One of my favorite things about Photojunction is how easy it is to do a free-design album. This is especially so when it comes to Queensberry albums, since I love that you can free design matted books with them. But not everyone likes free design for albums. Some prefer templates. There isn’t anything wrong with that. And in my opinion, Photojunction couldn’t make it any easier for you. There are so many reasons I feel this way, so we’ll start at the beginning.
Building a library of templates to work with is unbelievably easy in Photojunction. If you are like me and free design your albums, Photojunction saves those layouts for you automatically! Remember that particularly beautiful album you did last month? The one that was featured on the Queensberry blog? On the left side of the Event Window, there is a header labeled Template Albums. If you expand that you’ll see all the past albums you created. And there you have it, your library was already built for you!
Maybe you are just starting with Photojunction, or you are looking to freshen up your design style a bit. A template store is built into Photojunction. In the bottom right corner of the PJ Welcome screen, click on the Photojunction Store link. You can purchase templates from Queensberry or from other photographers, your peers, all with the simple click of a button. And now that you see how easy it is for another photographer to sell their templates to you, what are you waiting for? You could be making a little bit extra too!
Next time: Organizing Your Collection
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