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The Step-By-Step Way To Add Journaling To Your Pages

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Picsaloo Pod software makes it easy to add journaling to your pages.
See below:
 

 
Text will fill the window you enlarged in step 3. If the text is too large or too small for the box, double click the little pencil from step 4 again to adjust.
 
Best part is that you can use any font that is downloaded in your computer. Just think of the ...

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Use Your Words

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Use Your Words

“Yep, it is totally true even though I still have my doubts. A baby girl is growing where only three little boys have been. How neat is that!!!? I called the Dr. and hospital twice to confirm that indeed they did not make a mistake.
 
I try not to get too excited till a healthy, beautiful girl is resting in my arms. I try to block out scenerios of little, ruffled dresses and manicures, the huge dollhouse that we ...

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Get Your Photos Off Your Hard-Drive

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So you’ve spent good money on a professional photographer to take pictures of your newborn, family, wedding, engagement party, etc..now what? In this digital age it’s so easy to let all those images just sit in a folder on your computer never to be printed out. Not only is that not a safe idea, what if something happens to your computer and you didn’t back up, it’s not ...

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Through The Lens: Rina Dweck

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Through The Lens is an inspiring series of interviews and posts that explore creative people who use photography in personal projects and in extraordinary ways.

I’m excited to introduce you to Rina Dweck. She is the creator of Project Face, a fan page and art piece on Facebook where she has committed to changing her profile picture on Facebook every single day for an entire ...

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It’s a Picsaloo Giveaway! Sign Up To Win!!!

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Where do you sign up?

Look to the right of this post in the side bar and you’ll see the form below to put in your info.
Or, you can find the form below on the homepage to type in your name and e-mail address.
Both places automatically ...

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Cyber Wanderlust: fun photo finds from my wanderings around the internet

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Below is a yummy sampling of awesome photo stuff from my cyber surfing as well as recommendations from other neat, photo lovin’ people (click on the item to be taken to the item’s site).

1. The Chalkboard Speech Bubble: $29

How fun is this prop!? Think of all of the possibilities: kids parties, girl sleepover dress-up parties, bachelor parties, engagement photos, photo booth style photos. There are so many fun ways to be creative, and funny with this ...

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Snapshot To Hot: Crystal Paradise

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Snapshot To Hot: Crystal Paradise


What do you do when you snap a photo but the results are blah?? You take the snapshot and make it hot in Photoshop!! Snapshot to Hot is a series that shows the process of how a snapshot can be edited into a portrait worthy image in Photoshop…I usually do major editing if I like the image enough to perk up the exposure or color.

Growing up, my family chose beaches over ski slopes during winter vacation. So, imagine ...

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Photo Book Anatomy: Our Vermont Photo Book in Action

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Hey There!
In my previous post I mapped out the steps I intended to take to make creating a photo book of my trip more manageable.
I totally rocked the plan!!

During the trip:
Import and sort (10-15 minutes a day)
At the end of each day, I took out my memory card and slipped it into my Vivitar card reader that was plugged into my laptop. I imported the photos straight into I-photo where ...

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Printing My Winter Vacation Photos

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Printing My Winter Vacation Photos

Scenerio One that I am totally guilty of…

I am excited and packing our suitcases to go on our winter break. Like most of us, I will bring my camera and snap hundreds of photos during the trip. Maybe I’ll delete the blurry ones on the spot. I’ll come home with bittersweet emotions of vacation elation and “I- gotta- unpack- the- dirty- laundrey- and- go- over- my- To- Do- list” dread. Last thing I am thinking of are my photos sitting ...

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Winter Vacation Photo Tips

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Why don’t you…

1. Frame your image, whether you use foliage, rocks, or palm tree leaves surrounding a setting sun. Costa Rica- photography by Steven Kassin

2. Photograph the locals and the local activity.
El Salvadore-photography by Steven Kassin

3. Capture a sequence that ends with an element of surprise.Read More →

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