My DIY Flushmount Album...FINALLY! Review *With Pics!*
Posted 09 April 2010 - 12:49 PM
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For it was not into my ear you whispered, but into my heart.It was not my lips you kissed, but my soul.-Judy GarlandBride and...
Posted 21 April 2010 - 08:45 PM
| Originally Posted by SunBride |
Great job! I'm glad you ended up with a product you are happy with considering all the turmoil you went through.
And I second Fotofusion (I also ordered it after hearing reading Morgan's thread about it). I'm using it for my photobook (which yes, still isn't done TWO YEARS LATER!) and it's really easy to do. It's great for perfectionists (like me!) who want to be able to control every single detail of their page layouts. Although in the meantime, since I started this project a year and a half ago, Blurb (who I am planning to order my book from) now allows you to customize layouts (i.e. move around, add and delete photo and text boxes), so if you are going through Blurb, there is less need for a program like fotofusion then there used to be.
I agree... fotofusion IS great if you want to control all the details...
In the end I decided to do it myself exactly b/c of that! (instead of paying someone to design the album...)...I just thought I would end up driving that person crazy asking for adjustments etc
Honestly, with Fotofusion it doesn't take that long...BUT, as noted above I'm kind of picky with the details, so I probably took longer than some:-)
I wish I could remember exactly to give you a precise number of hours/days etc...but I can't:-)
But bottom line is, you can do it as quickly or as slowly as you like...if you're not too picky, it can be done in a day! (once you have the hang of Fotofusion anyway:-))
If anyone has any questions, please feel free to ask!
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Posted 29 April 2010 - 02:54 AM
that's so great, i was wondering if this would be something i could DIY because all i have found were the photobooks with thin pages.