Using Autoflow


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Using Autoflow

As you start to layout pages, you can speed up the process. For example, on this page here, I have two photos. If I want to add another picture, I could take the time to select from the Layout template and choose another option, or I could just take the fast track. Grab the picture, drag it on over and it adds to the page. This makes it easy to quickly change what things look like. Now, if I decide I want to put this picture up here, you'll notice things swap.

In this case, I'll just put the cuter photo up top, and adjust it, but I want to switch the order here. She is looking to the left, and right now she's staring into an empty space, but by swapping the order of these two pictures, we have better composition. Her eye line is looking right at you and a bit down, which naturally takes you to this photo. And this eye line is looking over here, which makes a nice circle and then actually she is looking back up.

This sort of visual flow is not something you're always go...

Using Autoflow
Video duration: 3m 41s 2h 7m Intermediate

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Using Autoflow provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Richard Harrington as part of the Creating Photo Books with iPhoto

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Photography
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iPhoto
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