... I've never heard a bad thing about Asuka, and my own experience with them has always been top-notch. I'm going to stick with Asuka.
runswithsizzers wrote: »
Am I right to say Asuka won't allow non-professionals to use their service?
This from their website:
"Who can register with AsukaBook?
AsukaBook products are available to professional photographers and designers creating books for resale or promotions. To protect the integrity and confidentiality of our registered customers, we do not disclose our prices, or ordering capabilities to the general public. For this reason, verifying professional status is imperative..."
Have any non-professionals tested their vetting process?
Lara85 wrote: »
Firstly, Bill, your review on your blog about the Blurp photo books is very useful and detailed, thank you. I'm looking for websites that have nice photo book templates and themes. I tried customizing everything myself, but must say, I'm not the most creative person.
So far I'm happy with Red-Fly (red-fly.com) Does anyone know other companies (preferably in Europe) for creating and printing photo books?
mercphoto wrote: »
Glad I could help! As per Europe, give GraphiStudios a try (Italy). Their software is also very cool to use for the page layout.
2quick2clique wrote: »
Any updates on this?
I've heard/read that Blurb seems to be good but cheap (and so slightly lower quality),
zookbinders seems to have qc and service issues.
Most companies tend to improve over time, but this threat is 2yrs old.. so things change.