Category Archives: Photography

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I really like using Instagram. I think it’s fun. Most photos that I send through an Instagram filter are ephemeral. I want to share them. I want to add a fun filter, but I don’t necessarily want to also scrapbook … Continue reading

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Instagram Book from Blurb

I’ve been curious about the Instagram books from Blurb for awhile now. They sent me a coupon for a freebie to try out as long as I post about it, too. I really like the size. It could fit in … Continue reading

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Photography Bundle Giveaway from Ella Publishing

Ella Publishing Co. has a bundle of photography e-books that I get to giveaway to one of my readers! Just leave a comment below for your chance to win. I’ll select a winner from all entries on Wednesday, June 6, 2012 … Continue reading

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Where Do I Spend My Scrapbooking Dollars?

This entry is part 34 of 37 in the series Minimalist Scrapbooking

This entry is part 34 of 37 in the series Minimalist ScrapbookingIn the comments section on my most recent post at Scrapbook Update, I was accused of not supporting Local Scrapbook Stores. I find this really troubling. I started out … Continue reading

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No (Flash) Photography

A Week in the Life has raised some comments out there in cyberspace about restrictions on photography. These restrictions force scrapbookers to tell the story in a different way. Instead of photos, you might have to just use words, collect … Continue reading

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Do You Make Photobooks?

Do you make photobooks? I primarily make photobooks as gifts. It’s a great way to share a bunch of photos of my daughter as a gift to her grandparents. It does take time, but not quite as much time as … Continue reading

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Is Editing Photographs being Dishonest?

This entry is part 4 of 86 in the series Scrapworthy Lives Results

This entry is part 4 of 86 in the series Scrapworthy Lives ResultsEach Wednesday, I write a post from my dissertation. Many scrapbookers, if not most, edit photographs in one way or another. Photographs are edited from the beginning—when the … Continue reading

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Learn to Use a DSLR

It is Week 2 of Shimelle’s Blogging for Scrapbookers. The prompt in my inbox today is about blogging your goals. Well, my goal is combined with a confession. I only use auto-mode on my DSLR. I got my DSLR when … Continue reading

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Save 20-100% on Scan Cafe Orders Through Super Bowl Sunday

About a month ago, I wrote about backing up my printed photos digitally. I used ScanCafe. They have received and scanned my negatives. I just barely reviewed my scans online and deleted the ones I do not want (you can … Continue reading

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Scrapweb: January 7, 2011 Edition

Hope you have a had a great first week of 2011! Here are the best links from the web for the week: Strategies for better photo organization Resolution #3: Get the family involved! Photo Printing Sites: Shutterfly, Winkflash, & Snapfish … Continue reading

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