Post # 1
I am looking for a highquality photobook website to make a nice photobook for my husband. I have looked at a couple websites but which ones have you tried and how did they come out?
For a not so professional look, has anyone used mixbook? There is a groupon for it right now and wanted to know if it was worth it. Does it have similar quality to snapfish or not so much?
Post # 3
@afuturemrsl: I have used Mixbook to make a book for our engagement pics. I actually enjoyed using that site more than shutterfly and the quality is at least equal–if not better. I would jump on the groupon deal. That’s what I did too! here’s a link to the book I made:
Post # 4
you have lovely photos. Thank you for sharing!
Post # 5
I really loved the book that apple prints when you use the Iphoto software on a mac. I used it as a cheap option for my engagement photos, and I plan to use that for the parents albums after the wedding.
Post # 6
@afuturemrsl: Thanks!! We had to reschedule twice because of the rainy weather we had this spring, but I was happy with how they turned out.
Post # 7
i’ve adore mixbook. i’ve made a few on there. they are very good quality.
Post # 8
What city is the mixbook groupon today? i’d love to try them out.
I’ve only used shutterfly and photobook america, but I’ve heard so many good things about mixbook.
Post # 9
i used adoramapix and it turned out really good. I got an email the other day about 40% off hardcovers right now as well, which would help with the cost since they are a little pricey.
Post # 10
I’ve heard REALLY great things about Photobook America. A little pricey, but I think it’s worth it.
There is a review. She also reviews a bunch of other photobooks. I’d recommend looking at her reviews.
Post # 11
Mixbook would be a step up from snapfish. The main issue I have with most of these DIY album companys is that they use cardstock, and not photopaper. AdoramaPix is the only (DIY Budget) album that uses real photopaper, and I recommend that one for that reason. Mypublisher has a new super gloss option, that may be worth trying out too (but it’s cardstock).
Post # 12
does anyone have a online sample to share?