Photobooks on the Today Show

Spoke with Karl about the different ways of making a photobook. One such way is an app developed here in NSW that is making a lot of noise is which you download onto your Facebook page and allows you to gather your photos together on the site and turn them into a photobooks. We also talked about places you can go to to get photobooks, which include Harvey Norman and Officeworks.

I also talked about a printer (details below), which is suitable for printing photos. However, as I mentioned on air, try and negotiate a good deal for the ink cartridges, because in the long run that is where your costs will increase over time.

HP Photosmart 7510 e-All-in-One

  • 4.33-inch diagonal colour touchscreen with gesturing, wireless printing and sharing, access to online photo libraries and apps.
  • Access photos online, or use memory card slots to print and share easily—without turning on your PC.
  • Print lab-quality photos with 5 individual inks, and save with high-capacity cartridges
  • Print sharp photos and make copies, scans and more, using the large colour touchscreen with gesturing – without having to turn on your PC.
  • Easily print photos while on the go.
  • You can print from virtually anywhere by simply sending an email to the printer’s customisable email address.
  • Get free cartridge recycling through HP Planet Partners and reduce packaging waste with this product
  • RRP: $249 including GST
  • Available from: Officeworks, Harvey Norman, JB Hi-Fi