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Five Year Anniversary

Exactly five years ago today, January 8 2007, I uploaded my first ever video tutorial to YouTube. I remember sitting down at midday and recording a tutorial looking at how to create a bolt of lightning in Photoshop CS2, and then uploading it to an old YouTube account I already had going. It took me two takes to record the entire thing, a far cry from the hours of preparation, recording, editing and presenting that my videos take nowadays.

3photoshop Around the Web

There are many ways to keep in touch with 3photoshop.com and receive news of our latest content.

I've added links below to the social networking sites we operate on, and our RSS feed for anyone wanting to keep in touch through their email account or RSS reader.

I've also added my personal Twitter page for anyone wanting to read what's on my mind.

November Update in December - Blog Post

Just over 3 weeks ago I posted a November update to my Youtube channel, today, as we head towards mid December, I thought I'd add it to the site just in case any of you missed it.

Essentially it's a quick promotional video for 3photoshop.com. It runs for just over a minute, and quickly explains how you get to the site, what's here when you arrive, the benefits of registering and information about our Facebook and Twitter pages.

I've embedded the video below.

Enjoy!

Out with the old Blog Post

After nearly a year in the making, welcome, finally, to the new and improved 3photoshop website. If you’ve visited before, you should notice a considerable difference (and improvement) between the old site and the new. If it’s not apparent from the look and feel, then let me assure you, things behind the scene have not just been updated, but completely ripped out and rebuilt. Why would I do such a thing? For two (main) reasons! One, we now have a community instead of just a website, and two, it’s made it so much easier to update and maintain.