February 2010 : Digital 101 w/ Erica Hernandez
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Posted: 2/25/2010 6:48:33 AM
Happy Thursday, everyone! Here is month number two of the 2010 Digital 101 class - organization. This is such a huge topic that I really probably only skimmed the surface of it. Lots to talk about this month!

You can find this month's seed, PDF and videos HERE.

Be sure to upload a layout for this month's challenge to be entered in the monthly prize drawing! This month's challenge is to upload a layout that you've lifted the design from someone else - anyone you choose! Trying to replicate layouts was really what helped me learn about PSE and how to achieve different looks and master new techniques.

This will be our chat/tips/questions thread for this month so be sure to check back often. I didn't feel that any videos were necessary this month but if you have any questions pertaining to my methods that you'd like to see a video for, be sure to let me know! Also, I'm going to try to create one or two mini videos to address some of the questions you shared in last month's thread - I'll post those throughout the month for some little mid-month boosters to keep you going!

January's class thread can be found HERE.


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Posted: 2/25/2010 2:35:37 PM
Questions already,

Tagging? I never tag pics on my PC because it always changes the name of the file then I end up with dups on either my laptop or the desktop. Can you please help me understand how to tag my files? I use XP/Vista also downloaded Picasa but can't figure out how to use it just yet.

Right now I have my digi files sorted onto a Flash drive still zipped by store/site. My unzipped kits are Labeled by store/site, then by designer, then by kits each kit came with it's own folders so I haven't touched them.



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Posted: 2/25/2010 10:36:18 PM
Wow, this lesson was AWESOME and very much needed! I finally feel like I can purchase some kits and download freebies, because maybe I won't lose them on my computer. Thank you so much!



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Posted: 2/26/2010 12:33:50 PM
Wow! Lots of organization tips! And a fun challenge, too! Thanks, Erica!



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Posted: 2/28/2010 11:08:23 AM

Tagging? I never tag pics on my PC because it always changes the name of the file then I end up with dups on either my laptop or the desktop. Can you please help me understand how to tag my files? I use XP/Vista also downloaded Picasa but can't figure out how to use it just yet.

Right now I have my digi files sorted onto a Flash drive still zipped by store/site. My unzipped kits are Labeled by store/site, then by designer, then by kits each kit came with it's own folders so I haven't touched them.


It's wonderful that you have your files sorted already! That's a good start to getting organized. Once you unzip your files and save them to a specified location (I'm assuming on your flash drive?) You can direct Picasa to scan the drive for tagging and organizing. If you look on the bottom of page 3 of the class PDF, you'll find the instructions for directing Picasa to your flash drive (and disabling remaining drives if you wish.)

Once Picasa has identified the files, you can begin tagging. At it's most basic, you can click the "tag" button in the lower right corner of Picasa and type your tag in the top toolbar. Click the "+" sign to assign the tag. The bottom of page 4/top of page 5 of the PDF goes into more in depth about the tagging process. I hope that helps! I haven't found any file anomalies (such as duplicate files) to be the case so hopefully this will work for you as well!


Wow, this lesson was AWESOME and very much needed! I finally feel like I can purchase some kits and download freebies, because maybe I won't lose them on my computer. Thank you so much!

Wow! Lots of organization tips! And a fun challenge, too! Thanks, Erica!


Thanks so much, ladies!


erica

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Posted: 2/28/2010 11:29:11 AM
We just got a new laptop, so I'm starting my organizing with a clean slate. I copied pictures I want to scrap from the old laptop, and just finished with the facial recognition in Picasa. Next, I tagged all of my digital elements. I only have about 5-6 freebie kits, so it wasn't too bad, but I can definitely see how that can get out of hand if I don't keep up with it each time I download a new kit!!

Can't wait to start my layout for this month. It's an added bonus because I can use the layout for the Digital Challenge as well!

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Posted: 3/1/2010 9:07:43 AM
RE: Deleting elements

Hello Erica!

Thank you for the current lesson!

I believe I understood you to say that if a kit has three identical
flowers but in different colors, you would delete two of them.

How then, do you match the remaining flower to the kit? (ie you kept the red flower but now need a yellow one which was deleted) I understand how to change the color of an element (Enhance/Adjust color,etc.) but it just seems that in recoloring the red flower to yellow you might not get it just right.


