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  • is NAPP any good?

    I was just wondering if the NAPP (National Association of Photoshop Professionals) is any good. (www.photoshopuser.com) i know they have a good magazine, and i noticed that they have a discount for college students (like me). Is it really worth joining for $89. or should i just stick to buying the magazine every once in a whille?? is anyone a member?
    thanks,
    LIAM

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  • #2
    I think NAPP is just another way for a comapny to make money off of designers. Even the magazine is thin in regards to content, at least IMHO.

    Allen



    Allen Harkleroad
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    • #3
      ok man, just another gimmick I guess, I occasionaly read the magazine in my local bookstore, but it doesn't even come close to the magazines i acctually buy, :
      Computer Arts is freaken awesome, it has so much inspiration and tips and tutorials, and is only 15.00 per issue which isnt too bad since it comes from good old England
      well, i gotta go, talk to ya later, thanks for the advice
      LIAM

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