Wednesday, 15 May 2013

Vistaprint photobooks (review)

I have always been someone who takes loads of photos, way before digital cameras came about i used to take photos and send off my film for developing in those big envelopes you used to get(anyone remember those?), but more recently i have been pretty rubbish at getting hard copies of my pictures. 

Vistaprint have recently launched a range of photo products and we were given the chance to review one of their photobooks

I found it really easy to create my photobook, i chose the size i wanted then downloaded the photobook editor from the website to add my photos and wording. I went for a large sized photobook with a black leather cover. You can also choose options for the paper and binding. 
 I chose to make a book with photos from Sebs first 2 years of life.
  It was very simple to use and you can play around with the layout of the photos and words. As you can see i really played around with it to see what i could come up with. 
I liked that the editor allowed me to save what i had been adding and come back later to add more and edit. As a photobook can take a while to compile, i thought that this was a really good idea.
 The book arrived really quickly and i love it, the quality is great, the pages are beautifully glossy and it is so nice to have copies of photos i usually only see on my laptop. It looks exactly how it did in the editor and when Alex gets a little older i will order one for him to match this one.

The range of photobooks start at just £6.99 depending on the options you choose, i think this offers fantastic value for money.

Visit Vistaprint for more info and to order a photobook of your own.

**I was sent this item to review, but all words and opinions are my own**

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