How to Print Photos for Scrapbooking?
Part 1 Setting Up the Photos
Make a list of images you'd like to take at events or gatherings.
Part 2 Taking the Photos
Part 3 Printing the Photos at Home using Photo Paper by inkjet printers
Apply filters to the photos before you print them. If you are using a digital camera, you can try applying filters to the photos before you print them out. Upload the photos to your computer and then apply filters to the photos using the filter options in a photo editing program like iPhoto. You can also change images from color to black and white and vice versa in the photo editing program.
Then Printing the Photos at Home using Photo Paper by inkjet printers
Part 4 Using the Photos in a Scrapbook
Use very little adhesive on the photos in the scrapboo, or use Self Adhesive Photo Paper. To ensure the photos look their best in the scrapbook, try to use very little glue or tape on the photos. Use small dots of wet glue on the back of the photo so the photos do not get warped when you attach them to the pages in the scrapbook.
You can also use inserts or photo corners instead to attach the photos to the pages, as this will require no adhesive and ensure the photos lay flat on the page.
Arrange the photos chronologically. As you lay the photos out in your scrapbook, consider doing so chronologically, starting with the older photos first. You may arrange photos on one page chronologically or organize the scrapbook as a whole chronologically. This will make the scrapbook feel like a chronicle of your time with your loved ones.
For example, if you are making a scrapbook about your daughter, you may start with photos from when she was born. Then, you may continue with photos of her birthdays and other landmark moments like her first step or her first bath. You may then end the scrapbook with current photos of her now.
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