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Is Working on Stills Easier in After Effects or Photoshop?

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Today our sister site Aetuts+ published an interesting article about some of the workflow differences between Photoshop and After Effects. Most people tend to rely on Photoshop for working with still images, but this article brings up a few interesting thoughts on why working in After Effects could be a better solution in some instances. Check out the article and let us know what you think!

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