File saving in the future, PSD or TIFF?

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John Doddato John Doddato Post 1 of 3
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Now that Adobe has come out with Creative Cloud as the only option to use PS in the future, I am starting to wonder if I should start saving my new files as unflatten TIFF and not as PSD files. It is a new concern seeing a PSD file is strictly a formatted to work on Adobe products. I currently use CS5 and it is doubtful I will subscribe to new C.C. What are your thoughts?
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gdjump gdjump Post 2 of 3
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Adobe Photoshop is powerful and it has many features, but even if it doesn't have the option we want, we can go the other way. there are many similar software that can save file as tiff, for example:
http://www.rasteredge.com/how-to/csharp ... -to-start/
http://www.rasteredge.com/how-to/csharp ... save-file/
Sonja Grünbauer Sonja Grünbauer   Post 3 of 3
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I don't know where you live but where I live our currency are down in the dumbs. So I have to carry on with CS5, like you. I could kick my backside that I did not buy the Extended to CS6 2 years ago, but nevertheless one still can buy CS6 via eBay.de
CC would work OK if $20,00 is not too expensive for you.
Corel Draw is another option. I worked with that many years ago which is much better than PS I thought then. BUT, I might be wrong.
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