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Posted: 3/1/2010 9:15:23 AM
RE: Folder display

Hi Erica!

I have tried to "ask" my computer to display the folders like your
icons in the class pdf. Mine will not display flat but rather half open with the Preview showing a little. I would prefer to see it flat like your examples because it seems easier to see.

I have Microsoft Vista. What are you using?
Do you have a suggestion for me to accomplish this folder display?

Thank you!
Lee Ann


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Posted: 3/1/2010 11:00:23 AM
RE: Answer own folder question?

Erica,
I am wondering if the flat folders I see are the ones in Picassa?

Lee Ann

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Posted: 3/1/2010 5:10:50 PM

We just got a new laptop, so I'm starting my organizing with a clean slate. I copied pictures I want to scrap from the old laptop, and just finished with the facial recognition in Picasa. Next, I tagged all of my digital elements. I only have about 5-6 freebie kits, so it wasn't too bad, but I can definitely see how that can get out of hand if I don't keep up with it each time I download a new kit!!

Can't wait to start my layout for this month. It's an added bonus because I can use the layout for the Digital Challenge as well!


Yes - it can get out of hand so quickly! Good that you got on top of it before it got out of control on you

And the challenge coinciding with this week's weekly challenge was a lucky coincidence. I had no idea that was going up this week!


I believe I understood you to say that if a kit has three identical
flowers but in different colors, you would delete two of them.

How then, do you match the remaining flower to the kit? (ie you kept the red flower but now need a yellow one which was deleted) I understand how to change the color of an element (Enhance/Adjust color,etc.) but it just seems that in recoloring the red flower to yellow you might not get it just right.


You're right - I would typically delete the copies and hope for the best if I decided I wanted to recolor If you aren't comfortable doing that and still want to reduce your number of files, you could always combine all three into one file and save it as a single all-encompassing "flower.png" as well!




I have tried to "ask" my computer to display the folders like your
icons in the class pdf. Mine will not display flat but rather half open with the Preview showing a little. I would prefer to see it flat like your examples because it seems easier to see.

I have Microsoft Vista. What are you using?
Do you have a suggestion for me to accomplish this folder display?


All of the images up to the midpoint of page three are my windows files - after that, they are all views from Picasa. I'm running XP - I suspect that's the difference! My husband had Vista and recently upgraded to Windows 7 and it seems as if his Vista OS also displayed folders with a preview as you are describing.

I did find this that I think *may* help...

To: Always show static icons of files and never show thumbnail previews of files. Use this setting if the thumbnail previews are slowing down your computer. You'll get better performance by using static icons.

Do this: Click the View tab, and then select the Always show icons, never thumbnails check box.


(found here)


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Posted: 3/1/2010 7:27:17 PM
I finished my first lifted layout!

Here is my inspiration

My Lift

@QuietGirl: I have Windows 7 and my preview is the same way. I think that's just the way it is in the newer-than-XP versions. I tried the same thing Erica suggested, but with a .jpeg photo, there's no icon unless you have the thumbnail preview (at least on my computer). If you figure it out, let me know!!


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Posted: 3/1/2010 8:07:54 PM
My inspiration: Dawn Inskip's "Frozen"
My layout: Friends

This is only my third digital scrapbooking layout. However, I should also say that I have experience using Photoshop and I am familiar with layers.

It was tricky figuring out what element was used to create some of the parts of the layout - especially when they were hidden underneath other layers. It took me a while to realize that Dawn had used some elements more than once to get her look.

Thanks for the fun challenge and inspiration!



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Posted: 3/3/2010 1:54:39 PM
After this lesson, I spent any free time for four days tagging all of my digital elements in Picasa. I've done two lo's today and it's been SO EASY finding what I need. I'm not super familiar with Picasa (I need to play around and learn more) but I've been typing in what I need, finding where I can find it in my digital files, and then going to retrieve it. Before I was just going through each file until I found what I wanted and it took FOREVER!!! I feel like I sound like an infomercial for this month's lesson! Thanks Erica! This was a GREAT idea!

