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

Are layers important?

Are layers important?

Some painting and drawing programs mostly relied on a single layer of paint as if the user was drawing on an actual layer of paper. Of course, skilled painters could managed to create masterpieces, but using a single layer has its limitations. Paintshop Pro, like other modern programs, use layers to give flexibility to the user.… Continue Reading

Theme – Farm

Theme – Farm

Were your childhood trips included those to the farm? Maybe your family owns a farm, or you love to visit one that has a lot of animals. Which farm animal was your favorite? Do you take your kids to farm trips too? Continue Reading

How to fix faded photos

How to fix faded photos

If you have older photos that you have scanned, they might be faded because of age, or the initial quality of the camera at the time, or a combination of both. Since you have Paintshop Pro at your fingertips, let’s see how you can improve those faded photos. Continue Reading

When to use a double-page

When to use a double-page

When you are creating scrapbook layouts, one would typically work on one page at the time, gathering photos, stories and elements on that page. However, there are times when one page is not enough. That is when you get the opportunity to create a double-page that would appear as one unit when printed in a book.… Continue Reading

Featured Resource – DeviantArt

Featured Resource – DeviantArt

DeviantArt has been a staple in resources for various graphic artists. Some artists use this platform to showcase their art, or sell it, but it is also a great place to find some resources and supplies that you can use with your graphic program. Of course, everything is not suitable for Paintshop Pro, but don’t… Continue Reading

Theme – Birds

Theme – Birds

If you love watching birds in their natural environment, you are usually known as a bird watcher and this hobby also mean you love taking pictures of the birds in the wild. Creating pages out of those shots is a great way to catalog all the different species you have seen so far. Continue Reading

Saving your workspace in Paintshop Pro

Saving your workspace in Paintshop Pro

Paintshop Pro has a unique feature which is the ability it gives the user to customize the way the interface looks and works. Since every user’s need will differ, and each user’s workflow is also different, assuming they can be happy with a single static interface is asking them to adapt to the program instead… Continue Reading

Adding texture to papers

Adding texture to papers

Whatever project you want to create, sometimes a perfectly even background paper would look “fake” so you might want to add some unevenness to it in order to give a more realistic look. There are different ways to create such variations. Whatever approach you use might depend on your supplies and your own preferences. Continue Reading

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She has been teaching digital scrapbooking for over 10 years.

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