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Just how easy is it to use an online photobook creator?


Many people would absolutely love to create their own personalised photobook but are hesitant to do so as they fear that their tech skills simply are not up to scratch. The truth is that using an online photobook creator is as easy as can be, regardless of how adept you are at using a computer.

Here at RapidStudio, we offer our customers access to the simplest, most straightforward photobook software in South Africa. This is because it provides you with a wide range of stunning layouts and themes to choose from, as well as the option to get creative and design your photobook from start to finish.

How to Use Our Online Photobook Creator

The first step to using the RapidStudio online photobook creator is to choose the type of photobook that you would like to make. We offer you a selection including bragbooks, diaries, exercise books, hardcover photobooks, softcover photobooks and ultimate albums. Once you have selected a product that you would like to proceed with, you will simply have to choose its size and a theme to suit your project (a blank theme is also available). From there, you can upload your photos and get started.

We also make it possible for our customers to create their photobook offline if they download our Free Album Maker Software. You can upload your completed project at any time and place your order. Make your payment three different ways: via Payfast, using your credit card or via EFT.

It is time to get started on creating your very own photobook! Cape Town, Johannesburg, Durban – we deliver anywhere in South Africa. We also provide free shipping for any order over the value of R299. Contact us today for more information.

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