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365 Project 2012 – Weeks 27 & 28 & August Photo Book Deals

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Weeks 26 & 27 down, 25 to go!

The summer is just flying by and so has my little guy’s first year.  It’s not surprising that so many of my shots for my first 365 project would feature him and many of his “firsts”.  That’s his first time in a park swing and his first stroll down the hall using a walker toy.  One year ago today he came into the world and our lives haven’t been the same since!

Happy Birthday my Photo Book Baby!

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All photo book deals (and some canvas, calendar and print deals) are posted on my Photo Book Coupons and Deals page.  Some are ending soon while others go through month’s end.  I’ve revised the layout to hopefully make it easier to find all the latest photo book coupon codes and I continually post them here so make sure to check it out before you order!

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2 Comments

  1. Bill
    Posted August 6, 2012 at 4:18 pm | #

    Question: Assuming an 8.5 X 11 hard cover book, how many pages are too many? And are there an ideal number of photos per page? I’d like to develop a book covering one year. For whatever reason I have chosen 2005 and I have over 600 photos. I’m guessing I need to get this number down to 300. Would this be about right?

    • photobookgirl
      Posted August 7, 2012 at 12:11 am | #

      Hi Bill,

      If you’re going to go with a company that maxes out at 100 pages, then maybe 400 would be a good number, but you may be able to squeeze more in. But it all depends on the look you’re going for. You could also pick a company that goes over 100 pages, or divide the book into volumes. I think my how to series may provide you the information you’re looking for. I talk about all that here: http://www.photobookgirl.com/blog/how-to-make-your-own-digital-photo-book/ Best!

      PBG

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