FotoFusion Extreme - The Basics
Posted on Tuesday, March 24, 2009 :: 5186 Views
FotoFusion, from LumaPix, is an outstanding page layout program geared towards creating collages (i.e. flush mount books), class composites, cards, etc. In these first eight videos we take a look at some of the basic functions of Fotofusion Extreme.
FotoFusion Extreme - Interface
Posted on Tuesday, March 31, 2009 :: 3414 Views
In this lesson we'll go over the basics of the interface for FotoFusion Extreme from LumaPix. Topics include the Create Tab, the main toolbar, the Organize Tab, assigning keywords and ratings, and the Share and Output Tabs among others.
FotoFusion Extreme - Create A Simple Contact Sheet
Posted on Thursday, April 2, 2009 :: 2733 Views
While waiting for the next big batch of FotoFusion Extreme videos, why not check out this nifty demonstration on how to make a simple 10 x 8 contact sheet and save it as a template.
FotoFusion Extreme - Name Template
Posted on Thursday, April 2, 2009 :: 1837 Views
Here we demonstrate how to create a simple template with your name and a single image floated on an 8 x 10. We'll then use the 'auto duplicate page' and 'auto populate' features to quickly create multiple pages from the same template.
Fotofusion Extreme - Workflow
Posted on Monday, April 6, 2009 :: 1745 Views
In these videos we take a look at one possible workflow scenario for creating a 10 x 10 flush mount album with FotoFusion Extreme. We'll look at organizing your images into pages or groups using keywords and the buckets in the Organize Tab for an easier creation process. We'll then set up all of our canvases to further expedite the actual creation ...
FotoFusion Extreme - Auto Collage
Posted on Tuesday, April 7, 2009 :: 1950 Views
If you've ever been overwhelmed by your workload and needed to get things moving quickly, then chances are FotoFusion's auto collage feature can help you out. Whether you use it to create a full blown album, or just as a starting point for your creative process, auto collage can speed things up when you need it to.
FotoFusion Extreme - Mattes
Posted on Wednesday, April 8, 2009 :: 4387 Views
Give your images feathered or artistic style edges with mattes. Use the ellipse mattes to frame your image in a circle or oval, or the gradient matte to fade out part of an image. Create your own matte in Photoshop, save it as a JPG, tell FotoFusion that's it's a matte, then drop it onto your image.