10 Tips for Creating a Fab Photo Book
[Editor's Note: I’m one of those people that hoards photos. I have old computers that I can’t let go because I have yet to print all the old pictures off of them. My cell phone and iPod Touch are crammed full of quickie pictures of the kids and Instagrams. I always have the best of intentions for printing these pictures up and putting them in an album or better yet scrapbooking them, but it never seems to happen. Emily from Joyful Abode has just convinced me that the best thing for me to do with my surplus of photos is have them printed into photo books. She has even shared 10 great tips to make sure my photo books are the best they can be. I can hardly wait to get printing. - Jen]
Emily makes some great points with her pro-photobook argument: " And these are books that will take up MUCH less space than scrapbooks, be much more fun to look through than computer files, and – in the case of disaster (fire, flood, a toddler who tears pages or colors with sharpie) – can be printed again and again."