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I wanted the focus of this layout to be this favorite photo I had captured of my son and me. The photo speaks a very clear message to me, and with one short phrase I am able to communicate it to the viewer. Using a large font for the journaling phrase allows it to act visually as the title, making the page feel complete. Supplies: Patterned paper (Hambly, Scenic Route); transparency (Hambly); clear shapes (Heidi Swapp); felt flower (Dollarstore); label sticker (Papier Valise); ribbon (Michaels); rhinestones (Westrim); tags (Every Jot & Tittle); Misc: adhesive, floss, letter stickers, paint, pen, trim YOUR CHALLENGE Use one short message that acts as both a title and your journaling on a scrapbook page.
Com Editor: Kristin Boys Designer: Kelly O’Dell Art Coordinator: Eileen Aber Production Coordinator: Matt Wagner Photographers: Melanie Warner, Tim Grondin, Christine Polomsky Stylist: Nora Martini Dedication To Austin, for all the sacrifices you made so this book was possible, for all the encouragement you gave me throughout the process and, most of all, for loving me no matter what. I dedicate this book to you, my husband, the love of my life. Acknowledgments Writing a book is not something you do alone.
But detail and symmetry don’t always make for the best photos. Photos cropped tightly around a subject can lose their context, and can make for boring pages. Using creative framing in a photo, whether your subject is off to one side or in the distance, provides perspective, plus a little drama for a layout. With digital photography, this rule is a fairly simple one to break. Take a photo from far away and then you can play around and use it as you like. Keep the photo wide for an interesting perspective; crop it off-center for a creative shot.