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Old Sep 15, 2013, 9:32 PM   #1
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Default Making an apple photo book

Anyone have experience with creating then purchasing one of the photo books through Apple?

Maybe another company?

I would like to hear your experience.
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Old Oct 5, 2013, 1:50 AM   #2
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Anyone have experience with creating then purchasing one of the photo books through Apple?

Maybe another company?

I would like to hear your experience.
I have used Shutterfly. Good service and pretty easy to do especially if your photo enabled and a have a little computer savvy.
Start with a small project to test the water.

http://www.shutterfly.com/photo-book...id=VOGOHOLIDAY

And no I don't work there.
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I know a professional fine art photographer in the Catskills who publishes books using Apple. I have seen the books in his studio they look professional and nice. His books are here: http://vanishingcatskills.com/book.htm
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G'day Mike

I have used Snapfish by HP

As the books I create are using images of 4 x 6" and smaller [except for the cover] I downsize them all to 2mpx prior to uploading - saves a lot of upload time

Then it's a matter of choosing the page background style, page photo layout, then click 'n drag an image onto the template

When all images are loaded - and some are rearranged to & fro onto differing pages, I then start the text to go with the images

As said above - do a small project first to get the hang of it before going for the 'big' one ... hope this all helps
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