Today at Summer Camp we'll look at getting many photos on a layout. Betsy brings us this idea for getting lots of photos on her vacation layout:
I found photos the other day of a summer vacation we took in 1999. It was one of our most favorite vacations full of cousins, aunts and uncles, adventures, and really funny stories. I really needed to scrap them! There were only about 15 photos, but why not get them all on one layout?!
|Supplies: Haven Patterned Paper, Core'dinations Aunt Grace, Vintage Style Sew-on Buttons, Chipboard buttons, Embellished butterflies, Flag Banner stickers and chipboard.|
There are two photos on the front of the layout, but hiding underneath that grouping is a bunch of others. The title and the chipboard buttons are tabs that pull up ...
to show sets of photo collages and journaling ...
These photos are old, taken with a basic camera, and covered in shadows and bad lighting. Using some quick PSE fixes (auto sharpen, shadows/highlights, brightness/contrast) really helped make the photos better. The photo collages were made in PSE by using rectangular shapes as masks for the photos.
You can download the photoshop files I used to create this right here with these links:
The front collage:
Photo collage 1:
Photo collage 2:
Photo collage 3:
Title block (adhere to the back of your first collage):