Photo printing

VioVio Photo Books Review

Several of the ladies on my staff go every year to some cottage somewhere do go “scrap-booking”. I see stores come and go selling scrap-booking stuff, whatever that is.  Personally, I think they really go to sit around and drink wine more than scrapbook (not that there is anything wrong with that….)!  If you want …

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Lulu Photo Book Review

  Lulu is a publishing house headquartered in Raleigh, NC.  They provide a variety of services to authors to help them design, publish, market, and distribute their work.  They produce hardcover or paperback books, ebooks, cookbooks, photo books, calendars, even CDs and DVDs.  You can create a book for just yourself, or you can buy …

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AdoramaPix Photo Book Review

I’ve always loved taking photos, but I’m not so good with keeping my photos arranged to make it easy to enjoy looking at them.  A few years ago, I tried scrapbooking, but that’s a very expensive hobby.  A single book could end up costing hundreds when you factor in cost of printing the pictures, buying …

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Picaboo Photo Books and Cards Review

A few years ago, making scrapbooks from photos seemed to be a national obsession.  Women especially seemed to spend hours (and untold dollars) preserving photos and family memories while exercising their artistic abilities.  I made a few scrapbooks in my day, and they are big, heavy, and hard to store.  Picaboo is an online service …

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Share Your Photos with Shutterfly Wink

Shutterfly has just launched Wink, a photo printing service that allows you to print your photos from a social networking site (Facebook or Flickr) or from your iPhone.  Instead of normal 4X6 prints, which sometimes are too large for the resolution of camera phone pictures or those stored on an internet site, you’ll get a “photostrip” …

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