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New app makes learning Photoshop as easy as 1-2-3

Photoshop 1-2-3 is a new app from Imagine Publishing that makes Photoshop accessible to all. It's available now for iOS devices.

Imagine Publishing today proudly announced the launch of Photoshop 1-2-3 to deliver inspiration, techniques and tricks to the millions of Photoshop users worldwide.  Developed by the makers of Advanced Photoshop, Photoshop Creative and iCreate, and available on Apple’s Newsstand for only $0.99 an issue or $4.99 a year, Photoshop 1-2-3 is about making Photoshop accessible to all.

“Photoshop is used the world over and we wanted to bring a new digital magazine to market that inspires users with creative ideas and then teaches them the techniques, tips and tricks to make those ideas a reality,” said Editor in Chief Dan Hutchinson.

“The great thing about Photoshop 1-2-3 is that it’s fantastic value for money, immediately accessible, and packed full of inspiration for users of all levels.”

Editor Charis Webster, said “Photoshop 1-2-3 is unique in the market place in that it delivers expert Photoshop advice in easily digested bite-sized chunks. We’ve worked hard to create something different, and something tailored to the digital audience and I’m incredibly proud of the team and the final outcome.”

Photoshop 1-2-3 follows the groundbreaking subscription model pioneered by Imagine Publishing’s Brain Dump. Imagine Publishing is one of the UK’s fastest-growing multimedia content producers. Formed in May 2005, Imagine now publishes 21 regular print magazines, 30 digital apps, 25 websites, over 300 bookazines and thousands of articles every month in the technology, knowledge/science, videogames and photography markets. An Imagine magazine is purchased every ten seconds.