One of the best points about using a digital camera is the huge number of photo prints which it is possible to produce. This does, however, bring some problems with it – namely what to do with all these photographs. One of the answers, and one which is more elegant than most, is to have them printed in unique, personalised photo books.
Before the advent of digital photography, the number of photo prints which the average person tended to amass was limited by several factors. Firstly there was the physical limitation imposed by the use of a roll of film and then there was the fact that each individual roll had to be taken to a specialist laboratory to be developed and printed. Add to this the relative expense of the procedure, and the difficulties inherent in going back to get second or third copies of favourite photographs, and it’s easy to see why most people only collected a limited number of photographs.
Digital photo prints, however, are a different matter entirely. To begin with, as a photographer, you are free to take as many photographs as your particular camera is capable of storing which, in the vast majority of cases, will be many hundreds. Then there is the fact that the automated ‘point and click’ nature of many modern cameras means that a huge majority of these pictures will be of a standard which means they are well worth keeping. With exposure, shutter speed, flash and focus all controlled by the camera, the chances of taking the kind of blurred mess which used to disfigure more or less everyone’s holiday snaps, for example, has been eliminated.
Having extolled the virtues of digital photography, however, it is only fair to accept that this very fact does throw up one problem – how on earth do you store so many of your favourite photographs? In the past, they may have been put away in a tin or stuck onto the pages of photo albums but either option would seem a shame when dealing with images of the quality which digital photography regularly produces. The answer, however, lies within that very same technology.
Digital images, once saved, are hugely versatile, and one of the many things you can do with them is have them printed, in pristine condition, within the covers of your own bespoke photo books. Whether you’re putting together a personalised wedding album, chronicling your baby’s first year of life or else merely building an eclectic ‘This Is Our Life’ portrait of your family, the process is extremely simple. Having uploaded the images you’re featuring to the relevant website, you’ll then find software which is extremely simple to use, guiding you through the process of designing each page in a logical, easily grasped manner. Once you’ve done this, it will be printed using the best quality paper and binding available, put together in a way which means, whether you keep it for yourself or give it as a gift, it will preserve your memories in pristine condition for years after you first open the pages.
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