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Photo books in comparison

The Top 20.der best Photo books at Comparison

Top 1: Hall Digital

Numerous professionals and hobby photographers swear by the Photo book from Saal Digital. The only complaints are the slightly higher price and the sometimes confusing menu navigation. Nevertheless absolutely recommendable!

Link: http://www.saal-digital.de

Top 2: Pixum

Pixum is a well-known quantity in the industry. The Software is for Linux and Windows available and was awarded the rating "Very Good" by Stiftung Warentest. Pixum is a subsidiary of Cewe.

Link: http://www.pixum.de

Top three: Cewe Photo Book

Just like Pixum, the Cewe photo book is one of the best known on the market and very popular with customers from Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Nevertheless, the daughter Pixum is a little better, especially as it gives you more possibilities for image editing.

Link: http://www.cewe-fotobuch.de

Top four: Photo Premio

Foto Premio is convincing in terms of price and can also score points for performance. The software is only available for Windows and is also a bit slow, but in return you have very low Costs and a perfect colour reproduction.

Link: https://www.foto-premio.de

Top five: Albelli Photo Books

At first glance, Albelli is good and inexpensive, but it requires numerous additional downloads so that all Functions can be used. Nevertheless, the software is absolutely fine and even professionals can achieve more than worth seeing results.

Link: www.albelli.de

Top 6: Vistaprint

With Vistaprint, you have found a partner that is both affordable and reliable. With a host of features including stylish backgrounds, Vistaprint is one of the more versatile photo book software offerings.

Link: www.vistaprint.de

Top 7: PhotoBox

PhotoBox is especially good because it is easy to use online and is also a really cheap alternative to other software packages in terms of price. There are many features and the image reproduction is excellent.

Link: www.photobox.de

Top 8: photo box

Fotokasten is easy to use and offers new customers a satisfaction guarantee. You get a reliable ServiceHowever, every now and then a few features are missing that a professional simply needs.

Link: www.fotokasten.de

Top 9: Bind It

Bind It is inexpensive, easy to learn and has many features. In addition, as a customer you get a free box sent to you on request. The only disadvantage is the somewhat slow software, which provides a lot of power for a smooth Function needed.

Link: www.bindit.de

Top 10: Cinebook

With Cinebook you get a photo book of superlatives. Everything is really right here and from the image reproduction to the features, the user can't expect more. However, Cinebook is a bit too expensive and there is no clear communication of the contract conditions in advance.

Link: www.cinebook.de

Top 11: Prentu

With Prentu you get a slightly above average performance at a slightly inflated price. You also have to completely do without the panorama function, which gives this otherwise good software a slight kink.

Link: www.prentu.de

Top 12: iFolor

The software of iFolor is absolutely ok, the price as well. However, the delivery time of almost seven working days is clearly too long.

Link: www.ifolor.de

Top 13: Lidl

The photo book from Lidl is one of the cheapest options. However, one has to expect a delivery time of up to new days and also has difficult and complicated correction possibilities for the edge of the picture.

Link: www.lidl.de

Top 14: FUJI direct

With the photo book from FUJIDirekt you get a very good performance at a fair price. The various design possibilities are optimal, but the processing is often significantly more difficult due to the inaccurate control.

www.fujidrekt.de

Top 15: Photo factory

Photo factory is still right young, but versatile and flexible. From the cost point of view, the software is still inexpensive, but it is equipped with many features. However, shipping is a bit too expensive and there are too few cliparts.

Link: www.fotofabrik.de

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