Photobook Australia Launches Updated Order Photos Online Promotion

With the growing use of digital camera devices, the ability to capture images in a creative and unique photo book is a welcome product by Photobook Australia. Customization is the key to the results features varied fonts, photos, and styles.

Vermont South VIC - April 16, 2018 —

Photobook Australia and Irene Foo are pleased to announce their new promotion allowing customers to order photos online easily and quickly. With a response time of only two to three business days, customers can quickly receive customized photo prints for gifts, or to commemorate special occasions in a unique way. With the Photobook Australia editor, customers can add favourite photos, include text with different font types, use a wide array of page styles, backgrounds, and scrapbook items to form a unique photo print.

Multiple printing firms provide photo prints and have for many years. The popularity of the function has expanded, as the use of cameras grew in popularity and technology advanced. Even though most people today enjoy the practicality and ease of digital photography, photo prints remain a popular tangible product. Thanks to better computers, advanced digital printing, and greater paper technology, photo printing has evolved into more than just merely capturing meaningful moments and celebrating beautiful memories.

A spokesperson for Photobook Australia explained, "We have increased the personalisation options, which offer added depth into the tales being told. Humour can be injected and experiences highlighted. Emotions are recognised and footnotes can be included. It is the simple things that make people happy, such as adding in borders, masks, and various other scrap items. We enable this advantage with just a few easy clicks. We have even added in quite a lot of conveniences as well as a little bit here and there to make online photo printing a better experience."

Customers can choose from among three paper types, each with its unique traits. These include gloss photo paper, matte photo paper and high gloss high definition paper. There is also four different sizes for the finished product. Using the free Photobook Designer software can personalise the templates so that every feature is unique. The software is available offline and online.

Contact Info:
Name: Irene Foo
Organization: Photobook Australia
Address: 1/475 Burwood Hwy, Vermont South VIC 3133
Phone: +61 3 9887 6338

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For more information, please visit https://www.photobookaustralia.com.au/prints/photo-prints/

Release ID: 331434

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