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|Posted: 3/30/2013 9:51:49 AM|
How do you keep track of the albums you are currently working on and what layouts are needed in order to mark the year/album complete?
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Loc: Vancouver, WA
|Posted: 3/30/2013 12:28:14 PM|
Since I always seem to be caught up with my LOs, I don't seem to have a problem with keeping up with my progress. I always keep my LOs up the entire year on Shutterfly--and update them as I finish LOs. I can more LOs around if for some reason I get to something later because I don't get the pictures right away from someone else.
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Loc: Milwaukee, WI area
|Posted: 3/31/2013 9:01:08 PM|Shannon, I'm so jealous you are caught up!
I print my pages chronologically, but I scrap out of order. To keep track of what I still want to capture, I use Microsoft Excel to maintain an ongoing list. I go through Lightroom on a regular basis and add all possible topics/events to the list. The spreadsheet has columns for:
-single or double page
-album it will go in (some go in bound, chrono family albums vs. some go into my modified Library of Memories 3-ring albums)
-page number (I use it when planning my bound books)
-status (not started, in progress, complete, etc)
It sounds tedious to make the list, but it really doesn't take that much time and it helps me keep track of what I want to get done. I made a decision awhile back that I will NEVER get caught up, so the list helps me stay focused.
Loc: Mt veron, WA
|Posted: 4/1/2013 3:04:23 PM|
I work on one album at a time. I put all my pics in folders by month and year. It makes it alot easier to scrap. I do not scrap in any particular order.
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