I uploaded a couple of lifts because I liked them so much and thought others might too. Here they are:

Santa Baby inspired by "Nothing is Tweeter than this"

"Best Friends" inspired by "The Pizza Knight"

"Adorable" inspired by "I Heart This Santa"

"Ainsley's Arrival" inspired by "Baby Food"

Being new to scrapbooking (let alone digital scrapping) I love looking through the gallery for inspiration! Everyone is so creative!

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Posted: 3/6/2010 1:54:53 PM
This is an amazing lesson, thanks so much. I am a stereotypical newbie when it comes to digital scrapping, so I apologize ahead of time if this is a lame question lol!

I began organizing all of the elements and kits that I have downloaded. I noticed in a lot of the scrap lifted layouts that peas are very specific in naming the kits that the elements of the LOs have come from. However when I was placing my elements into folders by designer, I lost the names of the kits. The names that are left are the names that the original designers named the elements.

I am wondering if it is acceptable to give credit by designer, or if it is necessary to rename all of my elements to include the kit name?

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Posted: 3/7/2010 1:05:24 PM
I'm a little late getting to this, but great job!

Just one clarification.... On page 1 of the PDF you state that JPGs aren't a lossless file format and that every time you open a JPG the quality of the file degrades a bit. Just a point of clarification - it's not every time you OPEN a JPG file that it degrades, it's every time you SAVE a JPG file it degrades. Simply opening and closing the file does nothing to it. I'm sure that was the intent of your statement, but for the true "newbies" it might be a little confusing and concerning.

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Posted: 3/7/2010 2:36:29 PM
I'm pretty new to the boards, having only posted a couple of times in the past, so hope I'm not overstepping any bounds as I'm just trying to be helpful and clarify....

Quiet girl asked:

How then, do you match the remaining flower to the kit? (ie you kept the red flower but now need a yellow one which was deleted) I understand how to change the color of an element (Enhance/Adjust color,etc.) but it just seems that in recoloring the red flower to yellow you might not get it just right.


Though I have used Photoshop, I typically use Paint Shop Pro for all my digital work, and I very occasionally use CorelDraw/Photo-Paint. Most of the graphics programs, including Elements, have the same common features, though you may get at them a little differently. I'll tell you from the PSP viewpoint, then you can "convert" it to the program you're using.

Open the element you want to recolor as well as an element that you want to match to (i.e., paper). Choose the eyedropper tool and move the tool over the color you want to match (the RGB values will show in a window)and click on the color you want to match (right or left click, depending on if you want it to be the foreground or background color).

The shortcut is to move the cursor to the foreground or background palette, where it will change to the eyedropper. Holding down the control key, click on the color you want to match. Depending on whether you started from the fore- or background color, the palette will change to the new color.

Double-clicking on the palette color opens the property window, where you can see the RGB, HSL and HTML codes if you need them for colorizing in your program. If you need them, you'll want to take note of the RGB and/or HSL colors (HTML code is generally for coding web pages). (You generally won't need this info, but here's the info just in case...

In PSP I simply click on my color changing tool, then click on the image I want to change the color of (in my case I'm using a button with thread through it AND I'm working on a copy of the original button) and it's done, leaving shades intact and the thread still white.

If you are using a different method of colorizing by going into a window, you'll need to have the specific area selected (or a single-color element), then enter the RBG/HSL codes you obtained.

For instance, in PSP I can colorize the image by going to Adjust > Hue & Saturation > Colorize, then enter the H and S values I wrote down earlier. Using this method, however, also changes the shadow colors on the thread and any drop shadows.


amIdoingitright asked:

I began organizing all of the elements and kits that I have downloaded. I noticed in a lot of the scrap lifted layouts that peas are very specific in naming the kits that the elements of the LOs have come from. However when I was placing my elements into folders by designer, I lost the names of the kits. The names that are left are the names that the original designers named the elements.


I may not be understanding exactly what you're asking here, but I'll give it a try....

For each designer (or however your categorize kits - some people keep them by store, for instance) I still keep all kit elements in it's own folder and the folder name is the kit name. Then you can move the entire folder into the designer's folder, so you still have the kit name without having to have the kit name in the element's file name. Hope that makes sense!

