Many traditional clipping albums are not tempted to experiment with digital demolition of homes because of the widespread myths about the transition to digital broadcasting. This article demystifies these concepts and explains the benefits of immersion in the world of digital demolition.

Digital myth number one.

To create digital albums, I have to be a computer guru and study complex software.


Today’s digital scrapbooking software is easier than ever, even for hobbyists. Most programs offer 30-day free trials, which are usually enough to try out. And while learning takes time, you’ll find that an endless array of stunning innovative scrapbooking and photo collage frames cost minimal effort.

Digital myth number two.

My digital albums look amateurish because I have no experience with them.


Even a budding digital photography specialist can create professional-quality photo collages with a wide range of easy-to-use album templates and collage frames available today. Photos edited electronically are of higher quality, computer text is always direct and computer font is still readable. In general, the pages of digital albums look more professional than traditional design, and increase the sense of pride in their projects.

Digital myth number three.

Digital scrapbooking is more expensive than traditional scrapbooking.


By going to design digital albums, you will save money … And time. If you already have a computer, all you have to do is purchase album layout software and digital album sets that are fairly inexpensive. The equivalent of paper, scissors, glue, jewelry and clippings is much more expensive, and once you use them, they disappear. On the other hand, the design of digital albums and frames for collages can be used endlessly. Think about the money you’ll save by traveling with gasoline to both handicraft stores and the money you can save on gifts by giving friends and family personalized photo collages.

Digital myth number 4.

Switching to digital album design will limit my creativity.


You can take your creativity to the next level with the many digital album designs and collage frames available today. Choose your favorite design and turn it into anything. You can mix and match or create your own unique styles. Customize colors, sizes, patterns, location … Add audio and even video… Your possibilities are endless.

Digital myth number 5.

I don’t have time to learn how to make digital albums.


The modern program for digital scrapbooking is so easy to use and intuitive that it is not difficult to master. Once you get used to it, digital scrapbooking will save you time. Fixing bugs, editing, moving, and viewing items is much easier and faster digitally than manually. You can change the size and size of the background and the frames of the photo collage with a few simple clicks and instantly create beautiful memories.

Digital myth number 6.

I need a digital camera to create digital albums.


Even if you only have a film camera, you can still create digital albums by scanning images on your computer or putting the footage on a CD. Finally, you can use the electronic photos that your friends and family have sent you. Of course, given that today the price of digital cameras is constantly falling, you can still want to buy a digital camera!

Digital myth number 7.

When I switch to digital albums, I have to give up the traditional design of albums, as well as the social aspects and aspects of communication that arise when creating albums with my friends and family.


On the contrary, digital scrapbooking expands social circles. Many digital editors come together to share their digital resources and knowledge of publishing programs. They attend scrapbooking conventions and meet others in online chat rooms. You can also take advantage of the power of a digital album for clippings to stay in touch with distant friends and family through emails, websites, and easy-to-print copies of album pages that you can email them. You can also record them on CDs and DVDs.

You don’t need to become an expert digital scrapbooker overnight. Start out small by making a simple digital photo album, then work your way up to a full-fledged scrapbook. Happy scrapping!

Digital scrapbooking diva Sasha Byers explores the world of documenting memories digitally, providing insight and ideas on how to create digital photo collages and scrapbooks. She offers tips on scrapbooking important events, travels and major life periods such as childhood, school athletics and a child’s transition out of the nest. She also debunks common myths about digital scrapbooking and addresses frequent questions on this popular new hobby. Sasha’s blogs provide answers, tips and digital scrapbooking ideas to help you create sharper, more attractive scrapbooks in half the time