Digital Scrapbooking

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Thomson/Course Technology, 2004 - Computers - 274 pages
Providing an overview of digital scrapbooking for the new to intermediate scrapbookers, this book shows the reader how to design and produce digital scrapbooks, which can be printed, posted to the web, or shared on digital media. Basic photo preparation and editing are covered, along with tips for better picture taking. Page layout and the incorporation of non-photographic elements are discussed, and instruction is given on creating one's own graphical elements, whether for use in a digital scrapbook or to be printed and used in a paper scrapbook. Both paper scrapbooking and digital scrapbooking have become quite popular, especially now that digital cameras are in common use. With all the information provided in this book targeted specifically to the digital scrapbook audience, its value over the cost of monthly magazines is strong. Written in tutorial style with the use of various applications to demonstrate techniques, this book is presented in a creative manner that the scrapbooking audience can relate to.

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About the author (2004)

Sally Beacham first developed a passion for computer graphics by stumbling across an online course taught byż Lori J. Davis. Sally has developed material for featuring Paint Shop Pro and other applications, as well as paper and digital scrapbooking. She combines her love of paper crafting with her digital creativity to produce purely digital projects, as well as "hybrid" paper crafting projects. She's been a beta tester and consultant for several software companies, and has contributed to several online newsletters. Her photographs and digital scrapbook layouts have been published in several popular scrapbook magazines. She resides in southern Maine with her husband and two cats, and spends her free time bragging about her grandsons.

Lori J. Davis is a former college teacher and technical writer who first developed a passion for computer graphics several years ago when developing a personal Web site. She has taught many computer graphics classes online, has been a beta tester for several graphics-related applications, has served as the technical editor and occasional contributor to, and has contributed a series of articles to Digital Camera Magazine. Currently residing in New Jersey, Davis has also authored several books including "Paint Shop Pro 7 Solutions" (Muska & Lipman Publishing, 1929685483) and "Paint Shop Pro 8 Power!" (Muska & Lipman Publishing, 1929685386).

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