Hello, and welcome to the new website. Since the untimely & premature demise of the previous website, its been all hands on deck bringing this site (which had been in the pipeline) online a little earlier than expected.
So what’s different? Well apart from the new design which is a refined version of the previous website. We are hosting the site on a brand new domain name – alittlephotoshop.com – So even if you have reached us through the (.co.uk) or (.net) domains you are actually viewing our (.com) website. The website is also being focused more towards “Photoshop for Photographers” and we will be featuring a good balance of both Photography & Photoshop related content with particular emphasis on off-camera flash, small strobes, and studio lighting, because very soon we will have a new studio, where we will be able to feature photo-shoot’s created specifically for the website.
What else is new? Now, there is a more tutorial orientated blog. As you can see from the posts above, there will be on average 1 video tutorials or screencasts as we are now calling them and one article per week. Each screencast will be exclusive to the website and will feature the very best in learning for Photographers using Adobe Photoshop CS4, Bridge, Lightroom 2 and all completely free! You will also note that the quality of the screencast has been much improved with a better than HD720p quality and stereo sound. So don’t forget to click the full screen button!
Every 2 weeks will be working to a loose theme for the blog, starting with techniques relating to Black & White and I am very keen for you to suggest future tutorials for the blog as well as potential themes that we can wrap the screencasts around.
If you visited the previous website regularly, you will notice we no longer have a forum. This has been moved to a discussion group on Flickr and as long as you have a Flickr account (Free) you can participate in topics both relating to Photoshop, Photography and Lighting.
Our DVD’s and Actions now have there own store thats been fully integrated into the website and there is also a section for 1-to-1 training with me here at the training studio or online through screen sharing.
Enjoy the new website and I hope that you will share what you have learned with like minded photographers from where ever you are in the world. Please feel free to leave feedback, and suggestions on our comments section for each of the posts. Also remember, help us to continue providing top quality content by sharing this post with your friends via a social networking site by using the links at the bottom of each post. The more you share the more we can do for you.