Monthly Archives: June 2013

Brainstorming, Part 3

In this third part of my series on brainstorming, I will explore individual brainstorming. In Part 2, I noted that brainstorming was first devised as a group activity. However, many researchers now agree that individual brainstorming is as effective as group brainstorming, or maybe even more so.

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My First Photo Book

Photo Book Page 1Since there was a demand for some examples, ๐Ÿ˜‰ here are a few pages of my very first photo book. I’ll use the opportunity to say a few words about layouting along the way and share a few things I learned. Continue reading

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Creative Photo Books

I recently discovered photo books as a new hobby. I wouldn’t call myself a photographer and would never think of going out just to take pictures. But I love snapshooting, and since I started with these photo books, I’ve found that there are a few very beautiful shots among them. I also discovered that putting photo books together is an art form in its own right that deserves some attention. As I’m learning, I’d like to share my adventure. Allow me to start by sharing the story of how this topic grabbed my attention … Continue reading

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Brainstorming, Part 2

In this second part of what seems to have turned into a series on brainstorming, all by itself, ๐Ÿ˜‰ I want to discuss group brainstorming in some more detail. Learn about its advantages and disadvantages, and how to group-brainstorm effectively.

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