Top

Tag Archives | Amy Coon

Paperclipping Roundtable #39: Halloween Scrapbooking Ideas

Something spooky is taking over the Roundtable, as Amy Coon joined Noell and Izzy and I to talk about Halloween projects.

Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here. You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser.

To listen to this week’s episode, you can use the player embedded above, right-click on this link to download the file to your computer, visit the Paperclipping Roundtable web page or to make things easy, you can use this link:

Subscribe for free to Paperclipping Roundtable on iTunes

That link will open in iTunes and take you to the subscribe page, and then you can click on the “subscribe” button.

Subscribing in iTunes is one of the best ways to support Paperclipping Roundtable. Using iTunes is free, and subscribing is free. (If you don’t know how to use iTunes to subscribe, you can watch a video here that shows you how.)

The Panel

Sponsors:

Building Pages from GetItScrapped.com: Click Here for the course information, and make sure you use coupon code building4prt at checkout.

Big Picture Classes! Big Picture Scrapbooking has a new name! Click here for a promo code for Paperclipping Roundtable listeners to use to save 10% on any one class at Big Picture Classes! (Don’t forget that you can still use the link to support Roundtable even if you’ve already used the one-time discount code.)

Picks of the Week

Show Notes:

Scrapbook Update Contributing Writer May Flaum very kindly volunteered to share a photo of the house that she made using a birdhouse and textured grunge board that Amy talked about on the show this week:

To see her full article on the project, including technique close-ups, visit the Spooky Halloween House article on her blog.

And here’s some samples of the iPhone HDR photos that I took, both with the built-in HDR capability in the new iPhone camera software and the PRO HDR app that I talked about.

The top two are from the Pro HDR app, and the bottom one was from the built-in feature. All are incredibly crisp given they came from a camera phone. While the foregrounds are a bit dark, that can be fixed in only a few seconds in Lightroom with some fill light:

Voila! It’s a much improved shot, but because of the HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography, the sky isn’t blown out. Not bad for a camera phone!

Now Shipping from Amazon.com - Scrapbook Page Maps 2: More Sketches for Creative Layouts and Cards

Disclosure

Want to stay up-to-date on all the latest scrapbook news?

0