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Photoshop tutorial

I would like to share my little experiences in Photoshop with others. I'd like to know which is the best place to submit them as little four or five step tutorials. I don't want to host it in a different server, so I'm looking for a web site which hosts my article as well.
Please advise
Huji
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cre8tiveCommented:
Great place for both:

http://www.tutorialoutpost.com/
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hujiAuthor Commented:
The link you provided like many others, asks for a URL to the tutorial. I want a service which hosts it itself.
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cre8tiveCommented:
Would you consider posting the tutorial in a forum like a lot of tutorial sites are doing?
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cre8tiveCommented:




Designer today:

http://www.designertoday.com/Info.aspx


You could also submit to Deviantart.com

http://resources.deviantart.com/tutorials/

They accept articles as well, but you must join.
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tordanaCommented:
www.pixel2life.com is a large tutorial site, as well.
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hujiAuthor Commented:
>> www.pixel2life.com is a large tutorial site, as well.
Again, it only accepts links to original tutorials hosted elsewhere, while I'm looking for a service offering hosting as well.
@cre8tive: Your last two links were much like what I'm looking for. I have contacted designertoday.com and will join deviantart.com soon.
Thank you
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top_rungCommented:
http://www.tutorialsite.org/addtutorial.php

or

http://www.tutorialpimp.com/


I can't say they are the best or not as that is purely subjective, but I have used a few of their tuts.


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cre8tiveCommented:
huji,

I'm glad those links were helpful.  There is another site I believe that also accepts articles and tutorials.  One of the sites is down and I can't remember the other link.  I'll post them as soon as I remember.
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cre8tiveCommented:
Here's another link to post tutorials.  They seem to be posted inside forums.

http://www.graphicaddicts.net/ptutorials.php

More:

http://www.zymic.com/view_tutorial.php?id=65

http://www.allgraphicdesign.com/submitarticle.html    (article submission)
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tordanaCommented:
@huji: Oops, sorry... missed that statement in your question.

In that case I'd recommend zymic.com, as cre8tive just mentioned.
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hujiAuthor Commented:
@top_rung:
tutorialsite.com does not host the tutorials. The other one is the same.
@all: every web site accepting a URL to the tutorial is NOT what I want and should be excluded from your responses, please! :) [... well unless there is evidence that they will host the tutorial after they visit a draft in a different URL.]
@cr8tive:
Finally, I decided to use the "contact us" links and ask the web sites' admins in that regard.
Thanks again
Huji
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top_rungCommented:
I'd like to see what comes of it...If you find "the site", please post it.


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TheRookie32Commented:
Talk to velvis at: http://www.velvetelvis.com/phpbb2/index.php and she will host the tutorials for you.  They are just beginning to get many tutorials posted there.

Or host the tutorial as an image at http://www.imageshack.us and link to it from these different sites.
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hujiAuthor Commented:
TheRookie32,
At least in my location, imagehshack.us is a filtered web site. Because of that, I can't see many of the tutorials submitted on several sites, correctly!
That is because imageshack.us hosts any type of image, including porn etc. That's why I don't want to use this trick. If the tutorial (and the image files) are hosted on a Photoshop tutorials web site, they won't be filtered anywhere.
Thanks for the other link as well.
Huji
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tordanaCommented:
Straight from the imageshack ToS:

The following types of files may not be uploaded under any circumstances:

    * Files that are pedophiliac. This includes, but is not limited to, persons under the age of 18 either posing as "models" or taking part in otherwise sexually implicit or explicit situations.
    * Files that are illegal and/or are in violation of any United States laws pertaining to digital content usage.
    * Files that are pornographic. This includes, but is not limited to, files depicting genitalia, nudity, or sexual situations.
    * Files that infringe on the copyrights of any entity. This includes, but is not limited to, copyrighted photographs, as well as files for which user lacks usage and/or distribution permissions.
    * Files that are not of the allowed filetypes. This includes archived non-image files.
    * Files whose intended use or purpose is:
          o to harass individual or multiple persons.
          o to show evidence of the black-hat hacking of systems to which user does not have authorized access.
          o the promotion of products or services through direct advertisements for the purpose of commercial profit, without first attaining the permission of ImageShack®. This includes, but is not limited to, email spam and banner advertisements.

They don't allow porn images or anything of the sort, so I don't know why they'd be filtered...
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hujiAuthor Commented:
the cut-off for a web site to be filtered in my region is a bit harsher than what you pasted and sometimes a random effect is added. :(
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cre8tiveCommented:
Huji,

any luck so far with any of the suggestions?
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hujiAuthor Commented:
cre8tive,
I contacted the other web sites' administrators, but I didn't have a reply from their side.
It seems that graphicaddicts.net is the more appropriate solution.
I'll upload my tutorials later when I have some free time. I'm busy with other issues at the moment.
Thanks for your attention.
Huji
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