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I had no IDEA what to do with so many horsephotos that I have, so I decided to download a program to design your own horsebook. After I created that, I sended it all to the server of the press of the store that runs it (dutch brand, Kruidvat) and within notime at all I got my photobook.

Only thing is, I should ordered it in smooth photopaper instead of matte. (now printed on normal paper).

So well yeah, I now got my own UNIQUE photobook full of horsies! (26 pages thick) :D
 

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You can't post this without details about how all of us can do it too :D! I have toooOOOoonns of horse photos, as I'm sure we all have a healthy collection. Any photos of said photo book?
 

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You can't post this without details about how all of us can do it too :D! I have toooOOOoonns of horse photos, as I'm sure we all have a healthy collection. Any photos of said photo book?
Well, let me see if it's also possible in the united states. In general you go to a photostore (where they sell cameras and stuff, you know) and then you ask around where you can make your own photobook. Either offline (TEMPORARILY!) or online. Here in the Netherlands you also have in photostores yellow photobooths where you can create these books right on the spot! (bring your usb stick!). I dunno what kinda stores you have in the us, but ask around where you can make these! IT'S SO MUCH FUN! (and addictive!)

Shot of my album:


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I must say... your photo book is amazing! We do have general stores that will print photos but in my experience they are quite shoddy. Every time I have gone to have prints done the quality is not good (my camera has 14 megapixels) and even if I size and edit the photo directly on their machine to print correctly, it never does. Often ending up chopping off part of the picture or not even flipped the right way! I will search online for reputable printers and try to go from there. If it turns out half as nice as yours I'll be happy!
 
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