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    Earn $$ for Photoshop Skills

    Good afternoon everyone,

    I am looking to purchase original photoshop tutorials covering the following subject matter:

    How It Works:
    You submit a tutorial; I review it for quality & originality. Should I like your tutorial and wish to purchase the content from you I will pay you via paypal for it. My current budget for payout is anywhere from $7.00 (for small simple tutorials) USD up to $20.00 USD per tutorial, depending on the size and quality of the tutorial.



    The tutorial(s) will be used on a site that is currently under development. However you will be given full authorship credit for the tutorial, as well as a text link back to your website (should you wish).

    Given that your tutorial(s) meet my criteria I am willing to buy a single tutorial from you, or 20 tutorials from you. Do as little or as much business with me as you like. This will be an ongoing program for the next several months. If you are interested in learning more details, speaking with me on IM, or possibly making money off of your tutorial(s) please do not hesitate to contact me via any of the following methods:

    Send me a PM here at Coding Forums
    MSN IM: coastalweb[at]hotmail.com

    Please visit: http://flyerexpress.net for full details, on what l'm looking for and how much l will pay.

    I look forward to hearing form you,

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    Awesome offer, too bad my Photoshop's not up to par.

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    7.) Upon acceptance of payment, you thereby transfer sole copyright ownership of said tutorial(s) and relinquish your own authorship copy rights. From which point the tutorial(s) are not to be re-published, or re-distributed under any circumstances without our prior written consent.
    So, do I get rights to my work, or not?

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    Regular Coder Coastal Web's Avatar
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    So, do I get rights to my work, or not?
    Nick, you get your name on it (either real name of nicname) and a link back to your site - should you wish. It's no different than writing for AP.

    Upon acceptance of payment, you thereby transfer sole copyright ownership
    Pretty self explanatory here...

    Once you agree to "sell" your content to me, you cannot
    a.) publish the article on any other site
    b.) re-sell the article to any similar programs
    Without prior written consent from myself.

    HTHs,
    SG

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    If the tutorials are to include screenshots, should each one have its photoshop version defined? or will this site be an audience for the latest and greatest PhotoShop CS2 users?
    "True knowledge exists in knowing that you know nothing."
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    Quote Originally Posted by ubik
    If the tutorials are to include screenshots, should each one have its photoshop version defined? or will this site be an audience for the latest and greatest PhotoShop CS2 users?
    No, tutorials covering anything from PS6 and up will work great. The "user level" that my target audience is should be able to translate the tutorials irregardless of version (with the exception of a few filters/effects/tricks that CS2 offers that other versions do not).

    But like l said, l'll accept nearly any tutorial that is both original, and has a nice final effect. With the exception of tutorials that have obviously taken the author no more than 5 minutes to slap together.

    Thanks for your interest.

    SG


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