Monday, April 29, 2013

RadLab GIVEAWAY!!! Check it out!

RadLab is so awesome that they just offered me a copy of  RadLab to giveaway to a lucky winner!!!  Check out a few of my RadLab posts here:

Coupon! Coupon!
A Quick Hello and a Re-Start
I DID It! My First Album and RadLab!

Winner will be a random pick from the comments received on this blog post!  Share this post on Facebook and Twitter, link me up, and get another chance to win. Three chances - Comment, Share on FB, and Share on Twitter. Please provide a link to FB or Twitter for that entry to count!

This is totally rad! Pun intended!

Giveaway to close on Sunday May 5th, 12 noon EST!  Get your entry in now... and share, share, share!

Happy Happy!
Jenn (jk703)
The Typative Scrapper

Sunday, April 28, 2013


For what you ask?  RadLab, of course!  Lol!  :)

I bought RadLab over a year ago, and my photos never looked the same - they looked way better, awesome even!  And I'm not even a great photographer!  My everyday snaps and click turned into drap too dark, too light, blah photos... Not anymore!  With RadLab - I get great looking photos! Every.Single.Time!  Really.

As most know... I'm a digital scrapper, and I've had so many fellow scrappers ask about using RadLab. Using Photoshop is totally different for the scrapper than for those that are professional photographers. It really appeals to many scrappers for our everyday photos, so quick, and so versatile. RadLab makes our everyday ordinary somewhat plain photos pop and look wonderful for our scrapbooks. I know RadLab doesn't mainly target scrapbookers - but it is a great niche all of us that are non-professional photo takers, including myself.

I thought it would be fun to offer a discount to my fellow scrappers... so if you go and purchase RadLab, use the code TYPATIVE to get a 15% discount off of the $99 price. Now, this is a great deal!  Especially since it was about $50 more when I purchased it!!

I'd love to see some of your before and after shots and share your recipe with me!  I enjoy saving my recipes as I go, so that all of the photos on my layout have that cohesive  look and color across the board. Super simple!

Every single digital scrapbook page in the last year has been edited using RadLab. It is named Totally Rad for a reason, lol! You can check out my galleries at ScrapMatters and Scrap Orchard to see all of my images!

Just think.... 75 different photo editing actions done in under 2 minutes... and then you get to customize each and every option. Add warmth, add a touch of black and white, give it a sun flare, remove an orange cast, add an aqua tone, sharpen it up and to top it off add an antique look. All in a few clicks. Really. Trust me... that super simple! 

Use the TYPATIVE coupon code to get your 15% discount today! 
It is totally worth it! 

I might have something else up my sleeve, but I'll come back and share that later on! Promise... tutorial is next up!  How about.... Artistic Filters or a fun way to Mimc Instagram in Photoshop!?

Thanks for stopping by! 
Jenn (jk703)

Thursday, April 18, 2013

A Quick Hello... and A Re-Start...

Starting slowly... and probably randomly.... I'm planning on posting 1-2 times a month... tutorials, tips, random scrap pages, maybe a recipe or two... and then some RadLab before and afters.

I hope all is going well with everyone else that lives on their computers!  It is finally starting to get more springlike here in the Northeast - I love it. Just a few more weeks and it will be beautiful!

Just a quick post about a recent before and after using RadLab. RadLab is an awesome pre-set that you use with Photoshop and Photoshop Elements to edit your photos. It is about 75 actions done in about a minute! Not one at a time, all of them!  Pick and choose what you like and your done!

Here is my before and after...
and my layout with the same picture... linked to SO for full credits. It uses digital products from Scrapping with Liz, Happy Scrap Girl, and a Scrap Orchard Mega kit. 

It is perfect for what I wanted... and totally matches the kit colors, lol! 
You should try the 30 version of RadLab for free:

Next up... a tutorial!  That will be up towards the end of the month! 
jk703/The Typative Scrapper