National Association of Photoshop Professionals: Goodbye (For Now)

In Tech and Internet by Daniel M. Clark0 Comments

This is weird little blog post because I'm going to recommend you join an association that I'm not renewing my membership with. The National Association of Photoshop Professionals has been a fantastic resource for me over the past four years. The benefits of membership are enormous: written and video tutorials, a rich community forum, discounts, perks, a subscription to the excellent Photoshop User magazine, and so much more. I'm proud to have been a member.

Proud Member... for 20 more days.

Proud Member... for 20 more days.

My membership expired this month, and I'm sad to say that I'm not renewing. I know that's not exactly a ringing endorsement, but all I can say is that I've used Photoshop for maybe three projects in the past year – two of them logos (which I should be doing in Illustrator anyway). So, NAPP, it's not you, it's me. I'm not taking advantage of everything you have to offer… but I hope that anyone who uses Photoshop regularly will.

In my experience, there is no better resource for learning Photoshop at all levels from beginner to expert. For $99/year you can't beat it.

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