I was asked an interesting question this week.
“Can I run all of my digital artwork from an external drive only?”
The simple answer to the question is yes, and I’ll show you how you can do that. However, please also read a few of my comments on that below after the how-to.
I honestly can’t believe I haven’t written this post before because I feel like I’ve explained it dozens of times. I think I’ve left bits and pieces of this information in other posts, but I never fully wrote down the process to move Artisan, and more importantly, Artisan content, to a new computer.
Today I just want to share a quick tip about importing a page or pages you’ve already created in Artisan 5 into another project. This might happen if you want to add a page you made for one book into another one.
I have been meaning to clean up my Content Manager in Artisan for a while. But it’s one of those things that gets put on the back burner and I still haven’t done it. So I’m very glad that Mendy asked me this question today because I can explain how to fix a messy bunch …
I am the first to admit that although I really like new technology and software, I am really old school when it comes to how I take my photos. Up until this point, I almost always use a camera, and if it can be my DSLR camera, that’s my preference. I grew up with a big camera around my neck (in high school as a yearbook photographer) and it’s just what I’m comfortable with. My phone photos have been just snapshots, and often not very clear.
Today, I did something I haven’t done in two years. I shot a YouTube video for you. Woohoo! It’s all about how to import/use Creative Memories’ digital content (or digital content from any site other than Forever) into Artisan 5 for use in your photo projects. You can view the video below, or scroll down …