Photoshop Magazine


islandman

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jimmer116 said:
What's the best photoshop magazine that's printed in the US...

if there is such a thing.
There's a good one called "Layers". And there's also a good one called "Photoshop User". I subscribe to both and love them both very much. Layers covers more than just Photoshop (such as Illustrator, etc), so keep that in mind.

http://layersmagazine.com/

http://www.photoshopuser.com/psuser.htm I forgot that Photoshop User only comes with a NAPP subscription, but it's well worth it to me. It's by far the best Photoshop resource I have.
 

jimmer116

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islandman said:
There's a good one called "Layers". And there's also a good one called "Photoshop User". I subscribe to both and love them both very much. Layers covers more than just Photoshop (such as Illustrator, etc), so keep that in mind.

http://layersmagazine.com/

http://www.photoshopuser.com/psuser.htm I forgot that Photoshop User only comes with a NAPP subscription, but it's well worth it to me. It's by far the best Photoshop resource I have.

Thanks...for right now Layers looks good. Don't know about shelling out money for the NAPP membership. Maybe later for that.
 

aricher

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Photoshopuser is great but it's very expensive. I used to get it but found that I hardly ever used the tips & tricks. Now I just crib info if I happen to see it in the bookstore.
 

sarae

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You may want to check out your local library, either public or university (if you're a student.) They may have a subscription that you can either check out or read while you're there, and you could get a feel for the magazine. Also, what I've done is see what magazines are available to read for free, and then subscribe to one that isn't - to expand the amount you have available to you.

I've read both Photoshop User and Layers this way.. both have step by step tutorials, but I think that Layers has their source images available online for free, whereas you need the subscription to the other.