Our China Memories in a Kodak Photobook

One of the classes I took while getting my MBA was International Perspectives of Management.  This course gave me the opportunity to spend 2 weeks last year in China!  Luckily Tony was able to tag along with me for the trip.  We went to Shanghai, Nanjing & Beijing.  Between the 3 cities we saw the 2010 World Expo (modern day World’s Fair), the Great Wall, Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City, a jade factory and many temples and parks.  We ate many “lazy susan, family style” Chinese dinners with the group and also ventured out on our own some for dinner and shopping.  I learned how to barter at Silk Street where we came home with many “fake” Northface jackets and Coach purses.  We traveled by plane, cab, bus and train.

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Even though we went over a year ago, I haven’t had time to put together an album of all of our photos.  Luckily, Kodak Gallery & Foodbuzz knew that I’ve always wanted to do this.  A few weeks ago I was selected through the Foodbuzz Tastemaker program to create a medium hardcover book from Kodak Gallery using their new, fun creation features.


The process of creating a book is so simple.  You just upload your photos to their website and they will create a layout for your based on chronological order.

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There are many different layouts and backgrounds to pick from for each page.  You can crop, zoom and move the pictures from page to page.  The process is so simple.  It took me longer to pick out which photos I wanted to use than it did to actually make the book!

Here are some of my favorite images that are featured in the book:

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My book hasn’t arrived yet but I can’t wait to share it with you once it arrives!

Kodak is also providing YOU with 40% off a medium hardcover or large photobook.  Visit www.kodakgallery.com/creativity to redeem YOUR discounted photo book.  The offer is only available through 8/31/11.

**In exchange for this post I received a free photobook from Kodak Gallery through the Foodbuzz Tastemaker Program.

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