Photo Books - Recommendations

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  • I've been making photo albums each year, using photobox and generally I've been impressed.

    This year I want to do a few smaller format books, really high quality and one larger book.

    Any recommendations of suppliers, who's best for quality and who has a good interface for layouts?

  • You could download a trial of InDesign to layout yourself and send to Blurb...

  • Is InDesign the best option for laying out stuff like photo books? I've got access to an adobe CC account but never downloaded indesign.

  • It’s the industry standard for publishing... it’s pretty easy to get the hang of - you could learn it well enough with a couple of hours of YouTube and poking around.

  • Anyone planning on making a book of images as a Christmas present (like me) then Blurb currently have a discount code (FANTASTICFIFTY) that gets you 50% off.

  • Nice one. Been meaning to push the button on a pdf I’ve been sitting on for a while now.

  • Digging this thread out again. If anyone is looking to print a book, we recently had our wedding album done with DS Colour Labs - . Very impressed with the quality. Colours came out 'right', tones were really nice, and their binding means you can view a picture across the book's seam. Also had good guidance on their website to prepare the pics & album.

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Photo Books - Recommendations

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