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  • help!!!!!

    so..... I happen to stumble onto The Digital Press when on FB. Sooo many questions. I have never done digital. Do not know where to begin.
    I do Project Life physical and do make layouts to post on Instagram and FB with the app. what do I start with? What is CC? Photoshop is PS
    right? Can I print off some of the journal cards and use physical? Thanks for any help I LOVE all of the designs on Digital Press oh my they are sooooo neat!!! Thanks - a newbie

  • #2
    You can totally do hybrid here, which means using the digital goodies printed out and slipped into plastic sleeves or used to create project life pages and post those.
    CC is creative cloud (photoshop) PSE is photoshop elements.
    Projects posted to the gallery here must obey these rules:
    Layouts uploaded to The Digital Press Gallery must contain at least 50% TDP Products; templates count as 25%.
    projectlifeappdude dude may be able to shed additional light so I have tagged him and hope he sees this.


    • #3
      You can definitely do hybrid. Here is the category for hybrid on the blog just to show you what kind of things have been done before with digital products printed at home.

      As Stefanie said CC means Creative Cloud and it's an Adobe monthly subscription thing. I use it because I use several Adobe products for my work and it's worth it but you might just want to start with the stand alone product Photoshop Elements. They have a 30 days free trial option too so it might be a good thing to try if you are stuck at home and wanna learn more about digi

      I'm very bad with cutting, gluing, etc and that's why I stick to digital only but if you are already "physically" scrapbooking than you will surely enjoy this.

      It might take a little time to learn the basics in PSE but it's really worth it. And we can help you where ever we can.

      Hope to make a new digiscrap fan of you soon


      • #4
        thank you so much - I 'm diving in!!! So PSE is the program I need? Is that where I design and them print Anything else I need?
        So what is the best paper to print on?


        • #5
          I know there are other softwares out there and maybe some are free even but I have used PSE from the start and now Photoshop full version so I am biased lol

          A lot of tutorials out there are for Photoshop and PSE anyway so I would say it's safe to have a go at the trial period and decide when it's time to purchase.

          As for paper, I don't print much on my own as I keep it mostly digi OR I ask a printing company to make an album out of my scraps and let them deal with that lol

          I will tag my hybrid creative team member Joey* to ask her what kind of paper she uses. If you'd like to see her gallery, you can see some of pages digitally or hybrid (printing elements from digi goodies to make a real page). I love her work, but here again, I am biased lol

          Here is the global gallery for hybrid


          • #6
            thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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