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Discussion in 'OS X and OS X Apps' started by tekgik, Feb 2, 2005.
Anyone successfully done this? The book feature of iphoto is simply amazing!
We discussed this briefly during the philbug meet last Sunday. Yup, everyone agrees that this a fantastic service! I think Iya's cousin has tried this in the States and so has Daniel Dy's relatives. They attest to the quality. Well, there's always Johnny Air Cargo for the cheaper delivery here.
wow thats great news! Is it really hardbounded?
Yes tekgik, hardbound nga and printed just like a coffee table book. Apple-class quality.
Man, I thought when Steve said in his previous keynote that they'd start shipping books worldwide, he really meant *worldwide*. As it is, Apple's iPhoto page only states that they ship on the following countries: USA & Canada, Japan, and Europe (including Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom).
Did I miss something, though? I really want to order books myself (I'm planning to give my mother a gift).
[Edited on 2-3-2005 by Jiru-chan]
wow its really exciting... how much would be the total cost plus the JAC service?
Oo nga, misleading yung sinabi ni Steve na worldwide.
I thought maybe at the very least Australia would be included... sigh. I'd really want to have my baby girl's photos turn into a coffeebook for her lolos and lolas.
I think I'll order a book and have it sent to my cousin in the US. :evil:
Does this mean that we can order the books from the Philippines and it will be shipped to an address in these countries? or does the order have to originate in the listed countries?
Has anyone successfully ordered a book from within the Philippines or did you course it through a relative?
it would be a hit here in the philippines if Apple would allow it. as far as domestic business is concerned, picture this inc (shangrila) and i think picture co (podium) are offerring this kind of production. the downside though is you have to have your picture taken there
any successful workaround here guys?
You guys should check out PICTURE BOOKS in Glorieta. They have exactlty the service you are looking for. They are in side Goodwill bookstore. I know this because I had my daughter's bppk done there. Super good quality and plenty of potions. They even have hardbound books. Go try it. Highly recommended. BTW, I'm not a part owner, just a really satisfied customer.
Thanks Pocket Rocket! Yes, we do accept orders for books coming from iPhoto. If you want to lay it out yourselves using iPhoto you can just save it as a PDF and bring it to us, or you can come over to our store and we can assist on the layout on the iMac. (Picturebooks in Glorietta 3 front space Goodwill Bookstore across Cibo). For those in Quezon City we also have it in Centralbooks 927 Quezon Avenue, Q.C.
owner is my cousin. he is also a member of philmug. i think they also use iphoto to make the picture books.
Where exactly is Centralbooks in Quezon Ave.? Can you give landmarks?
chu, this is good news. can you post your rates?
This is great and we can use our photos and just bring it to them. Please post the rates
great news indeed! can you also give us approximately how many days it would take to make the book?
Wow, this is great! Sayang, these would have been great Christmas gifts sana!
Here's a brochure/flyer of the service including rates http://www.central.com.ph/picturebooks.jpg
Centralbooks in Quezon Avenue is located in Phoenix Building, on the right side if you're coming down from EDSA, its right after the corner of Roosevelt Avenue, its right beside the Good Samaritan Church. Here's a map link http://www.central.com.ph/page2/DirectionsQA.htm
Please let me know if you have any other questions or comments, I'd love to get some more feedback as we've just launched the service this month.