Author Archives: Cassel

The Perspective Correction Tool

The Perspective Correction Tool

When you take pictures of objects, buildings or surroundings, you might not always be able to place yourself perfectly straight in front of it to take a centered and proportional photo. You might be at a slight angle because of the physical environment, or maybe you were just too much in a hurry to move… Continue Reading

Theme – Circus

Theme – Circus

The circus holds a magic that most of us hold dear, especially when we were kids. The clowns, the acrobats, the animal acts, the contortionists, the dancers, the stunts, and even the ringmaster – are a delight to see under the big top! There’s definitely something for everyone. Which act was your favorite? Continue Reading

Featured Resource  –  Super Finder XT

Featured Resource – Super Finder XT

Whatever resources you are collecting over time, photos, scrap kits, background images, etc. you might want to stay organized with folders and sub-folders. However, depending on the system you are using, you might still be looking for a needle in a haystack. You can probably use your search function on your computer to find specific… Continue Reading

Theme – Beach

Theme – Beach

A day at the beach – whether you’re just soaking in the sun, exploring the shore, dipping in the water, or building sand castles – is always a day to remember! Do you have a memory at the beach that you really treasure? Maybe you even had a beach wedding! Or maybe it was a… Continue Reading

Scanning with your Paintshop Pro

Scanning with your Paintshop Pro

Do you have a scanner at home? Typically, you will likely be scanning images and photos, save them onto your hard drive, then open them in your Paintshop Pro. But did you know you could scan from Paintshop Pro too? It is a function that has been added in recent versions of PSP, and it… Continue Reading

Gold Star – Peggy

Gold Star – Peggy

This month, we are discovering a “new” member who has been with us for over 6 years! Interestingly, she does more than just scrapbooking as she uses Paintshop Pro for other graphics projects too. Continue Reading

Scanning resolution

Scanning resolution

If you have some older printed photos and you want to incorporate them into your next digital project, you will need to scan them. If you have a scanner at home, you are in luck, but there is one thing you need to be aware of: the scanning resolution. Continue Reading

Gold Star  –  Mireille

Gold Star – Mireille

This time, I wanted to introduce you a very long time member of the Campus. It seems like I have known Mireille since such a long time. Since English is not her first language, the article below is a translation and re-write of her story she sent me in French (yeah, you might have guessed… Continue Reading

Theme – Picnic

Theme – Picnic

When the sun is finally out shining, the birds are singing on tree branches, and the first blooms of spring are filling the air with their sweet fragrance, you know it’s the perfect day to be out and have a picnic. Where are your favorite picnic spots? What are your favorite foods to bring? Are… Continue Reading

6 ways to be nice to the Earth

6 ways to be nice to the Earth

Digital scrapbooking, by its very nature, will be an Earth-friendly alternative to traditional paper scrapbooking since it does not rely on physical products that need to be manufactured, that can generate waste and often require trips to a store to purchase them. So, if you are scrapbooking digitally, you are already doing something nice to the… Continue Reading

Cassel is the owner and main instructor in the Scrapbook Campus.

She has been teaching digital scrapbooking for over 10 years.

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