August 06, 2011

Kodak Photo Book Review

I've been a long time fan of Kodak! In fact, my camera is about 3 years old, cost around $80 on sale, and is still working like a charm.  Not all of my pictures are amazing, but many of them look like they've been taken by a much more expensive camera. Anyways, I was contacted by the Foodbuzz Tastemaker Program to review one of the medium sized Kodak photo books. These start at only $22.99 and are very nice!

For my book, I decided to create a 2011 memories book.  I did it in chronological order from January- July.  I was impressed with how easy the book was to make.  I chose the pictures that I wanted to upload. Then I uploaded them which was much faster than many other sites. The pictures automatically get put into the book and you can rearrange them the way you want.  I enjoyed picking different fun backgrounds.  My favorite are my pictures from New Years Eve with the fun black and white background. I enjoyed choosing different layouts for the photos too. Some pictures I wanted larger than others and some I wanted smaller and this book makes it easy to do this.

***I have a special offer for all of you to annouce. Kodak is offering 40% off of their medium hardcover or large photo books when you visit this site. Offer valid through 8/31/11

All together, it took me about an hour and a half to make my book (it could have taken a lot less time but I wanted my book to suit me perfectly). The checkout process was quick and simple.  I had a great experience making this photo book and can't wait to continue to look at it for years to come!

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  1. This is priceless and thanks for the encouragement to do something like this !

    I have everything Kodak at my desk and think
    they are the best by far even after all these
    years !


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