Kodak EasyFit PhotoBooks Review

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Creating photobooks for family just got easier thanks to Kodak. A few months ago they invited me to a tutorial for their new Kodak SmartFit Photo Books. I was impressed when I sat in on the session at the PR office. But I had to go home and create my own album, order it, and then see the finished product. Having tested every step along the way, I can give Kodak a glowing review.

The new software is better than ever. My photos from a recent family trip to Bermuda uploaded in a flash. Start by visiting KodakGallery.com from there click on the Photo Books tab. The new and improved technology is called Smartfit.

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Start your album by dragging all the photos you want onto a side bar. Personalize the album by picking the size, color and whether you want a hard or soft cover. Prices vary by size and color, but start around $20 for a smallish book. Next I sorted my photos by date taken. Then I picked the layout, background and border. With a few clicks, I had a sleek personalized album.

I arranged and rearranged the album using the intuitive tools. Then clicked purchase. About a ten days later, I had a gorgeous book for my in-laws (shhh don't tell it's a gift!). Here's a look at the inside of the album:

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In fact, the process was so smooth and painless I'm going to make an album for Mr. Momtrends of the girls. I'm going to jam in a year's worth of pictures (you know the ones I meant to scrapbook). Kodak makes it so easy I really don't have any excuses.

Hurry there are only 10 days left to order in time for Christmas delivery.


Momtrends was not paid for this post. We did get a photobook comped to us for testing purposes.

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