Have you ever thought you might like to complete a Photo a Day or Project 365 one year?  Don’t even know what that is?  Or have you completed one and would like some tips and tricks for photography and album pages?  If you answered “yes’ to any of these questions, this is the Portfolio for you.  You will not only learn about what the Day2Day project is, you will learn some fabulous photography tips to keep you inspired and on track together with some album page ideas and tricks to simplify and speed up the whole process plus some iPhone/Smartphone inspiration for those photos on the run.

It’s all here and ready to get you going!



Video Segments

One Day at a Time? – Part 1 – An Overview of Day2Day (12.22 min)

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One Day at a Time? – Part 2 – Layouts  (17.29 min)

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One Day at a Time? – Part 3 – Covers, 2 Page Spreads & Journalling (16.15 min)

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One Day at a Time? Part 4 – Done is better than Perfect using Smartphones (12.22 min)

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Click the image above to download these handouts

Click the image above to download a handout on Smartphone Print Resolutions, Apps & Resources

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Digital Kits used in this portfolio


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5 Responses to D2D Gold Portfolio: One Day at a Time

  1. Jill Kowall says:

    Under Handouts it says to click on the image to download. I don’t seem to see an image to click for the downloads – is it just me? (I have never done the Day2Day but I have always wanted to try.
    I am super excited to try this for 2018)

    • Alison says:

      Apologies, Jill. This is a very old post and many of the links here are broken. We will need to see if we can fix them, but it may take us a while to track down the handouts and other images from such a long time ago. We will let you know if we manage to restore them.

  2. kmayster says:

    Oh my gosh, Justine, your photos are FABULOUS! I want to strive to be that good.

  3. Tina Bruderer says:

    love the smartphone info

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