|28th of June 2005 (Tue)||#1|
Cream of the Crop
Join Date: Apr 2004
Location: where the buffalo roam
What binder for pictures?
I'll have to prepare a presentation of my work in a book of some sort. It doesn't have to be fancy, but I'd like it to look good.
It's gonna be 8*10 or 8*12. And I'd like the book to last... not fall apart after being opened a few times.
What are my options? What are the common brands out there?
I have typed this from Ubuntu.
Vent: One lens, two lenses. Advice=what you seek; advise=what we do. Then="at that time" or "subsequently"; than="compared to". Aperture, not aperature. Their="owned by them"; there="at that place"; they're="they are". Its="owned by it"; it's="it is". Your="owned by you"; you're="you are"; ur="primitive".
|30th of June 2005 (Thu)||#2|
Join Date: Feb 2004
Location: S. E. Michigan
Re: What binder for pictures?
If you have a nearby art supply store, they usually have a good selection.
An alternative is iPhoto which will print a book for under $30, though I haven't tried them.
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