For Professional Photographers, Digital Scrapbookers and those who just want to get an Album or Photobook made quickly and efficiently.
Have I told you before how much I want to persuade people to get their photographs off their computers, and into print? Probably. But here I go again!
We accumulate so many photographs; everyone has a camera, and digital photography is so instant. We can share our successes and our failures (who really cares as long as our children & grandchildren look cute!) in so many ways, with our families and friends, and if we choose, the general public. And it’s all done with the click of a button, or two.
It takes longer to pull a good collection together and get it into print; you get to the end of the year, your files are stuffed to overflowing with thousands of images, and it seems like an insurmountable task.
I know; I’ve been there many times. If you follow my blog you will have read that I’ve just recently completed my 2010 photobook, a project that was way overdue. And d’you know, there’s something magical about sitting with a book on your lap and turning those pages, unfolding the story of your year, or your holiday or your special occasion.
Picture Perfection templates are designed to help you speed up this process, and get your book or album to the printer in record time. These templates work, I know because I use them myself. Each page is carefully aligned, spaced and checked. The clipping masks are ready, waiting to have your photographs clipped to them.
This collection has 20 templates, but when you consider that your can flip and rotate them, you have considerably more! And they’re indispensable!
When building your book, be sure to have several full-bleed pages to add interest to your book design. Also have some pages with just a single photograph, and plenty of white space. I don’t have single-page templates in the Picture Perfection range, (I thought it was a bit mean to just put one clipping mask on the page), but I’ve made three for you, and you can download them here for free. You still have the optional 3 px, 5 px and 10 px borders which you can use or forget about, and although there’s just one image on the page, it’s perfectly balanced to match the rest of the range.
Professional Photographers can get these Templates from E-scape and Scrap. Digital Scrapbookers can get the CU PU & S4H Templates from Digital Design Den and E-scape and Scrap. There’s 40% off the Collection as an introductory offer and also (for a short time only!) 60% off Collection 1 – 5!
Scroll down for the download link for the three Freebie Templates. Enjoy!
Here is your freebie (for CU PU S4H and Pro Photographers), download it now, it won’t be here forever!
Update: I’m sorry, this download has now expired.
Now take a minute to imagine what your fabulous Photobook is going to look like, and how delighted your loved ones are going to be when you give them a copy! Christmas Present perhaps? :)
Beth and Martin: Paper – Tender by Butterflies and Bluebells. Images: © Fotolia.com
Hanging Out with Grandad: Paper – Folk Art (adjusted) by Paper Garden Projects at DigiChick. Images © Butterflies and Bluebells
Nicola’s Prom: Paper – Tender by Butterflies and Bluebells Images: © Kay Roy
Boy on the Beach: Background – Texture Collection 2011 – Subtly Yours by Kim Klassen. Images © Butterflies and Bluebells
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