Ten More Ideas For Photo Books

May 19 09:11 2010 Jeff McRitchie Print This Article

When it comes to photobooks, there are no limits save your imagination. Here are some more great ideas for photo books.

When it comes to photo books,Guest Posting there are no limits save your imagination. Here are some more great ideas for photo books.

1. Your Small Business. Are you just starting out and need to make a great impression? Or are you just looking for a way to proudly display your business' accomplishments over the years? Either way, a photo book is a great way to put it all together in one place to show the world what your business is all about.

2. Your Portfolio. Anyone can put his or her work into a three ring binder and call it good enough. Having your art, photos, or writing in hardcover form, however is sure to impress potential clients. Get your own covers and binding machine and you can customize your books at for each meeting, at at a moments notice.

3. Spring Books. Buds and blossoms in the trees, those first blades of green grass poking though the brown of winter; there is no season quite like spring, and creating a book around this most hopeful of seasons is a great way to keep spirits high through the April showers.

4. Summer Books. Beaches, backyard cookouts, hiking, biking and more. Summer is the most active of all the seasons, and all that sun and fun can be captured in a photo book that will give you something to look forward to when the winter chill has got you down.

5. Autumn Books. The annual turning of the leaves from the green of summer to the rust and red of autumn is a poignant time of year in its beauty and transition. It's also a great time for get-togethers with hot apple cider and football games. Capture it all in a photo book that conveys all the great times to be had in this beautiful time of year.

6. Winter Books. Where do we being to discuss the charms of Winter? The holiday parties, skiing and snowboarding, your child's first snow; all of these are great memories that can live forever in their own photo book.

7. Halloween. What a great day Halloween is! When else do you get to dress up like a superhero and eat candy until you are fit to burst? And it's a great time for the kids, too! Capture it all on camera and put it all together in book form, and you'll have something to remember al the laughs by for years to come.

8. Christmas. Every holiday season deserves its own photo book, right? And these books can make for great post-holiday gifts that everyone will appreciate. A photo book is a great way to keep the holiday fires burning throughout the year, and build anticipation for Santa's next lap around.

9. Valentine's Day. Hey gents, stuck for a Valentine's gift idea? Get all the photos of you and your sweetie you can find together and put them all in a nice photo book. Guaranteed winner!

10. Easter. All those bonnets, colorful eggs and chocolate bunnies make for great photographic fodder, and putting them all in a photo book is a unique and fun springtime project.

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