Where Do I Start With Making A Photobook?
Posted 25 July 2013 - 12:53 AM
I have some photo albums I want to make with my digiscrapping i.e. our wedding, daughter's 16th birthday and my 10yr old daughter's birthday. I intend to make them into printed photobooks BUT I have never attempted this before. I have only ever made single pages that I print at home. I have no idea where to start other than some collections I have purchased.
Can you recommend the best software for this project?
Who is the easiest and reasonably priced company to go through for printing?
Plus any other advice I might need to know?
Thank you heaps in advance
Posted 25 July 2013 - 08:47 AM
My best advice is to have fun with each project and don't let it overwhelm you!
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Posted 22 August 2013 - 12:38 PM
This happens because the proportions of our JPG are not the same as the proportions of their template. If the side edges are getting cut off, that suggests a template that is a little taller and less wide, than your JPG.
...but when I went to add my digi pages the two side edges were cut off significantly. Any tips on how to do this...
As a test, go back to your layered file, make your canvas a little taller and fill in the extra background. Save as JPG and upload it to see if less is cut off.
If still too much gets cut off, increase your canvas height a little more. When you find that perfect canvas size, you can use it for the rest of your pages.
Alternatively, seeing how much is cut off the side, you can go back to your layered file and move your elements in from the side. The outer edge of the background will be lost when printed, but not anything important.
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