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Album design software - I can print at home

 
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Apr 30, 2007 23:27 |  #1

Was wondering if anyone can help me with an Album design software - that I can print the end results at home.
Cannot seem to find any - all the ones I have seen you need to email off to company to print...
I only need it for small personal jobs...

Hope you can help...


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Apr 30, 2007 23:44 |  #2

FotoFusion works for me.


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May 01, 2007 00:44 |  #3

FotoFusion is probably the best option, I use PhotoJunction but I print through Queensberry Albums. Printing at home is a bunch of hassle, you have to get color right and there's many little things that can go wrong, and I don't trust inkjet prints compared with photographic prints.


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software is the easy part. Getting someone to bind it is the hard part. Most won't bind inkjet prints.

I use InDesign to make them, and you can print them, but its just not worth it. If a company does bind them, they won't warranty the album and/or require an additional fee or spray/lamination


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