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It is possible to fit all the photos from one year on a single page. Well, that’s not really true unless you take very few photos, but you can fit all the important photos on one page. I started with … Continue reading
Panstoria is now Forever. Well, nothing lasts forever, but it is as close as it can get since Forever has now acquired Panstoria. Forever has an interesting business model in that they purport to store your photos forever (actually your … Continue reading
Creative Memories no longer manufactures the Custom Album Cover, and while I liked this album it is no longer an option. So, what else is available? If you’re willing to consider post bound albums, Panstoria offers the 12×12 Custom Post … Continue reading
I created a new mouse pad with Pantoria’s Artisan software. What do you think?
The Panstoria lay-flat photo book uses hinged pages to allow the photo book to lay completely flat. I like these pages, even though they cost more. One of the advantages of lay-flat pages is that photos can extend from one … Continue reading
Panstoria uses 25 gauge stainless steel wire stitching for hardcover binding, and PUR adhesive for softcover books. I contacted Werner Rebsamen with the Hardcover Binders International, and he specifically cautioned against the use of stainless steel wire for this purpose, indicating … Continue reading
Photo books conserve memories, present our best work, and provide a platform for the stories we want to tell. Petra Vogt, Create Your Own Photo Book, 2012 Petra Vogt’s Create Your Own Photo Book provides detailed instructions to create well-designed … Continue reading
I get a lot of messages and responses to my posts asking, “Have you looked at (fill in the blank)?” The answer is almost always no. Products are expensive and at this time, I don’t have the resources to go … Continue reading
The latest photo books I received from Panstoria included samples with glossy and matte covers. The Matte covers look nice and the matte finish certainly cuts down on glare. Unfortunately black turns into a dark gray, reducing the impact of … Continue reading
The previous posts in this series are located at Panstoria Photo Book Review and Panstoria Photo Book Review Part 2. I received updated photo books from Panstoria. Unlike the previous books, these books were received undamaged. Packaging is probably still … Continue reading