloring, photographs typically mirror more of a literal human story. Digital images deliver emotional content through soft tones, an intricate latticework of highlights and shadows, and all the photorealistic qualities that portray the world as we’re accustomed to seeing it. Understandably, the tools you use to edit a digital photo or other bitmap image are different from those you use to edit paths in CorelDRAW. This is where PHOTO-PAINT enters the scene to round out your creative toolset.

This chapter introduces you to the fundamentals ...

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