The best custom photo books for Father's Day

These services will let you put together a custom photo book for Father's Day

Digital Print Australia

Digital Print Australia uploads your photos and lets you design a book online, with a running total price as you go. If you're looking to quickly put together a book, Digital Print Australia has a range of themes and backgrounds to select to help you personalise your gift.

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  • jen

    Did you use them? I wouldn't.

    Carolyn Van Poppel

    I am wondering if anyone knows the legitimacy of Xbook for printing photo books. It is a company I've never heard of in my limited experience (having been a customer of Creative Memories before they folded). I am worried I may be forking out around $1,000 to have books printed to a company without a physical address in Australia, using a call centre in Queensland to answer their calls, and it may or may not be a scam. Has anyone dealt with them before?

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