In this video, you will use the Grid cutter and Straight edge cutter to cut a photo into varying rectangles and squares and then use Color Wash and the Rough painting Artistic filter to give some of the pieces a different look. This makes for an interesting-looking photo.
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Photography classes often teach photographers to get close to their subjects. While this can result in great shots, photos taken too close to their subjects don’t always work well with the techniques you might want to use in digital scrapbooking. Sometimes it pays to keep your distance.
Artisan projects can take up considerable space on a computer. The size of the project depends on the number of pages and photos added. With the introduction of the Cleanup tool, the software can remove unused photos from the files of the project – effectively reducing the overall size of the project.
Explore the Emboss Filter, an Artisan filter that mimics the look of relief sculpture carving.
Use the embedded image editor to keep the characteristics of a live photo holder.
In part 2 of this series, we will explore how Palettize, an Artisan Stylize Filter, can be used to add an artistic flair to photos that may not be as crisp and clear as you would have liked.
Explore how Posterize, an Artisan Stylize Filter, can give a new life to your photos by transforming them into poster style works of art.
I love pre-built stacked (or layered) frames. You can’t always just add photo holders to the page and have them fill the frames correctly. The photo holder shape needs to be modified. In this video I’ll show you how to modify your photo holders (edit their shape) to fill the frames just right.
Did you know that you can manually re-arrange your photos within your Artisan project? If you are familiar with the Album Planner in Historian, you know the flexibility of being able to arrange your photos in any order you want. Historian is great to use on larger scale when you are arranging photos to create an entire project. Having the flexibility to organize your photos in Artisan is a great option if you do not have Historian and are working on a project in small sections.
If you receive photos via text message, this tip will show you a quick way to find those images. If you are like me, you may be saying, 'Well, I can just go to the text message thread and scroll back through all of the messages until I find the image I want', and you'd be right. I'm about to show you an easier way!
Join the Pixies and Michelle Shefveland as we learn creative uses for the Photo Art Blends Collection.
If you are an iPhone user, you may have noticed that there is a new photo file format in town. It's called .heif, (or .heic, which is the file format used by Apple) and it stands for High Efficiency Image File Format. The developers of this file format claim that twice as much information can be stored in a .heif image as compared to a .jpg image of the same size, and that the quality is better than that of a .jpg. That all sounds great, until you try to upload .heic photos into computers or programs that don't recognize that file format, like pre-Windows 10 and pre-iOS 11 operating systems.