Scrapbooking Digitally: The Ultimate Guide to Saving Your Memories Digitally

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Taunton Press, 2007 - Computers - 208 pages
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Forget about traditional scrapbooking! Throw out the scissors and glue and save your memories in a whole new way. Scrapbooking Digitally is a complete reference book for people of all ages. A step-by-step guide, Scrapbooking Digitally takes readers through every step of the scrapbooking process--from picking the right camera to working with software to learning creative tools, like altering images, typefaces, and backgrounds. It even offers inspirational sample pages and tips on how to go beyond paper to create one-of-a-kind clothing, jewelry, and home decorations. Complete with a CD of downloadable "paper" patterns and ornaments to help replicate what's on the page, this book is just what the savvy scrapbooker interested in going digital is looking for.
 

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Contents

Table of Contents
9
The Digital Craft Room
15
Digital Cameras
24
The Printer
34
PageBuilding Basics
42
LetterPerfect Text 110
54
Digital Design Basics
60
Troubleshoot Technical Problems
68
Photo Retouching
94
Digital Lettering Basics
112
Formatting Text
118
The Right Font for Your Layout
126
Type Tricks
132
Make Your Words Speak
144
The Digital Kit
175
Awesome Designer Digital Kits
196

ImageEditing Basics
74
Color and Exposure Adjustment
84
Resources
204
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

Kerry Arquette and Andrea Zocchi are the co-owners of Cantata Books Inc., a book packager specializing in the topic of scrapbooking. Prior to co-founding Cantata Books Inc., Arquette was Executive Editor of Books for Memory Makers, an imprint of F+W Publishing specializing in scrapbooking and paper crafts.
A graphic designer and photographer, Zocchi has a degree in photography from Knox College, and studied photography at the Rhode Island School of Design. He received his design training from the Massachusetts College of Art and The School of Visual Arts in New York City. He's formerly the art director for Memory Makers.
Managing editor of Cantata Books, Inc. Darlene D'Agostino got her BS in Journalism at Ohio University, and has been immersed in the world of scrapbooking for five years. She's formerly the associate editor of Memory Makers magazine.
Susha Roberts has a degree in Communications from Wheaton College (IL). She was a writer-turned-designer at the San Diego Union-Tribune, editor and designer for Chockstone Books and freelance designer for Memory Makers magazine and books. She is also an avid paper and digital scrapbooker.

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