"Inside Blurb Books" - Digital Photography Podcast 236

Blurb is the photographer's resource for making and selling their books. Like so many successful businesses, Blurb was conceived because its founder was frustrated with the options available for photographers to create and market their books. Today, Blurb stands above them all.

In this podcast, I introduce you to Blurb on The Digital Story, a sponsored section dedicated to making great books. I also invite Suzanne Knowlton in to the studio to take us inside Blurb and explain why it is such an exciting opportunity for photographers and storytellers who want to share their work with the world.

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TDS Autumn 2010 Photography Workshop

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Blurb believes passionately in the joy of books - reading them, making them, sharing them, and selling them. Learn more by visiting Blurb on The Digital Story.

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Where is the link for the color management file?

Here's the link to the Color Management section:



Derrick, following your suggestion I have been playing with Blurb. The Booksmart software seems more compatible with iPhoto than Aperture 3. What's the best way to move photos from Aperture 3 to Booksmart? Everything I've tired seems cumbersome. Thanks.