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Any experience with photobooks?

1. debsch28 September 2010, 22:14 GMT +02:00

Hello all, long time no see...

I am looking into making a photobook of my sister’s recent visit to Australia. I google searched as per usual and found a few sites but the one that I found with the easy-to-use (and offline) software is www.printmyphotobook.com

Has anyone had any dealings with this company good or bad?

Can anyone recommend an alternative (with easy to use offline software)?

Thank you!

2. xymonau28 September 2010, 23:06 GMT +02:00

I don't know and can't help, but do places like Zazzle or Cafepress do anything like that?

3. pitabox98729 September 2010, 5:31 GMT +02:00

If you or a friend has a Mac withe iLife suite you can use iPhoto to create beautiful photo books, that can be delivered to your doorstep.

I don't know if that's useful, but I have many friends happy with the result!

Here's a link, the service is available in Australia. - fees will relate to the production of the product, but they're quite reasonable.




4. crisderaud8 October 2010, 18:23 GMT +02:00

You might want to take a look at this one.

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