Sunday, July 20, 2014

Episode 26: Photos, Photos, Photos!!!

This week's show is all about the #1 item you need to!! We'll talk candidly about the ups and downs of amateur photography, why we miss film, the cameras we use, the types of pictures we take and more. Grab a few photos of your own and make a page while you listen! 

Here are three ways to listen...
1) ScrapGals on Podomatic
2) ScrapGals on iTunes
3) Right here on this player...

Here's a link to the classes we discussed...
The Phone Photography Project 2
Maggie Holmes Workshops
Creative Live

For printing photos, we prefer Snapfish

Thanks for visiting! We love to hear from you - leave us a comment! 

Tiffany and Tracie


  1. Hey ladies! Kind of fun to see this up. I am awaiting a photo order from Shutterfly. :) Downloading a large file and uploading photos to my Shutterfly acct, but afterwards, I will be downloading. You know the one thing I have found is that my photography has drastically improved since I started scrapbooking. Brit's baby photos.. ugh! I have to figure out a way to scrap those. Any suggestions for something like that? Where you have crazy background clutter or it looks like Crayola exploded?? Or better yet, the subject of my photo is little? It took me a few years to figure out to fill the frame. LOL Now, my photos are pretty good, if I do say so myself. New ones on my FB page today. ;) (VERY happy for our hot, humid day today! We were able to hit the splash pad in my old neighborhood).

  2. Glad you finally got your heat wave Michelle!!!

    1. Thanks, Tracie. Unfortunately, that was it. Well, that and the day I got sunburned. Those few days and the 10 days down by you is about the extent of my "summer". Hoping and wishing for a mild winter this season. I don't know that I can take more -50F days. I hope all is well with you. :)

  3. Hi Tracie & Tiffany!
    I love love love your podcast. You gals always make me laugh and keep me company while cleaning or scrapping. :)
    I have a quick question about how you store your photos. When you get a big order of photos, how do you store or organize them? I usually print on demand at home or print them to a local store in super small batches (with one, maybe two layouts, in mind). I'm growing kind of tired of having that extra step in my process, so I'm planning on starting to print photos in big batches. I just placed a large photo order (100+), and I don't know how to organize/store my photos.
    Do you print in large batches? (You probably answered this in the podcast, but I listened to it over a week ago! :) Sorry!) If so, how do you store your photos?
    Thanks, ladies! You're both great; keep those podcasts coming!

  4. Another HUGE fan of CreativeLive! I was lucky enough to be in the studio audience for Lain Ehmann's class last May. It was awesome. I have all the details on my blog if you're interested in the behind-the-scenes. ;)