Join Jan Kabili for an in-depth discussion in this video Importing photos from photo-sharing services, part of Creating Photo Books with Blurb.
Online photo sites like Flickr have become really popular as a place to…share and store photos.…If you store photos on a photo site like Flickr or Photobucket, Picasa Web…or SmugMug, you can slurp your photos down from there straight into a…BookSmart book library.…Let's see how this works with Flickr.…I'll click Get Photos and then I'll choose Flickr.com.…Now the first time I do this, I've to go through a little authorization…handshake between Flickr and BookSmart.…I'll click Authorize in this message box. That opens my web browser to Flickr…and here I'll sign in.…
Here, Flickr is telling me that Blurb wants to link to my Flickr account, and over…here it says that if I got to this page because I asked blurb to connect to…this account, click here.…So I'll click Next.…Flickr wants me to authorize blurb to access the Flickr account.…So I'll click OK, I'll authorize it.…And now I've successfully authorized blurb.…I'll close this window per the instructions and go back to Blurb and here…there's another message.…
- Planning a photo book
- Color managing photos for BookSmart
- Laying out pages in BookSmart
- Troubleshooting image size in BookSmart
- Importing photos to Bookify
- Adding, deleting, and moving pages in Bookify
- Downloading and installing Blurb's InDesign plug-in
- Uploading a PDF to Blurb
- Ordering and selling photo books
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Ready to Make a Book
2. Using Blurb BookSmart Desktop Software
3. Using Blurb Bookify Online
4. Using PDF to Book
5. Ordering and Selling Your Book
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