Turn Your Digital Photos Into a Personalized Newspaper

Turn Your Digital Photos Into a Personalized Newspaper

Sonia Zjawinski
Mar 26, 2010

Sure you can share your special moments via Flickr and Facebook, but nothing beats taking your memories out of the digital and into the analog. We're loving this idea by Ian Tait, in which he took his wedding photos and created his own newspaper to share with guests.

Ian used The Newspaper Club, an online service based in the UK that lets you create your own 12-page gazette, to create party favors for his guests. Using their simple web tool, you can layout pictures and text, preview it and then send it to print. It costs roughly $52 to print 5 copies, though the price per rag decreases the more issues you print.

The Newspaper Club has made promotional newspapers for the BBC and, recently, Penguin Books sent out excerpts of the sixth Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy book in newspaper form.

Wired UK also used the service to create a newspaper for a lecture event they did.

Our favorite use of the service is still Ian's. Such a great way to share in a special day and to thank guests for being part of it.

via PSFK

(Images: Ian Tait and Ben Terrett)

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