A few weeks ago I bought a photo frame collage that looks something like this:
I like these frames because they let me display a lot of photos. But I don’t like having to resize photos into odd shapes, like 3”x3” squares, and print them out. First, it isn’t the most exciting task, know what I mean? And second, the photo editing software I have only lets me print one image per page. Photo paper is expensive, and I hate wasting it.
Thankfully, I realized that Revu could help me resize my photos quickly and also help me save some of that precious photo paper.
You see, Revu’s Properties Panel gives you a lot of control for manipulating markups, including allowing you to resize them. In fact, the layouts portion of the Properties Panel includes a field where you can adjust your markup’s size by simply typing in the desired width and height.
So to print my photos, I used Bluebeam’s Insert Image tool to insert them into a blank PDF. Then I went straight to the Properties Panel to edit the sizes. I filled that PDF up with as many resized photos that would fit on the page, and printed it out. It was easy to do, and I didn’t waste my photo paper.
What cool things have you discovered in Bluebeam? Let me know. And remember, to keep on PDF’ing!