|Posted: 2/16/2013 7:11:18 PM|
Alright PL experts...so let's say one week is a design D week but the next week is a design A week. What do you do? If i go right from D to A then you see the backside of a D week, KWIM? I am a very vertical photographer usually but it happens that week 6 was very horizontal. What does one do? TIA!
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|Posted: 2/16/2013 7:54:04 PM|
I am new to project life this year and maybe there is better advice from more seasoned PLers.
I like to switch up my page protectors and after having to trim photos and make things work with the spaces, I started planning the printing of my photos better.
My cannon selpy will change the orientation of my photos or I will go through whatever photos I have for a particular week and make sure that I know what size/orientation pocket I have to fill.
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|Posted: 2/17/2013 7:28:29 AM|
If Week 1 is two page D protectors, I think you would use the back of D for the left side and page A for the right side of Week 2.
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|Posted: 2/17/2013 8:08:25 AM|
Honestly, I just do my best to make the side B work for the next set of photos. I use lots of divided protectors in my scrapbooking and just have to be aware of the next group of photos when I'm picking out which protector to use. You could always use patterned paper, etc. to fill in extra spots.
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|Posted: 2/17/2013 9:39:40 AM|
I have been using 2 design A page protectors for one week and then I switched up and started using 1 design A page protector per week.
When I started PL the top(first) page protector was intro to 2013 that way when you turn the first page you have a 2 page spread for either 2 weeks or 1 week. This way you can also switch page protectors.