Digital Scrapbooking Can Start Again

I’m quite excited right now! I’ve just re-installed my favorite photo-editing software onto our desktop at home and am delighted to see that this new version works far better than the old version we had.  Back in May I had to restore the desktop back to factory settings and just hadn’t gotten around to getting my software back. I use Serif’s Photoplus SE (no affliation, just a happy user).  I’ve been using it for almost 7 years now and it works very similar to Adobe Photoshop.  Here’s to a night of digiscrapping!  I’ve started with this picture of my grandmother, Cora Mae Lawhorn Koonce (1932-2006).

The design is not mine; it’s a QuickPage by Lukasmummy from a blog train (several designers working collaboratively). It uses the Retail Therapy kit.

2 thoughts on “Digital Scrapbooking Can Start Again

  1. You know, I have to admit, one of the reasons I had never tried PhotoShop is because I thought it was too complicated to learn. Some days, I just can learn one more thing, if you know what I mean. Thanks for telling me about PhotoPlus SE. I’ll check it out.

  2. Thanks Denise. Yes, I saw they offer the Scrabpok artist software too and will be downloading it to see how it works. I’m not a Mac user myself, so Windows works for me, though I understand your frustration. @Carol – Photoshop is not that bad, but I did have a 1-hr class about 10 years ago and that’s how I learned the basics. The rest I’ve picked up here and there. Good luck!

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