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Hi,

I am looking to buy the best software or use the best service available for creating and ordering photo books and was wondering which is the best in other peoples opinions. I have aperture 3 which has a book creating feature and it's good but I was wondering if there are even better ones out there and before deciding on using one I'd like to know my options. I want the software that will help me create the most professional looking books possible so the price is not important, I just want to use the best.

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Short of actually engaging a photography book publisher, I'm not aware of any service that is BETTER than Apple's offerings. The other ones I've encountered offer different templates and methods of doing essentially the same thing, at around the same quality, for around the same price. Other than variety, I see no other reason not to use Apple's service.
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Don't forget - there are some very good 3rd party Photo-books that can be brought into Aperture. Apple - Aperture - Photo Book Plug-Ins
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