Travel Journaling: Capture Memories On the Go | Peggy Dean | Skillshare

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Travel Journaling: Capture Memories On the Go

teacher avatar Peggy Dean, Top Teacher | The Pigeon Letters

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Topics include illustration, design, photography, and more

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Lessons in This Class

10 Lessons (45m)
    • 1. Introduction to Travel Journaling

    • 2. Packing Supplies for the Journey

    • 3. Travel Journaling Styles

    • 4. Printing Photos On The Go - Option 1

    • 5. Printing Photos - Option 2

    • 6. Layouts for Your Journal

    • 7. Section Dividers

    • 8. Layers on Layers

    • 9. Quick Tip: Fix Mistakes

    • 10. Your Class Project

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About This Class

This bite-sized class will take you on an adventure so that you can document your own journey, exactly how you want to capture it. We'll be covering

  1. Travel journaling supplies to help you pack light 

  2. Different styles of travel journaling to spark your imagination and keep your process feeling like YOU

  3. Composition - We'll walk through a layout together so you can watch it organically come together

  4. Quick tips to help your process

Think for a moment about how many photos we take when we travel. Now think about how many of those photos we revisit. If you're anything like, well, most of us, you take 10x more photos than you care to look at again, and when you're scouring your trip photos in your thousands of digital images, most of them get skipped. But what about all those little things that happened throughout your adventure? Things that really made it memorable?... that interaction with a waiter at a hole-in-the-wall restaurant that turned into a subtle joke, that not-so-hilarious moment when you tripped on your own foot before you even reached the cobblestone—that you'll laugh about later... that little alley detour you took that led you to a 50 sq ft antique shop with a quirky owner who you chatted with for an hour... it's these moments that we wouldn't think to reference when we're just skimming through our digital photo dump.


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Peggy Dean

Top Teacher | The Pigeon Letters

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Hey hey! I'm Peggy.

I'm native to the Pacific Northwest and I love all things creative. From a young age I was dipping everything I could into the arts. I've dabbled in quite an abundance of varieties, such as ballet, fire dancing, crafting, graphic design, traditional calligraphy, hand lettering, painting with acrylics and watercolors, illustrating, creative writing, jazz, you name it. If it's something involving being artistic, I've probably cycled through it a time or two (or 700). I'm thrilled to be sharing them with you!

Visit my Instagram for daily inspiration: @thepigeonletters, and s... See full profile

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