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Photo Book Anatomy: Our Vermont Photo Book in Action

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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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The Tale of the Photo Wizard and the Kitchen Timer

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The Tale of the Photo Wizard and the Kitchen Timer

Once upon a time, there was a woman named Lady “G” and she was exasperated by all the extra stuff she was procrastinating on like picking up the cleaners, matching the orphan gloves with their mates in the winter basket, and organizing and printing her hard-drive full of photos.

Yeah, she often used a planner effectively to organize the hours of her day, but whenever she sat to go through her photos from her Florida vacation photos of three years ago, ...

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Conquering Image Overwhelm

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Conquering Image Overwhelm

Because of the nature of digital photography, I used to suffer from image overload after I uploaded my photos onto my computer. I either let the images sit on my hard drive because there were just so many, or I printed everything, and slipped them into albums. Because I did not discriminate between the strong and weak images, my albums of the past lack punch and are pretty boring to look at, even for me.           ...

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