Travel photo book

Old Jul 29, 15, 3:46 am
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Travel photo book

My friend is about to get married in the travel. It's so cool. He says he will make a travel photo book. But he doesn't know how to do. Can you give him some ideas about the making the travel photo book?
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Old Jul 29, 15, 11:27 am
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He could look at www.blurb.com. I haven't used it so I can't really vouch for it, but there it is.
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Old Jul 30, 15, 6:32 am
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I've used shutterfly for a few books and it's very easy to upload photos and customize the books.
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Old Jul 30, 15, 1:41 pm
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I've used several of them, but it's been a few years and it looks like there are more and more every day. My suggestion would be to read through the various comparison site.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/p...ter-and-phone/

http://www.cnet.com/news/best-and-wo...sites-for-you/

http://www.tomsguide.com/us/best-pho...view-2651.html

http://time.com/3602554/best-photobooks-2014/

From a very cursory pass, Shutterfly and Mixbook appear near the top a few times.

Some of it depends on what you're looking for. I wanted large (17x11 or so), full bleed, uploading my fully processed photos with no "auto correction" from the provider, which greatly limited the options.
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Old Jul 30, 15, 2:43 pm
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We use shutterfly and make a book after every vacation. They are pretty reasonably priced and there are always coupon codes floating around.
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