Today we kicked off a huge week at Envato (it's our 3rd birthday soon, don't you know?) with the launch of Phototuts+, our 8th site in the Tuts+ Network. There we'll be covering everything from beginner to advanced photography tips and techniques, post-processing, lighting and how to use your equipment with expertise. If you've ever wished you could take nicer photos, or to bump your nice photos into professional-level territory, Phototuts+ was created to help you!
Hit the jump to learn more about Phototuts+ and its editor, David Appleyard.
We'll be publishing a combination of step-by-step written tutorials and screencasts/video lessons. In most weeks we'll be publishing 2 - 3 high quality tutorials, so make sure to subscribe to the Phototuts+ RSS feed so you don't miss a thing.
If you think you have the skills to create a screencast or text and image tutorial for Phototuts+, it's easy to familiarize yourself with the guidelines and pitch your idea. We're hungry for user contributions and pay great money for tutorials.
Meet the Editor, David Appleyard
David Appleyard currently edits Envato's AppStorm blog, runs a successful design business and several other websites. David is also a passionate and skilled photographer, and in 2006 he founded a stock photography company with a partner. You can see a few of his photos in the Phototuts+ Flickr group, which, incidentally, you should also join!
Follow Phototuts+ on Twitter
If you're a Twitter user, don't forget to Follow Phototuts+ on Twitter for links, posts and general chatter! You'll also find our other Tuts+ sites on Twitter including the main @tutsplus feed for network news and site launches.
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