We all love to tell our story and thanks to Photobox’s best-selling PhotoBook you can tell yours with words and pictures. The Classic A4 PhotoBook has long been a favourite of customers around the country and that’s why PhotoBox has just made it even better.
The gorgeous hardback PhotoBooks now offer even more pages for your money: customers can now enjoy 26 pages for £19.99, rather than the previous 20 for the same starting price and the maximum number of pages has increased from 50 to a fantastic 70. What’s more, the award-winning quality remains as good as ever, but now PhotoBox is offering even more templates, designs and new black pages to make a real style statement.
PhotoBox has introduced a new online studio that makes it even easier to create your PhotoBook. The new photo organiser is a real time-saver, allowing you to arrange your photos into the required order and click auto-fill to drop them into the book. Customers can now zoom in and out of photos and move them to the ideal position, and the accompanying text can now be tailored to appear in a style you desire. The new online studio allows for pages to be turned as they would with a real book and the whole creation experience has been made quicker and smoother than ever.
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