Choosing colors to use in your layout can be done in many ways, one of which is to start with the photos you want to use. As the poll on last week’s post indicated, most people do exactly that: they base their choices on the photos themselves. You can often pick colors with the color picker in Paintshop Pro, but with most photos, there are so many colors at the pixel level that it might be hard to find harmonious color combinations. That is why various tools have emerged on the net. This first post on the subject will look at 14 tools that you can use to pick a palette based on your photos.
Last week, Lisa shared some interesting ways she has used scrapbooking in her own classroom. Let’s see what she can suggest to other teachers. It is useful to establish benchmarks that students are aware of before starting the project so they know what has to be included for an “A”, what is acceptable for a … Read moreScrapbooking – Teacher tool in school (part 2)