Scrapbook Basics: Printing Multiple Photos On One 8.5×11 Sheet Of Photo Paper technology 8.5

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Here are the basic steps for printing multiple photos on one sheet of paper: 1. Decide on a canvas size. I picked 8.5×11 at 300 dpi because that’s a standard print size here in the US and it’s a size my printer easily recognizes (with) 2. Open your photos in Elements or Photoshop. I’m currently using Photos and usually drag my photos to my desktop from Photos and then drag them into Elements. 3. Use the Crop Tool to size the photos for your particular project (s). I sized a couple to 3×4 and one to 4×6 for this example. 4. Use the Move Tool to drag and drop the images onto your new canvas. 5. Print. Blog post here: ++++++ SIGN UP FOR MY NEWSLETTER + GET MY STORYOLOGY WORKSHOP FOR FREE TRY A STORY CLASS FOR FREE –Try a Story Class for free (this is the education portion of our Story Kit / Story Stamp / Story Class subscription): LEARN MORE ABOUT MY PROJECTS- Story Kits ™: –One Little Word ®: –Day In The Life ™: –Week In The Life ™: –Pieces Of U s: –December Daily®: –Just Write: –Quarterly Scrapbook Kit: CONNECT WITH ME –Website: –Instagram: –Craft The Story ™ Community Facebook Group: FILMING EQUIPMENT –Top Down Video: Canon 6D –Handheld Camera: Canon G7X – Music Licensed Via Soundstripe: One Little Word® and December Daily® are Registered Trademarks of Ali Edwards Design Inc ..

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Cathy Oppenborn 04/03/2022 - 6:52 Chiều

I learn something new every time I watch you. You’re awesome!

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arwyn269 04/03/2022 - 6:52 Chiều

Thanks Ali. I use an older version of photoshop elements to print my photos. When I drag my cropped photos onto my A4 (I’m in Australia) sheet it changes the size of the photo to be as wide as the page. I have to click on the photo and resize it back down. The ratio stays the same. I am presuming that it is a simple setting that I need to fix but I can’t work out how. Do you (or anyone else) know what I’m doing wrong? Thanks again

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Jillian Ives 04/03/2022 - 6:52 Chiều

Thanks I’ve just bought the Epson 15000 I’m enjoying learning with these videos as I’ve always had canon before. I’m excited about doing bigger format printing. Can you do a tutorial on how you print at the larger format A3 for Scrapbooking 12×12 or 9×12.

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Tasha Christensen 04/03/2022 - 6:52 Chiều

♥️ this!!! Thank you!!!

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Rosemary Mailas 04/03/2022 - 6:52 Chiều

The Print to Size app for iPhone and iPad has been a game changer for me! So easy to size and move any photos on the size of paper you choose with a touch of your finger, it is easy to manipulate and very responsive, without the fuss. Great for me as I am not very computer savvy…highly recommend. Plus, it’s free! Thanks for the video…always helpful.

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Manasa Vavilapalli 04/03/2022 - 6:52 Chiều

Another very helpful video!

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