Monday, December 2, 2013

Presto Photo Book Review


Presto Photo Book, previously known as Viovio Photo Books, allows you to make your own customized photo products at an affordable price. There's so many options to choose from, between photo books, cards, calendars and more, you can turn your memories into a product that you can cherish for life.

I recently had the opportunity to make a customized photo book with Presto Photo, and love how it turned out. In the beginning of making my book, I had a hard time maneuvering around the site, and found it to be really slow. I would imagine that is because the prices are so great, that a lot of people are on the page! But I found the instructions to be pretty confusing for the first few attempts. I watched the helpful videos that explain how to make your items and choose templates, but I just couldn't get it figured out. Just when I was about to contact their Live Online Support, I reeled my husband into helping me :) Him being the techie he is, he tried his hand at it, and showed me how to choose templates. Of course after that I felt so dumb, that I should have seen how to do it before! lol. But once you get the hang of it, the site becomes easier as you go. 
After going through all the templates for my photo book, I decided on the ABC template. I gathered several photos of my son in his costumes and used a picture for each letter. For instance, "D for Darth Maul", "I for Iron Patriot" , "S for Spiderman", ect. It came out so cute, he loved it!
And it was only $16.24!
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When I received the book,
I didn't know it was going to be a flat paperback but I'm actually really happy it is. It turned out perfect and it's such a cute book to pass on. My son can enjoy it now while he's young, and when he grows up and has children of his own, he can read it to them! Bringing laughter and learning all in one.

If you would like to make a Photo Book at a great price, visit http://www.prestophoto.com/
You can also find them on Facebook and Twitter.


I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

1 comment:

  1. I made a photo book when it was known as Viovio, using my own layout from InDesign and comverting the pages to JPG. While the site isn't the easiest to navigate, they do make nice books and the choice of sizes is excellent. The price was extremely good in comparison to other photo sites.

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