Hello and welcome to using your iPad or iPad for scrapbooking and memory-keeping! Today, how to get your completed pages off the screen and into your albums. You can ...
- print directly from your iPhone or iPad (3rd generation or later) if your printer is AirPrint-enabled
- save your scrapbooking layouts as png files for uploading to your blog, emailing to friends and family, or printing in sizes suitable for pocket memory-keeping, like Project Life
- save your pages as high resolution/quality pdfs and email them to yourself so you can print from your computer using the inbuilt software Preview, or take them into Photoshop/Elements and print from there
The pages below are crisp and clear: the 10" x 8" is a pdf printed via my computer, and the 6" x 4" is printed directly from the iPad onto a 6" x 4" piece of photographic paper. And, of course, with Photoshop, Lightroom, or any other photo-editing program, you can resize to suit your needs ...
The pdfs for today contain detailed information ...
... and you'll find them just below, along with all previous pdfs, Keynote files and links to the blog posts in which they appear. Hoping they will be useful to you - if not now, then perhaps once you've been gifted with an iPhone or iPad :).
Previous posts and files:
Creativity on the Move: The Map
Creativity on the Move: Managing Your Photos
Download COTMManagingYourPhotos (pdf)
Creativity on the Move: KN01Photos
Download KNAlexa01Photos (pdf)
Download AlexaShapedMasks (key)