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jhbren

Member Since 27 Apr 2006
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In Topic: Photo Books

Yesterday, 08:09 AM

Hi, Karen

 

I just received the photo books I made of my summer trip - four copies.  I created the facing pages together, but on separate 12 x 12 templates (which were resized later), so I had a 12 x 24 workspace.  Of course, it's possible to create in one large space and then crop into two pages.  

 

The printing company I used, My PicTales, does have the option to upload a two-page spread, and provides templates so you can see what space is "safe" and what will be trimmed.  I didn't use this option, but it's available.  I did find the uploading process to be a bit frustrating at times, but it worked, eventually, and the printed books were just fine.  Hope this helps.


In Topic: Scav-10-Ger Hunt - Friday's Forum Game

24 October 2014 - 08:54 AM

Thank you, Valerie!  Searching was fun.


In Topic: Scav-10-Ger Hunt - Friday's Forum Game

24 October 2014 - 08:31 AM

a camera     http://store.scrapgi...ini-p29200.php#

a film strip  http://store.scrapgi...ents-p26638.php

a bike  http://store.scrapgi...wers-p30726.php

a car  http://store.scrapgi...gie-p23094.php#

a truck/digger  http://store.scrapgi...tion-p28759.php

a bottle  http://store.scrapgi...ggie-p29602.php

a glass  http://store.scrapgi...ggie-p17891.php

a cup/mug  http://store.scrapgi...nts-p30734.php#

a drink  http://store.scrapgi...gie-p27526.php#

a straw  http://store.scrapgi...ion-p22590.php#


In Topic: Gallery Layouts

24 October 2014 - 06:51 AM

I have a large collection of saved layouts from the gallery, which I store in an iPhoto library (Mac).  When I see a page with aspects I really like, and might want to use for inspiration (or even scraplifiting) I right click on it and save to my desktop.   I'm able to save images from the gallery and the newsletter. Then I open the image in PSE, add the URL from the gallery so I can link it if I do need to credit it later.  On the PSE page I add the creator's name, list of products if appropriate, and notes about what caught my eye.  I save the file as a jpg and file in iPhoto, attaching keywords to help me find it - children, scenery, heritage, etc.   It never needs to be printed.  I think other photo storing programs, such as Picasa, would work for this, or you could create your own filing system.  Hope this helps!


In Topic: High Noon Crop & Scrap10 Challenge

22 October 2014 - 10:58 AM

I'm going to miss the chat, but there's a page in progress - hope to post on time!  Have fun chatting!