GoPaintShopPro.co.uk is a website for users of Corel's photo editing application PaintShop Pro. On the site you'll find workshops and tutorials that show you how to do the kinds of things people always want to do with their digital photos and maybe even some they never thought of. Some of the tutorials are very basic, others more advanced, but whatever your level of experience I hope you'll find something here that helps you get to where you want to go with your photography.
If it's PaintShop Pro tutorials you're looking for, you'll find them all in the PSP Tutorials menu on the left. Some people prefer to watch videos, others are more comfortable with step-by-step instructions that they can follow at their own pace, and you'll find both in the Tutorials section of the site. I've tried to keep all of the tutorials short and to the point, so, apart from the more complex projects, they shouldn't take you more than a few minutes to complete. None of the videos is more than five minutes long, if a topic is worthy of more in-depth treatment I've split it over several short videos.
I hope you enjoy GoPaintShopPro.co.uk and find the material here useful. If you do, and you want more of the same, check out my book, PaintShop Pro X6 for Photographers, published by Focal Press. It's the ideal companion for Paintshop Pro X6 as well as earlier versions, and will help you get the most from it whether you're starting out in digital photography or an experienced photographer wanting to familiarise yourself with the software. You can find out more about PaintShop Pro X6 for Photographers, including the table of contents and, coming soon, a sample chapter here on the site. If you do decide to buy the book, I'd appreciate it if you’d do so by following the links to Amazon on the right. These provide me with the income necessary to devote time to adding new tutorials and other material here.
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