Even though all those photo-hosting sites make it really easy for me to upload and share my photos with friends and family, it really doesn't help me stave off complaints from my grandparents. Since they still subscribe to the old-school photo album ways of the past (which is totally appropriate — they are in their 80s!), I can't help but feel guilty that they can't hop online and check out the pics from my latest cross-country adventure.
So instead of printing out photo after photo (and wasting money on photo paper, ink, or printing fees), why not take the best of your photos and make them into a glossy, hardbound, and professional-looking photo book? Mac users can always use iPhoto's quick and easy printing service, but for the rest of us there's Inkubook.
How does Inkubook work? To find out, just read more.
All you have to do to make an awesome picture book with Inkubook is sign up for a free account, upload your photos (sort of like uploading to Flickr or Photobucket), then drag and drop your photos where you want them in your book. Prices start at just $14 plus shipping. It's fast and easy, plus you can even invite your friends and family to add photos to your book with the pics they have! Christmas is coming up, so I know exactly what will be under the tree for my Grandparents this year!