Yes, we're looking for another great regular writer. Do you posses the artistic talent to create outstanding Photoshop designs, while having the ability to explain all the steps that got you to that final image? If that sounds like you, then we would like to hear from you.
New Regular Tutorial Writer
We're looking for a talented Photoshop Master. The position requires you to be reliable and determined to come up with new ideas every week, which isn't always an easy task. The ideal candidate will be skilled in multiple areas of design and be an excellent communicator who writes well in English.
Regular Weekly Submission Process
This is how the tutorials would be submitted each week. Before the end of each week you would send us a tutorial idea along with a polished image for review. You would also submit the finalized tutorial that was approved the week before.
So each week you submit two things:
- One Finalized Tutorial Ready to be Published
- One New Tutorial Idea with an Image for Review
By signing on as a regular tutorial writer, you qualify for additional compensation for the tutorials that you write. We pay $200 per tutorial for regular contributers. And if you have what it takes to write Plus tutorials, then we can discuss further compensation.
If you would like to be considered for this position, send us your best tutorial. Show us how polished and professional both your final image and writing is. Also, include a link to your portfolio and a brief description of why you're a good fit for the position.
Use our normal tutorial submission form, but in the the section marked, please provide a short paragraph about you, including additional information about your intention to be considered for this position.
Use the instructions on the Write a Tutorial page when formating your tutorials. Also, you can find some helpful advice in the post, Five Important Criteria that Make a Great Photoshop Tutorial.
Feel free to pose questions in the comments, but keep in mind only those that go through the submission process will be considered for this position. Good luck to everybody! And we look forward to adding another member to the Psdtuts+ team.
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