Wednesday 4 July 2018

Review: Saal Photobook

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I was offered a voucher so that I could try out and review a Saal Photobook. Regular readers will know that I take loads of photographs but hardly ever get them off the digital version and into a hard copy... So this was a golden opportunity for me to rectify that.

To start with I had to download and install the software to my laptop. This was a trouble free process. Then I had to decide which of the many photobooks to choose from. In the end I chose the 15 x 21 glossy book with 26 pages for £24.95. 

The hard bit was choosing which photos to put in it! At least getting them in was pretty straightforward with a little bit of trying things out. I sometimes used the auto features and at others adjusted the photos to fit myself. I was able to save the progress and come back to it and didn't have to create it all in one go.

Once completed I processed the order which again was very simple. Then I just had to wait a few days for the photobook to arrive. I am certainly impressed with the quality and feel of the book (I should probably have come up with a better title!):

The pictures that have spanned over a double spread still look amazing:

Then there are ones that I used the auto feature to do a photo per page:

For variety I also created pages where the photographs filled each page:

Then I have a one photo that due to its shape goes slightly onto the adjoining page but still looks fabulous:

I would definitely order from them again and think it makes for an excellent souvenir or a way to showcase photographs for business purposes.


  1. Wow, your photos look even more amazing in a book. I need to curate my photo - I'm still in old fashioned albums and sandwich bags, not to mention a million files on my computer and not backed up.

  2. Sophie Louise Buckle10 July 2018 at 10:15

    This is a really great way to transform your photographs. I find that I take so many photos but don't really do anything with them so this is perfect for me!

  3. I love looking and holding pictures, something nicer than just seeing them on a screen, I have been thinking of getting our favourites put into a photobook x

  4. This looks great. I have made quite a few photo books in the past and this one seems like I might like it better

  5. Rebecca Wilson10 July 2018 at 16:46

    I love photo books! I take so many photos on my phone it’s the only way to put them somewhere that they’ll actually get looked at

  6. photo books are cool! I need to make one for my 3 month old! x


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