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I think there could be a tutorials section to the site simular to the member reviews where if somebody wanted to write a tutorial for a program they feel confident in (ie photoshop, final cut, logic, avid, ilife, mac osx, etc.) this could help people who want to pick up a new hobby but don't know how to use the software.
tutorials could start at basics and a basic tutorial must be in place before somebody goes into something more advanced (ie. basic editing in final cut should be in place before somebody writes a tutorial on chroma keying) and that way there will be a section of the forum people can to when the have questions on how to use software not neccesarily a problem with the software they have.. there could also be a request section to request a tutorial from the rest of the forum members.

I don't know just an idea I thought i had as I was willing to write a few tutorials but figured I would want to put them on this site as I don't really have any where else to put them, and not only me other members can do the same and we can create a library of tutorials all of us sharing information on software we are confortable with.

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I would be willing to write a tutorial....i don't know what on, but i can!
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Sounds awesome, I'd definately contribute.
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Sounds awesome, I'd definately contribute.
Ditto. I especially like writing hardware articles. Here's my article on how to upgrade the Mac Mini:

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I can write tuts for photoshop and imageready if we get a tut section
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we need to post a tutorial in there for burning dvds and how to set up your folding@home stuff...i can write both of these.

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I could set a couple up on the iLife aps.

I'd use Windows... but I like the Mac OS more.
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Tutorials for flash can also be arranged
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Tutorials for flash can also be arranged
Yes I can do some of those I learned a lot from the legendary frog forums tutorial section.
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Can you give me a link to these frog forums never heard of them
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Hes a really good flash animator named Joseph Blanchette
http://www.legendaryfrog.net/
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can provide more photoshop tutorials...
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We are waiting to see where this goes before we decide. But...
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