Best photo book: reviews of the top self-publishing options for photographers
Best photo book review: 05 Yo Photo
A4, 30pp £34.99, $55
Creating a photobook using the YoPhoto downloadable creator is quick and easy, with plenty of templates to get you started.
Creating your own is also fairly straightforward. There are a few size options available, with YoPhoto offering excellent value for money.
The paper is 170gsm gloss paper, on which images are reproduced excellently with vibrant and natural colours, along with nice, sharp detail.
Delivery time is second to none – we received our book just one day after we’d ordered it, which was extremely impressive.
One niggle is with the spine, which doesn’t have the professional finish of the other books on test. Lay-flat binding is also unavailable.
Pros… Super quick delivery, good colour reproduction.
Cons… Spine a little loose, no choice of papers.
WE say… A a good combination of speedy production/delivery and decent image quality.
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on Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013 at 12:01 am under Reviews.
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