For instance, when I download the "Spring Green" kit (don't know if that's a real kit! ), I'll move the entire kit into a folder named Spring Green that is located in designer Jane Doe's folder. So if I really like Jane Doe's kits, her folder may end up with 50 individual kits stored within it, and each kit may have elements with the same name as found in another. (I find in many freebie kits especially that designers use names like element1.png, element 2,png, etc. in each freebie they give away, so co-mingling elements from kits becomes a problem unless you change the name - pretty much a no-no.)

Hope these suggestions/ideas help and I haven't overstayed my welcome with this long post!

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Posted: 3/10/2010 7:00:31 PM

I finished my first lifted layout!


And I loved it! Your daughter is a total doll


This is only my third digital scrapbooking layout. However, I should also say that I have experience using Photoshop and I am familiar with layers.

It was tricky figuring out what element was used to create some of the parts of the layout - especially when they were hidden underneath other layers. It took me a while to realize that Dawn had used some elements more than once to get her look.

Thanks for the fun challenge and inspiration!


Still stunned that you're new to digital scrapbooking! Even with the prior PS knowledge you are doing a *fantastic* job! As far as the layering - I'm glad you got it figured out! I'm hoping to put together a short video on that topic this weekend


After this lesson, I spent any free time for four days tagging all of my digital elements in Picasa. I've done two lo's today and it's been SO EASY finding what I need. I'm not super familiar with Picasa (I need to play around and learn more) but I've been typing in what I need, finding where I can find it in my digital files, and then going to retrieve it. Before I was just going through each file until I found what I wanted and it took FOREVER!!! I feel like I sound like an infomercial for this month's lesson! Thanks Erica! This was a GREAT idea!


Awesome So, so happy that this was valuable information for you! And you've been SO productive! Loved checking out all of your lifts so far!


I began organizing all of the elements and kits that I have downloaded. I noticed in a lot of the scrap lifted layouts that peas are very specific in naming the kits that the elements of the LOs have come from. However when I was placing my elements into folders by designer, I lost the names of the kits. The names that are left are the names that the original designers named the elements.

I am wondering if it is acceptable to give credit by designer, or if it is necessary to rename all of my elements to include the kit name?


Personally, I am fine with being credited by name only. When someone sees as element they like, it's always nice to have the kit name provided but I'm not at all upset or offended if it's not mentioned. Like DreamsUnltd mentioned, I preserve kits in individual folders within a larger designer folder. So a single folder per designer with individual folders contained within for each kit. It's probably difficult to see but on page 2 of the pdf, you'll find a screenshot of my designer folders. The top of page three shows the inside of *one* of the designer folders with more folders for each kit. I hope that makes sense!


Just one clarification.... On page 1 of the PDF you state that JPGs aren't a lossless file format and that every time you open a JPG the quality of the file degrades a bit. Just a point of clarification - it's not every time you OPEN a JPG file that it degrades, it's every time you SAVE a JPG file it degrades. Simply opening and closing the file does nothing to it. I'm sure that was the intent of your statement, but for the true "newbies" it might be a little confusing and concerning.


Oh! You are absolutely right! I didn't make that clear enough in the write up - thank you so much for explaining that better than I did!

Thank you also for that wonderfully educational post on recoloring and categorizing. You are obviously a wealth of information - I hope you stick around for the duration of the class!


Thank you Erica for this class.

I already organise my completed images & downloads along similiar lines to your suggestions, which I found reassuring

Renaming the layers is new to me & will be very useful - thank you

I'm new to "tagging" so I need to look into both this aspect & Picasa to see if they will be beneficial to me.

I use an external backup system call Clickfree, which I can highly recommend (purchased from QVC) see http://www.clickfree.com/index.php for more details.


It's so great that you are on top of your organization! It took me awhile to develop a system that I was comfortable with and stuck to. It went through a lot of iterations before I figured out what worked best for me.

Thank you also for the clickfree recommendation - I'll definitely be checking ito that!


erica

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Posted: 3/12/2010 10:39:45 AM
Finally finished my first scraplift project. I like working under the pressure of these challenges. It actually motivates me to get something done!

My Inspiration:I'm So Pretty - By aerobigirl

My Lift: How Cute Am I?

I downloaded Picasa and am still going through the long process of tagging, etc. But I'm sure when it's done it will be a whole lot easier to find what I'm looking for. Thanks for sharing this info.

