FOTOFUSION TUTORIAL PDF
My name is Alexis, I’m 18 years old, I live in Paris and I practice digital double exposure. I love art and I draw for many years, and I’ve recently started digital work. Online Tutorials Tutorials are embedded directly into the FotoFusion interface. When you click on any item on the canvas that has video clips. All Things FotoFusion Related. Below are all of our FotoFusion related items. Please note that while most of these videos are quite old, the concepts are still.
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I will show you how to create this page from start to finish:.
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Create a Digital Scrapbooking file under your documents on your computer. Make sure you have a Zip utility on your computer. The most common one is called WinZip. If you don’t have it, you will need to download a free one from the internet.
This program “opens” your digital files so that you can use them. This is the one I use:.
All Things FotoFusion Related
Fotlfusion you are having tutoriao, please contact me, and I’ll help. Click on the “Promise” collection, and it will direct you to where you need to click in order to download. It will ask you where you want to save it to, so be sure to save it to your new Digital Scrapbooking file. Once it is finished downloading, you will need to unzip it.
Do that by right-clicking on the zipped file.
If you have WinZip, choose that one. Click Extract, and be sure to save it to your Digital Scrapbooking file. Now, you will have two files: One zipped File, and one unzipped. fotfusion
I like to rename my files so that I can easily see what type of kit it is. So, for this one, I would name it SP Promise. SP is short for Shabby Princess. Now FotoFusion will be able to read your digital kit.
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This will be a 12×12 canvas, which you want. You will go tutoral your Promise Kit. Click the little box, and all the delicious stuff will appear in the window. As you can see, the Promise elements appear in the window. This is where you will drag all your goodies on to the page from. You do that by simply left-clicking and dragging.
Drag the yellow rotofusion paper onto the canvas and left-click. To set the bucket tutoriql so that it doesn’t keep closing, click on the little pin on the top right corner of that window.
Now you want to make a frame. To do that, click on the little square with the plus sign inside on the top row of tabs, as shown below: This will give you an empty frame on your canvas. Resize as shown previously; dragging the blue handles until you have it centered on the page. To move the frame, just click in the middle of the frame and drag to center it. You may have noticed that as you resized the frame, blue arrows with numbers appeared.
Drag the handles until you’ve sized it to about 7. Making sure the frame is selected, on your far right side of your screen, click on the middle square, left side in the little frame dialog box, as shown as Step 1 below:. Select the middle frame, and drag the blue handle down until you have resized it to line up with the other two bottom frames, as shown below.
To do that, select the first image frame, and then hover your mouse over the square in the frame box, as shown, and when the mat is red, click on it.
This will bring up the box where you can change the width of the border, change color, etc.
Do the same steps with all of the image frames where you don’t want a border. Now, the fun part – decorating! If you want to try a different pattern, simply select it from the bucket and drag it in, and it will replace the previous one. No layout is complete without a title and some journaling. So, click on the little “T” in the frame dialog box, as shown.
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This will bring up the text dialog box. Type in your title. I will name mine “A Sleepover”. You can change the font, size and color of your title as shown.