Disclaimer: As part of the Foodbuzz Tastemaker Program, I received a standard Medium Hardcover Kodak Gallery Photobook. However, we opted to upgrade to a Large photobook with extra pages and paid the difference ourselves.
Almost five months ago, I married the most amazing man. Five months may not seem like a long time, and I’d agree with you. It’s flown by so fast, I feel like we’ve been time traveling. We finally received the pictures from our photographer and I figured they would sit in their beautiful case for ages before I actually got around to arranging them in a photo album.
Serendipitously (totally a word, I say so), right after we got our photo disk, I got an e-mail from Foodbuzz offering a free Kodak Gallery photobook to review, as long as I got a post up by a certain date. Photos in hand, free photobook, AND a deadline? The universe wanted me to get this done.
I had actually been dreading making a photobook because there are so many places you can build one, it can get pretty expensive, and I have absolutely no idea what I’m doing in terms of page layout and design. I am an engineer. We deal in straight lines and numbers. No artsy photo arrangement skills.
Continue reading to see how Kodak compensated for my left-brainness…