Ep 38 Layout a Day – The Podcast: Finding Photo Flow

by Lain Ehmann on February 1, 2012


scrapbooking podcast Do you have hundreds or even thousands
of digital photos?

Do you hate having to search and search
to find the photos you want to scrapbook?

Do you need help making the whole process
of getting to the pictures you want easier?

You are in luck! Today I talk to Kayla Lamoreaux about her new
online class Finding Photo Flow.  Turn up the sound and join us
as she tells all about her class, what to expect, what will be covered,
who the class is for (hint: it’s not just for scrapbookers!) and what the
format will be. As you listen you will learn…

*how captions can be used to tell the story of a photo,

*how long it takes to become proficient at a single photo software program (and why Kayla’s put the time in for us so we don’t have to!)

*how being really nerdy can be fun and

*why I feel dorky!

Seriously, though, here are the links I mention in this episode:

Layout a Day Challenge – today is the first day of the challenge
but it’s not too late to sign up!

True Scrap III is coming in April so sign up for updates.

The free webinar by Susan Weckesser on How to Doodle will be February 23rd.

Kayla Lamoreaux’s  Finding Photo Flow class.

Join in the conversation on my Facebook page or leave a thought or
comment below and subscribe on iTunes so you don’t miss a single
scrappy tidbit!

Have a Scrap Happy Week -see you next time!

  • Sassynagle

    Holy Cow….I completely forgot about the podcast!!!  It’s been so much fun today in the gallery.  Perhaps I will listen while creating tomorrow.  Awesome first day, Miss Lain.

  • http://twitter.com/NevillesMom Mary McCarthy

    Yay! I’m so excited about True Scrap! I don’t even have to work that weekend, woo hoo! =)

  • Anonymous

    Did you see the list of instructors?? http://www.truescrap.com/ts3

  • LauraM

    I cannot say enough good things about the Finding Photo Flow class. I found Kayla through your website last fall. The unexpected part of her class has been that it totally changed my thinking on how and what to photograph. I am more pro-actively think about the stories I want to tell and how I want to use my photos in layouts, in albums, in digital frames, etc. Now, I don’t snap 100′s of photos of every event and aspect of life. I get the ones I want and then am in moment at those moments.

    So if anyone is on the fence, I soooooo recommend this class! As she said, she totally allows individual students to work within their own existing structure and storage software. You can do lessons whenever you want. You can redo lessons. You can asks tons of questions, and she answers them very quickly.

    The best part and benefit of this class has been doing classes and events such as LOAD this month (2-12). I know some of the stories I want to tell and I can put my fingers on photos that I never could have found before. I could go on and on, but thought it would be helpful to hear from a student perspective.

  • Anonymous

    Thank you so much for your thoughts on this class! It means a lot to have someone else who’s gone through it chime in. :)

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