Wednesday 16th December 2015
Photoshop Creative gets bigger & better for 2016!
Photoshop Creative magazine expands to incorporate expert tutorials, becoming the number one source for tips, techniques and advice
Imagine Publishing is pleased to announce that Advanced Photoshop has merged with Photoshop Creative to create the ultimate Photoshop magazine, with an extra 16 pages packed full of fantastic content.
Photoshop Creative now features expert projects to take your artwork even further, alongside exclusive interviews and guides from the world’s leading artists and designers, as well as behind-the-scenes looks at top studios.
“This is a really exciting move for Photoshop Creative,” said Editor in Chief Amy Squibb. “It has always been a brand that stands for creativity and clarity with its easy-to-follow guides, but the merger allows us to offer much more. Alongside the in-depth industry insight, the expert tutorials will help people master professional skills and hugely improve their artwork.”
On top of this great new content, readers will still get essential tutorials, a brand-new Elements section and a bumper collection of resources to download each issue from FileSilo.co.uk, including plug-ins, fonts, brushes, actions, stock images and more.
“I am thrilled that the decision has been made to combine two much-loved Photoshop magazines and very excited about the opportunities this will open up in the future,” said Sarah Bankes, Editor of Photoshop Creative. “We now have scope to expand on the popular topics we already cover and reach a much wider audience in the Photoshop community.”
Photoshop Creative has been the world’s number one resource for Photoshop tutorials and expert insight since it launched ten years ago. Always striving to be bigger and better, it’s the greatest resource for lovers of digital art and aspiring designers everywhere.
Imagine Publishing is one of the UK’s fastest-growing multimedia content producers. Formed in May 2005, Imagine now publishes 20 regular print magazines, 30 digital apps, 25 websites, over 280 bookazines and thousands of articles every month in the technology, knowledge/science, videogames and photography markets. An Imagine magazine is purchased every ten seconds.