Ep 80: The Simple Scrapbooking Podcast – Photo Process Tips

by Lain Ehmann on June 19, 2013


ep80 Podcast for Simple Scrappers - in this episode Lain Ehmann shares tips on how to streamline your photo proces so you can get your #photos off your #camera!Got photos? Got a camera? Got a camera WITH photos? Well, let’s get them OFF your phone or camera and into a format you can scrap with!

In this, our 80th episode, we continue with our Project UFO (unfinished objects) challenge and get your photos in shape. We cover:

-Tips for creating a habit of developing your photos, or getting them where you can scrap with them digitally or print them out yourself.

-A super-cute promo for our upcoming True Scrap Kids event sponsored by Fiskars

-Info on why developing habits can help your photo developing was well (get it? developing? Ha!)

Links in this Episode:

Layout a Day Facebook Page   <– All UFO challenges for the month are posted and discussed here!

Scrapbook Improv on June 26

Submit your question for July’s 31 Days of YOUR Scrapbooking Q&As (email support@layoutaday.com with the subject line “31 Days”)

True Scrap Kids July 27 (Sponsored by Fiskars)

True Stamp Indi Classes (only $7 each through the end of June!)

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  • Gina

    I’m on a commenting roll today… :) Another great episode, listened to while vacuuming – telling you, it makes the housework so much easier! I love your advice about getting the photos “ready” to be printed. I find I’m always missing out on the sales at Shutterfly because I don’t have the time to download & choose when I get the sale email. THANKS! Enjoy your trip. BTW – hard to choose but I think the celebrity is Joan Rivers.

  • http://digitalscrapbookinghq.com/ Melissa Shanhun

    hey Lain! Great to hear this episode.

    My big tip is to get an EyeFi card. I LOVE LOVE LOVE it!! :)

    It automatically downloads my photos as soon as I get home (and am in the Wifi range) it also uploads them to Flickr for sharing with the family/backup and I can set it to upload to Shutterfly, Costco etc. for printing

    It means I never have to think about downloading anymore.

    I wrote about EyeFi over at BPC, in case you are interested http://www.digitalscrapbookinghq.com/eyefibpc

  • Heather Dubarry

    Great reminders! Now to figure out how to get pictures off my sister’s phone so I can continue to scrap pics of my adorable littlest niece.

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