timeTRAVELLERS - Turkey • 2013
by Stephen Oliver
Four friends explore Turkey in October 2013. The two week tour was organized through Medhills Travel.
Thank you Stephen and sorry about the delay in answering! I will take a look at In Design to see if its worth the monthly expense....I'll let you know if i decide to commit!
posted at 07:55PM Apr 28 PST
<Michael> I'll need an email address then to send the file to. Mine is stepoliv AT g mail DOT com
posted at 04:49PM Apr 21 PST
This is really nice, gives me ideas on how to make mine more interesting. Thank you for sharing this. Wish I have the in-design !
posted at 04:42PM Apr 21 PST
Thanks Stephen,I am using Adobe Indesign CS 5.5. Greatly appreciate as it could save me a lot of time setting up.Thanks & Regards,Michael
posted at 04:13PM Apr 21 PST
<micho111269> Thanks for your comments. As you'll see from other comments on the book, I used InDesign to layout the book. I would be happy to share the master layout file with you BUT you must have Adobe InDesign in order to use/open this file. Do you have this application and, if so, what version of the software?
posted at 07:38AM Apr 21 PST
Hi Stephen,I loved the format that you did for your book. It is beautiful and am interested if you don't mind sharing it with me too as I am about to start creating a photobbook for my recent trip. I have used the Blurb Booksmart template before and found your useful.Would appreciate your help.Thanks & Regards,MichaelAustralia
posted at 11:55PM Apr 20 PST
<< cristinabure >> I would be happy to share my template with you BUT you would need Adobe InDesign software to use it. The reason I used InDesign was that it gave me the freedom to lay out the book as I wished and because Blurb has a plugin for InDesign that contains the proper page dimensions, margins etc. You can probably use any page layout software to create the book as long as you observe the margin and printable areas that Blurb requires for their books. Basically, my book uses a grid system where everything on the page is a certain percentage of the space available. It's not complicated, nor original BUT you do need to be disciplined in how you lay out your photos. I do not crop any photos before adding them to a page. In InDesign, I move the picture around in it's "window" to achieve the crop and to make sure it fits the grid. Hope this helps somewhat.
posted at 07:32AM Mar 31 PST
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