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Sorry everyone, I appreciate this question has been asked many times before, but is any one able to help with the best photobook soft ware? I'd heard a lot about Blurb and have been researching them, but many of the blogs seem to come out in favour of AdoramaPix? Any recent experience or other thoughts would be much appreciated.
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Photobox....have had some great results recently. Have used Blurb before and also Albelli
myphotobook.co.uk is my current one, haven't used any others recently to compare it with though.
Have used Photobox and Albelli - both with good results.
Hi RBL....give us a try
I have used Blurb for 4 7x7 books and 4 12x12 books (for Weddings) and find them to be Excellent so far.
Only ever used photobox and delighted with the result.
Try this website：www.perfectalbum.com.
Wasn't there one rated on the Gadget show?
Redwood Photographic of Colchester, I use them for my wedding albums. They have intuitive software. Photobox are good but not up to Wedding Album quality.
I have used Albelli several times now and not been disappointed.I tried them by chance after I had a voucher in a box of nachos bought in tesco's giving £20 off a large photo book. The voucher is valid until December and there appears to be no limit to the amount of times you can use it.
Can you remember the brand of Nachos?
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