Photo BooksHave you ever made a photo book after your vacation?
From Wendy PurdyYesterday, I won a free 8x8 photo book from Shutterfly through the Coke Rewards program. I've never made an on-line photo book before, but hey, it was free. If I messed it up too badly, at least I wouldn't be out a lot of money.
Posted August 18, 2012 at 3:48 PM
Since my family has visited the Disneyland Resort two to three times per month since last July, I thought that would be a great subject for the book. Here is a link to my finished effort:
I had a lot of fun making the book. I'm sure it is a poor effort compared to other photo book experts out there. I'm sure some of you are on this site. Does anyone else have theme park/travel related links they would like to share to give us some great ideas? Or maybe some would like to share some tips?
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From Sarah BarnesI have recently made 3 of these, one for my disneyland photos for this year and one for my trip to europe last year. I also went back and redid my 2010 one that I started but never got finished. I've always found I have too many photos I want to put in and I never have room or can be bothered putting captions in. I find them great for carting round to show people where I went, as long as they are interested of course. I tend to use one background through out and stick with it.
Posted August 19, 2012 at 12:13 AM
From Andrew DoughertyMy dad did 2. 1 for universal and 1 for Disney when we went in October
Posted August 22, 2012 at 5:02 PM
From Jake Johnsongreat idea.. they will love it when older and it will bring back fun memories as well.. with the price of making a photo book now and this for free, it getting to be a nice thing to have at least one of for the kids to have for later in life..
Posted August 28, 2012 at 1:31 PM
good job and yours it look good..:)
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