October 17, 2017 | Digital Scrapper News | Volume 15 Issue 42
Sometimes a girl just needs to stop and ask for help.
Last week I tipped my kayak over in the lilypads. I was reaching for something and over it went. I should have just stopped and asked for help.
You know the smell of dead fish? Ya. That was me.
Part of this week’s news contains an exclusive Photoshop Elements tip for those who could use a little help deciding where a photo could be cropped.
Check it out below along with:
- Inspiration from the CT
- DSD2017 Class Winner
See you in the galleries. Have a great week.
Jen White | DigitalScrapper.com
Inspiration To Get You Scrapping
This page by Creative Team member Kathy was inspired by last week’s Qwik Tutorial. Have you had a chance to check it out?
Read: Bust Out of Bounds on the blog.
We Have a Winner!
Last week’s Digital Scrapbooking Day celebration included a chance to win a free seat in one of our classes.
This week, we are pleased to announce the winner.
Congratulations, Kris B!
Photoshop Elements Exclusive Tip
Are you wired with Crop Vision?
When you see a photo, can you automatically visualize how the photo should be cropped for maximum effect?
If not, you’re not alone. Most people would welcome a few crafty suggestions before making final cuts to their favorite photos.
Instead of calling over the neighbor for advice, Photoshop Elements users can simply consult the Crop Tool. The Crop Tool comes with a slick little option, called Crop Suggestions, that gives you four suggestions for where to place the crop box on your image.
Check it out. It might be just what you were looking for to help you think outside the box.
See the full write up on the blog: Crop Suggestions
Not a Photoshop Elements user? No problem. Watch the News for exclusive tips for Adobe Photoshop.
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