Photobooks

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  1. rub

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    I am looking for a relatively inexpensive, yet decent quality source for photobooks. I am planning a promotion that will include a free small book (think stocking stuffer size), but I am not sure how small I can go. Seems many places offer 5x5's, but I think that may be too small.

    Anyone have any recommendations or advice?

    Thanks,
    Kristal
     
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    i have seen a 3x3 photobook although I am not so sure where. It looks good even though it was small. It contains several shots of a girl in 10 pages. It was nice really.
     
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    I've been really happy with MPIX stuff. I have done a few of the larger photo books through them and they have never let me down on quality or turnaround time.
     
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    Asuka Books is great! www.asukabook.com (i think) I've made a 5x5 soft cover book for myself as promotional materials for like $30. They also have larger sizes and hard covers available, but the price goes slightly up.
     
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    You might want to give www.fullcolor.com a try. I do some work with them and have used them for press books and they are really nice and reasonability prices. (5x5 softcover is $15 and hard cover is $29). They also offer a 6X4 in the soft cover. Use code '50off' when you sign up and they will give you 50% off, your first order, just for trying them out!

    http://www.fullcolor.com/catalog/press_books/pricing.aspx
     

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