Re: [art_education] recommend online photo book?
- Just got my finished Shutterfly books, and the quality is magnificent!! As a publisher, I am doubly impressed! I loved the creative changes I could make in Shutterfly... and the templates are really nice too.Very very nice.MaryAnnOn Nov 30, 2011, at 8:03 PM, Ruth Spiro wrote:
I've used both Blurb and Walgreens, and there is a huge difference in quality.If you just want something quick and inexpensive, Walgreens is fine, but you get what you pay for.The books I made with Blurb took longer for me to put together and cost substantially more, but the quality of the photos was excellent and the book was sturdier. (I gave them as gifts, so was willing to pay more.) Blurb requires you to download their software, with Walgreens you do it online. The nice thing about Walgreens is that they're ready very quickly, possibly the same day. If you use Walgreens, make sure you get a coupon code, you can usually save 30% or more.I guess it just depends what you'll be using them for, but you're right, you have many options!Has anyone made a book through iPhoto/Apple? I was thinking of trying that next.Good luck!Ruth SpiroOn Nov 30, 2011, at 9:45 PM, MARYANN KOHL wrote:
I want to make an online photo book that is reasonably priced that has templates/options.I've seen Walgreens, Blurb, Snapfish, Costco, Lulu, and others. I've seen too many, I think!Wondering what you recommend for the all around best price and flexibility?