Your Family Reunion, that Alaskan cruise, the Wedding to remember, a daughters first birthday party, my collection of 1st edition prints, our son’s hockey team, our pet that meant so much, a keepsake of family memories to give to my kids, hiking through Europe, our daughter’s graduation . . . These are some of the inspirational times that make photo books so important. These are the things that can last forever.
Recently, a friend of mine, who was born in Namibia (Africa), returned there to visit family and see some sites that he hasn’t seen in a while. He created a photo book to commemorate his trip. I was amazed at some of the photos he took.

The setting Sun in Namibia.

He collected upwards to 120 photos and once he went through them and selected the 50-60 shots that he wanted, he uploaded them into bonté’s online photo book software (www.bontebooks.com, click “get started” to begin).  He laid out his book and it turned out beautiful. He visited a game reserve in Namibia and there are many wonderful shots of African wildlife. It gave me a whole new perspective into my friend’s life.

Photo books are a great way to not only preserve those moments that are so important to us, but they make it so easy to share them as well.

What are some of the ways that you’ve used photos, both hard-copy and digital, to share with family and friends? What are some of the inspirations that you’ve already used to create photo books to share? We would like to hear what you have to say, so we can offer the themes, backgrounds, and options that you desire. Have fun creating imaginative photo books and remember to leave your comments.

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