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Topic # 222969 6-Sep-2017 08:47
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My wife makes photo albums with photos from our children. She used to use an overseas company to print our photo albums, but they've stopped.

 

I never could find a photobook creator in NZ with lay flat pages. Just did another Google, and found Photobox

 

Just wondering, is that the best one? I don't want to be in a position that we spend a lot of time on a photo album, and it turns out crappy.

 

Any other suggestions please?


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  Reply # 1859427 6-Sep-2017 09:09
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Momento are good, but not particularly cheap.





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  Reply # 1859434 6-Sep-2017 09:24
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I used photobox for an A3 lay flat book of our wedding photos, it turned out awesome, everyone likes it.

 

I chose them because their online tool was better than the others out there and was much better at saving your session (had difficulty with other sites forgetting your work if you took too long). look out for coupons for them, they quite often have $x off if you spend over $x or 50% off etc. Album was made in europe and shipped over pretty quickly.





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1864509 13-Sep-2017 14:11
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I have used Milkbooks for our wedding album

 

 

 

And for cheaper/family stuff I use zno.com


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  Reply # 1911908 2-Dec-2017 09:56
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I used Zno for our wedding album. It was imported from America but if memory serves correctly the cost of postage was fairly insignificant.


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  Reply # 1929051 4-Jan-2018 14:18
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Vouch for Zno


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