Turn unused wedding pictures in Photo Books
As well as your professional wedding pictures, have you managed to stockpile a massive amount of digital images that were taken by relatives and friends? The standard of some of them could be veering towards professional quality and it seems a shame to leave them stranded on your laptop. Why not turn them into Photo Books that are created in a matter of minutes. Using specialist software you'll be able to bring Photo books to life and promote your photos in the perfect fashion. A range of templates are available to use in the design of the Photo Books and your Lay Flat Books can be as colourful as you like.
How does it work?
Design sites can be found online and you simply download the software they provide. Once you have the software on your computer you can begin to design the Photo Books. User guides are supplied to make the process easier and you'll have fun as the Photo Books start to take shape. Add images and text to the Photo Books if you like and give your Lay Flat Books the personal touch. Get creative with the Photo Books, you can tell a unique story with them, or simply place a range of poignant pictures without the pages of the books. You'll soon get to grips with the software of the site that prints the Photo Books. Once you are happy with the way that you book looks online, place your order and you can expect to receive it back within a week.
I haven't got any wedding pictures
Don't worry. You can use the Photo Books for a range of purposes. A wedding album is just one example where Lay Flat Books will be of use. How about using the Photo Books for advertising purposes? Once you familiarise yourself with the software you could create visually attractive sales brochures. Remember that wonderful holiday to Bali last Birthday? Why not bring the memories flooding back and design your own Photo Books that contain one magical picture after another? The holiday Photo Books can include witty observations, or you could go into greater detail with volumes of text explaining what is happening in each picture.