Posts Tagged ‘Tutorial’

How to Clip Photos in Photoshop

All the tools, and so many different ways to get the same result in photoshop can be so overwhelming. Photoshop is a photo editing program that offers endless creativity. As with anything in life, more you practice, the faster and easier it becomes! Today we’re going to share a quick and easy video tutorial showing […]

Create a Photo Collage with the PicFrame App

In our last PicFrame tutorial, we explained how to combine 2 3×4 images on one 4×6 print. Today, we’ve got 14 photos on one 12×12 print for less than $2! We designed this 12×2 page on our mobile phone. Our quick video will show you how to do it too! The PicFrame App is 99¢. […]

10 Tips for shooting products with your mobile phone

Brands are created and reinforced by imagery. The way you present yourself and your product has a huge impact on your brand. Etsy? Ecommerce? Blog? Online sales will increase with improved product images. Are your photos Pin worthy? We’re here to help. We’ve set up a “mock” product shoot using just 3 items: 1 plain […]

Batch Processing in Photoshop

When we received this order of 1,000 + 3×4 collect prints laid out 2-up on a 4×6 print, we had to ask how the client how she did it! We contacted Heather – who come to find out, is a font designer at The Lilypad – Check out her shop! Heather documented 3 years of […]

Tutorial: 10 Minute DIY Photo Banner

Hi Everyone and Happy December! I’m Kristin and today I’m sharing a step-by-step tutorial for a simple DIY photo banner. This DIY photo banner can be completed in less than 10 minutes. It’s also a great activity for kids and can be used for any occasion. Supplies Needed 4×4 Cardstock Photographs Hole Punch Bakers Twine […]

Persnickety Prints + A Beautiful Mess Photo App Mini-Album

Hi Everyone, Kristin here sharing a super cool mini-album made with Persnickety Prints 4×4 cardstock prints and the A Beautiful Mess Photo app for the iPhone (android version out soon). Confession: I worked on this album (editing the pictures in the app) one night when I had crazy insomnia and couldn’t fall asleep, but was […]

3×4 Photographic Prints

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Tips on how to make the most of your 3×4 photos. You wouldn’t notice until you attempted to insert a 3×4 print that the Becky Higgins Project Life pockets are not an exact 3×4 size. They are in fact, 2.88×4″, a smidgen smaller in width. [typography font=”Arimo” size=”14″ size_format=”px”]*For this tutorial 3×4 is 2.88×4[/typography] We […]