Over the last two years, I have been happy to bring you the world's first – and perhaps still only – regular newsletter dedicated entirely to virtual photography. With fortnightly issues, the "VP Newsletter" has been packed with the latest content from TheFourthFocus Blog, news from the world of photo modes, and updates from the virtual photography community including themes, contests and magazines, all delivered directly to your email inbox.
As the VP space continues to grow, it is only right to try and improve, so it is exciting to announce a few changes to the newsletter that will hopefully help bring that content to an even wider audience
The main change is pretty simple. As of issue #64, the VP Newsletter will be created and distributed through the "Revue" platform...
Not only does this make it easier to deliver the same great content to subscribers via email, but it also means that the VP Newsletter page has moved to a new home on GetRevue. From here anyone can conveniently view the latest newsletter, along with the complete library of previous issues, share them with others through convenient social links, and of course subscribe to future issues.
More excitingly though, and thanks to Revue's integration with Twitter, you can now subscribe straight from your Twitter account and reach each issue directly through the social media platform. To connect, simply head to twitter.com/TheFourthFocus and look out for the newsletter box, I'll even change the icon to show a little unread counter every time a new issue is published!
What Do You Need To Do?
Anyone who is already subscribed to the VP Newsletter will continue to receive it via email as normal, so if you are happy with that, then I guess the answer is nothing. However, you may need to reconfirm your subscription via your Twitter profile to be able to access it that way.
Of course you can also unsubscribe at any time from the bottom of each newsletter – though why would you want to do that, right? – but I would also love you to look out for the simple "Did you enjoy this issue" vote where you can let me know if the content was good or bad.
So that's it, subscribers keep an eye out for a new issue every two weeks, and always feel free to get in touch with any content that you would like to see covered in the future.