Tips For Designing Your Own Family Photo Albums

December 28, 2012

in Photography Tips, Photography Tutorials

Making Your Own Family Photo Album - Photography & Design Tips via iHeartFaces.com


As we get ready to head into a new year of taking photos, we’d like to encourage all of our readers to remember to get their images OFF their hard drive and into their homes so that they can be viewed and enjoyed by all!

One great way to do this is by creating a family photo album that showcases the highlights of your year together. Susan Keller Photography shared a series of tutorials with us last year that taught how she designs her family photo albums. We absolutely love her albums and appreciated her tips so much. You can read through that series here:

Have you created your own family albums? Share your links below…we’d love to see your designs!

Susan Keller for I Heart Faces Susan Keller is an Orange County, California baby, child & family photographer. Subscribe to her blog or follow her on Facebook for tips, specials and client sneak peeks.

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cmckane January 2, 2013

Thanks for the links. I went on my first cruise last month and want to make an album for it. I’ve probably printed 10 pictures out in the last five years so I’m a little rusty!

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Shannon December 31, 2012

Great timing with this article as I have been contemplating sitting down and getting started on this (past) year’s book.

I do have a question for you since you are a self-proclaimed LR junkie: have you used the book making module in the latest version of LR? I know it is Blurb-specific, but you can also “print” finished books to PDFs. Just wondering if you have played with it at all and how it compares to FotoFusion?

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Life with Kaishon December 29, 2012

Susan does such an incredible job of compiling albums. She always amazes me! Thank you for these links! : )

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Declan Mc Glone December 28, 2012

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