Tamara

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Posted: 3/17/2010 9:59:59 AM
I finally found the time to download Picasa! Now I need to go through and tag everything, it might take me awhile!



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Posted: 3/18/2010 12:57:18 PM
How is the tagging coming, ladies?


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Posted: 3/19/2010 10:25:19 AM
STill fiddling with Picasa. I think I understand tagging a bit more. I also found that I had my "import" setting set to change the name of the file to the tag. I fixed that and works much better. I think I still prefer to use Windows gallery. But I'm keeping an open mind with Picasa.

Still haven't done my lift. Hope to get some time tonight.



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Posted: 3/19/2010 10:52:33 PM
Hi I'm Sarah. I am new here and to digital scrapping as well. I came across your class just this week and really enjoyed the first two installments.

I really like the organization tips. I had tried to use some tips from other sites, but always felt overwhelmed or they just didn't work for me. Your style is a lot like the way my brain works and your comment about deleting parts of kits that you know you won't use was very freeing for me - thanks! I did some cleaning up and got everything tagged! yeah!

Now i just need to do my scrap lift. Can't wait for March's class.

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Posted: 3/21/2010 5:24:37 PM
Hi all! I completed my second ever digi layout and am trying to upload it. It appears at the bottom of the class (twice, sorry about that!) but in fact it doesn't appear in my gallery. And if I try to click on it there is a broken link. In fact, when I was trying to upload it, I couldn't complete the last step (that's why my project appears twice, I was trying to upload it twice). There's always a 500 internal error message that pops up. The same problem when I upload and try to link my projects for other classes or challenges. But it doesn't happen when I upload those "usual" ones. Does anybody has an idea why this is happening?


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Posted: 3/21/2010 11:49:33 PM
I'm having the same problem. This is my first time posting in the 2 peas gallery. Mine is now showing in the most recent section of the member gallery, but when i click on it the link is a broken link. I couldn't complete step 5 either and the layout is not showing up in my gallery. Help!

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Posted: 3/22/2010 8:30:43 AM
I start to believe that this is a general problem with the server... Help needed!!!


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Posted: 3/22/2010 11:32:56 AM
Finished my layout and finally got it to correctly load to the gallery. Its there twice because the first time it was a broken link oops!

My Inspiration: ~Karen~s Cell Phone

My Layout: I love you so much

Hope this one works!

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Posted: 3/22/2010 1:01:28 PM
I think there was a server issue but I just uploaded a project and it seems to be resolved now! Now I'm having a hard time accessing everyone's projects to comment, lol. I will keep trying though


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Posted: 3/23/2010 12:27:57 PM
Thanks for all the great tips!



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Posted: 3/23/2010 7:02:37 PM
It took me a while to organize and tag all of the things that I have downloaded over the past couple of weeks, but I finally did it! I didn't do as thorough of a job as Erica described in the lesson, so when I tried to start my first layout I was still having trouble finding things. I ended up spending the time to go back and be more specific in my tagging. I just wish Picasa had more spaces for auto complete option~ that would be amazing!

Unfortunately I did not save the name of the person who designed the original (still learning....). You can find my first digitallayout here!

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Posted: 3/24/2010 8:55:20 AM
Here is my January class layout. I didn't come across this class until last week so I am a little behind and actually finished and posted my February layout first! lol I had lots of fun with this and wanted to share. Fun at the Shanks

Thanks Erica for all the help. You are great at explaining things clearly and I love all the shortcuts I have already learned especially the resizing font ones!

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Posted: 3/25/2010 6:57:08 AM
You guys did such a great job with this! I'm still catching up with all of the beautiful layouts that were posted but I'm thrilled with everyone' progress and feedback so far! Onto March!


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Posted: 4/2/2010 7:22:25 PM
Hi Erika,
Can't get the video to play.
January's worked but only the you tube one
Any suggestions?

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Posted: 4/6/2010 7:32:15 PM
Oh - sorry for the confusion! There was no video for the February class - I know it's mentioned in the seed but that was on oversight on my part.

I apologize!


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Posted: 4/30/2010 5:05:27 AM
My scraplift: STARTING OUT
My inspiration: Idianem


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