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26 November 2006 @ 03:30 am
Photo Books!  
I can't believe it's been almost a month since my wedding (10/29)!

And don't worry, I'll promise I'll post about it sometime before the next millennium, :-P

I should be developing my one time use cameras soon (three are missing. Oh, well. =(), and I would like to create some photo books with all the pictures. I've looked a lot of sites, but most of them are too rigid in their lay-out / background options for my taste. I found two interesting sites that seem like they might work, but I'd like to be sure of the quality of these products before I commit my time to making (and subsequently buying) anything.

So, does anyone know about:

1. Picaboo

2. PhotoWorks

I'm particularly interested in the Picaboo one, because it doesn't mention the kind of paper they use.

Thanks in advance!
 
 
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distractseasily: newlywedsdistractseasily on November 30th, 2006 10:46 pm (UTC)
picaboo
My Matron of Honor (my sister) made my guest book. It was a photobook from Picaboo. It has a hard cover with a picture window cut out on the front.
The pages themselves are a medium weight paper stock with glossy shine. It is not photographic type paper. The pictures look good though. I loved the layouts she picked. Some pages were regular type picture layouts and other were overlapped and turned at angles.

So from the receiving end I like picaboo, I have not tried it out from a user aspect. Hope this helps.

I have always made my photobooks using mypublisher.com but they can be pricey (I try to order when they have sale coupons)
Jessi G.krazymazy on December 18th, 2006 10:55 am (UTC)
Re: picaboo
Thanks for the input!
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Jessi G.krazymazy on December 18th, 2006 10:55 am (UTC)
Re: Picaboo
Thanks!