Here’s another great idea for the holidays — Kodak photo books. I love photo books. In fact, I’ve purchased three photo books in the last six months. They are awesome and make wonderful gifts for loved ones. And thanks to Kodak’s SMARTFIT Technology, it’s easy to create a photo book. All you have to do is upload your photos and the photos are automatically arranged for you. Personally, I prefer to manually insert the photos. I’m a bit of a control freak (big shocker). BTW, here’s the current photo book I’m working on (I think I’m going to call it “Daddy and the Four Tiny People”):
KODAK Gallery not only makes it easy to create photo books, but they also offer a variety of backgrounds and layouts. Dads and moms can also add captions for the photos. As I said already, it’s easy to create the photo book. The hard part is deciding which photos to use (I have thousands of photos on my computer).
KODAK Gallery offers photo books in several sizes:
- Small paperback for $7.99 (includes fourteen 5″ x 7″ pages, additional pages are 29¢ each)
- Medium paperback for $15.99 (includes twenty 8.5″ x 9.5″ pages, additional pages are 99¢ each)
- Medium hard cover with picture window for $23.99 (includes twenty 9″ x 10.25″ pages, additional pages are 99¢ each)
- Medium hard cover for $27.99 (includes twenty 9″ x 10.25″ pages, additional pages are 99¢ each)
- Large hard cover for $55.99 (includes twenty 12 x 14″ pages, additional pages are $1.49 each)
- Large hard cover with picture window for $55.99 (includes twenty 12 x 14″ pages, additional pages are $1.49 each)
I’ve ordered the small paperback and medium hard covers in the past. They both look great, but in my opinion the medium hard cover is much cooler than the small paperback. I have not seen a large photo book in person, but it’s probably even more awesome than the medium hard cover.
[Disclosure: I will receive a photo book for writing this review. As always, the opinions expressed are mine and I am not obligated to write a positive review.]