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Only this morning I was out walking when an elderly gentlemen stopped me and asked if I could direct him towards Long Melford. It being a town only 20 minutes from where I live, and one I regularly drive through while on my way to Portman Road (the home of my favourite football team) I immediately suggested he turn his car around, take a left at the mini-roundabout, follow the road for around 3 miles until he sees a signpost for Clare, take the left and keep going until he cruises down a big old hill and into the town of Long Melford.

The Facebook 100 -Blog Entry

Today, Sunday 14 March 2010, saw our 100th person become a fan of the official fan page on Facebook.

Having launched on 21 October 2009, I have to say I'm immensely proud of attracting that many fans in the space of 144 days, especially considering that after a relatively slow start we saw 72 people become fans inside the last 72 days, indicating that as we grow, the rate of fans clicking on that little 'become a fan' button has grown too.

Download ‘A Beginner’s Guide to Photoshop Elements’

Today announces our new premium download service making the popular video series ‘A Beginner’s Guide to Photoshop Elements 6’ available for download at the bargain price of £7.99. Here are the advantages of purchasing it-

3photoshop Around the Web

There are many ways to keep in touch with 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.

Happy Holidays 2009

Hi there!

I just wanted to take this opportunity to wish everyone out there a happy holiday season and a successful 2010!

Quicktime Out - Flash In - Blog Post

Over the last few weeks I've been busily compressing our entire quicktime video collection to flash. Even though there's no change to the size, the collection itself, or the way they play on the site, I figured for full disclosure of what the site is going through (aka a site blog), I'd keep you updated on the latest why's and how's. For the technical stuff, read on.

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 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.


3photoshop are on Facebook and Twitter

Keeping up to date with new tutorials and the latest site news has never been easier. We’re on popular social networking sites Facebook and Twitter, so if you have an account please consider adding us to your friends list.

We plan on keeping these pages up to date, and using them to gain more opinion on future tutorials and ideas to improve the site.

You can find us on Facebook at-

Looking for Tips and Tricks? Blog Post

It’s been almost a month since the launch of the new 3photoshop website so I thought I’d take this opportunity to tell you about some new features on the site, and what I’ve still got in store!

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.