Preserve special memories with a photo book from bonusprint

Photo book

Preserving special memories seems even more important now we are in lockdown and our walls are filled with images of our memorable moments and travels.

Perhaps you have a new baby in the family and are looking for the perfect gift for doting grandparents, or just want to put together memories of your favourite times together.

With family and friends not able to get together at the moment, why not turn your favourite moments into a stunning high-quality printed photo book, which you can either gift, or have sitting on your coffee table, ready to picked up whenever you sit down to relax, or even invite visitors in again.

Photo Book
Photo by John Schnobrich on Unsplash

bonusprint have a state of the art editor suite to help make your creation easy, fast and fun on all devices, be it a PC, laptop, tablet or smart phone.

Photo books have come a long way since they were first launched and you can customise them the way you want with their huge library of backgrounds, layouts, cliparts and hand made illustrations.

When creating a photo book, it is important to have an idea of which photo’s you want included as well as how you want it to look.

How to make a Photo Book:

1. Choose Your Photo Book Size

Consider the number of photos you want to include before selecting a photo book size. If it will be a coffee table staple, I would recommend opting for a larger photo book, but if it needs to fit in a bookshelf, get your measurements so it isn’t too big, or too small.

2. Select A Style

Your photo book should tell your story, so choose a style that reflects the memories you made, or the event it represents. bonusprint offer professionally designed photo books, or if you are feeling creative, you can design your very own.

3. Choose your paper

Layflat premium photo books are printed so the left and right hand pages flow seamlessly together – layflat is perfect for featured images that need the space of two pages.

Glossy gives your photos greater contrast and depth of colour.

4. Upload Your Photos

It is important to use high quality images, so always use the original format and not ones uploaded to facebook first. Sort through your photographs to choose your favourites to be included in your photo book.

Photo Scrapbook

5. Preview And Purchase

Once you’ve completed your photo book, make sure you preview the book from cover to cover to confirm that it’s exactly how you want it as it is your final chance to make any tweaks. Once you’re ready to order, complete the order form and your photo book will be winging its way to your door in no time!

Disclaimer: This post is written in collaboration with Bonusprint. All thoughts and opinions are my own

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