We have been in business for nearly 6 years now and I personally have been designing photo books for 15 years. We deliver courses on planning photo books regularly at our local college and conduct one on one training in the use of photo book software in the comfort of our client's homes.
The number one question we get asked on this topic is "which photo book supplier is best".
Our standard answer is that each person is unique and they all "value" different elements.
We have summarised the selection criteria in this pretty little image.
During a photo organising project we are constantly identifying and categorising images. Often those images are grouped by year or decade.
Here are our top 4 things to look at as you are trying to identify WHEN a photo was taken.
Each month (sometimes more often) we practice our MOON walk to keep our photos organised.
MUSTER: Gather up all your devices (smart phone, cameras, laptops, PC’s, USB’s), along with their adapters and cords. And/or login to your cloud storage (iCloud, SkyDrive, Google Drive) if your images...
We have been talking about getting your photos organised so that you can enjoy them and we have also been talking about one of our favourite ways to enjoy photos – in photo books. For those new subscribers who have joined us for our first birthday competition you may have missed those posts... you can read about them by clicking the links below;
Digital Photo Organising FileOsophyWho is the best photo book supplier?
I made my first photo book over 6 years ago just after I got married. Our fantastic photographer Grant from Perfect Images Photography had kindly provided me with a CD of fabulous shots and as such I was able to create a beautiful keepsake of our magical day.
Hands up who else loves stylish stationery?
I know it is the organising possibilities that make Jo and I love stationery items, but I often wonder what it is that makes stores that stock these products so widely and universally popular with almost everyone I speak to? Anyway I digress….I won't go into a reflective post about the roller coaster ride of our first year in business (I will save that for next week)...today’s blog is to announce our first birthday giveaway!
You are wondering what it is all about right? Well what better way to announce the details of our giveaway than with one of my favourite (and I think most effective) descriptive methods I learned as an event manager - the who, what, why, where, when, how.