I’ve Created a New Facebook Group
Just a quick notice! I’ve created a new Facebook Group where you can discuss any of the things you see here on the blog, or if you use any of my styles or presets, you can share photos you’ve created using these. You can also use the form to ask questions and get help from other members of the community.
I’ve just started setting this up, but I hope it can become a lively community, and a place for readers of this site to interact. I will be fairly strictly moderating it too, in order to keep it civil and on-topic. If you want to join up you can do so now by heading to the group on Facebook, but you will need to be on facebook for this.
I understand that not everyone likes or uses facebook, but it’s the most popular way of creating discussion forums at the moment, and I’ll look at others in the future such as discord. (If anyone has any other suggestions I’d love to hear them).
Cover image by Joshua Hoehne via Unsplash
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