Basically, Digital Scrapbooking is just another form of capturing & preserving your memories. You use a graphics or photo editing program to design your pages.
The most commonly used programs are Adobe Photoshop (PS), Adobe Photoshop Elements (PSE), Jasc Paint Shop Pro (PSP), Microsoft Digital Image Pro (DIP) or Ulead Photo Impact (PI). It is also possible to use other programs such as FotoFusion, but does not have the same capabilities as the other programs. (see our other articles on each program)
We are surrounded by email, the internet, computers, digital cameras, iPods, etc.
Technology is all around us. So, naturally, the next step in scrapbooking is digital scrapbooking!
Whether you want to incorporate 1% or 100% digital in your scrapbooking, 2PS digital experts are here to help.
Digital Scrapbooking essentially is just another type of capturing and preserving your memories. A graphic or photo editing software is used to design the pages.
It is just a photo album that you create where you use programs like Adobe Photoshop to make them fancier.
by Mackenzie Sage Wright 4 years ago
The old conversations are from 3 years ago. I'm only here a year, lol. Scrappers, talk to me. Inspire me. I have so much I need to catch up on and get done.
by biancaalice 6 years ago
How do you get started in Digital Scrapbooking?
by Barbara Radisavljevic 5 years ago
Is there a way to save two photos side by side as one photo?Example. Sometimes I can only have one picture, but I need two. I might want to show an overview of a plant and a close-up of the flower in one shot. I own Photoshop Elements 9 and iPhoto for my iMac, but can't figure out how to make...
by Virginia Kearney 7 years ago
What are your experiences in doing digital scrapbooking vs. traditional. Does anyone do both?
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