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100 Tutorials & Still Going Strong!

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As the first ever world cup kicked off in South Africa last week, 3photoshop.com was celebrating a moment of history too - albeit on a smaller and slightly less physical scale, our 100th tutorial!

Yes that's right, last Sunday saw our 100th video tutorial go live on the site, Performance Preferences in Photoshop Elements. You now have access to 16 hours, 59 minutes and 20 seconds worth of completely free video tutorials covering Photoshop CS2, CS3 and CS4 as well as Photoshop Elements 6 and 8. It's hard to believe it's been 1252 days since I posted the first video on my Youtube channel but here we are.

And as far as the World Cup goes, I'm a hug fan of the competition, the spectacle and the way the people of South Africa have invited the world into their country. You can follow more of my thoughts, nerves and observations by following me on Twitter as I'll be tweeting about the World Cup as well as Photoshop news and information. England kicked off their campaign just last night against the USA, and fought to a 1-1 draw, and on reflection of the game it was a fair result. Tonight I've just got through watching Germany beat Austrailia, a fairy entertaining match in which the Germans reaffirmed their grip on world football.

If you're following the world cup then I hope you enjoy it as much as I will, and if your country is competing - I wish them nearly as much luck as England.

Enjoy

Comments

Congratulations

Keep up the the excellant work Matt. Here's to the next 100 video's being released by your good self.

Di

COngrats

Congrats Matt on 100th video.. great job...
thanks for all that you have done here...!!

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