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Quick Reviews of MyPublisher’s New Photo Finish Cover & HotBook #2 at Flickr



(6/23/2010 Update: I finally got around to putting up my review of MyPublisher’s photo finish hardcover.  After you read this post, check it out!)

Recently I took advantage of MyPublisher’s offer to try their new hardcover photo cover for $20.00. I got so caught up in putting it together and I had some major trouble with the software on my PC that I never got a chance to post on it. I literally had about 6 or 7 phone calls, emails and chats with customer service to try to get the book ordered within their short deal timeframe. I just received the book a couple of days ago along with my second HotPrints HotBook.

MyPublisher Photo Finish Cover Review

I’ve posted two sets of photos of the recent photo books to my Flickr photostream, so while I take a little break to make more books, feel free to check out my mini review on Flickr and see the latest photos of MyPublisher’s latest feature as well as HotBook #2. Let me know what you think and look out for a detailed review to come.




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  1. Posted April 27, 2010 at 10:26 am | #

    hrmm, I must have done my cover wrong! I didn’t realize you could have the pic fill the entire page both front and back. I must have missed a drop down box of options or something, ARGHH!

    • photobookgirl
      Posted April 27, 2010 at 12:37 pm | #

      Hi Charlene,

      Thanks for your sharing your experience with MyPublisher. Yes, it can be a little confusing. I remember on a vacation book I did last summer I had to dig around to find the full cover option (the one where it allows you to put the title over your photo cover without a background label). I clicked on the one I thought was the right one and but it had a black background behind it and it didn’t seem right. I just kept clicking on the template layouts in the cover section until I found the one I wanted. It can be hard to tell what a particular layout does unless you keep clicking on them to see what they are – that’s why it takes me so darn long to finish a book!

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