(Pocket-lint) - There are plenty of photo services on the market that can transform your digital memories into physical ones, but that hasn't stopped Flickr from offering its own service.
Flickr - a Yahoo-owned company - has announced Flickr Photo Books, which enables you to turn saved Flickr photos into a professional-quality book. Naturally, this online product has arrived "just in time" for Christmas.
To get started, all you have to do is have a Flickr account with some stored photos. Pick your favourite photo set, then click on the Photo Book icon, and Flickr will automatically turn it into a Flickr Photo Book. The service will send the book to whatever address you designate.
"Our focus with Flickr Photo Books is to make it simple and intuitive to create a book that always looks great and is beautifully finished," Flickr explained in a blog post." From the handpicked full-bleed layouts, to the heavy stock photo Lustre paper and the image-based cover with matching dust jacket, we know you’re going to love your books.
You can also go to flickr.com/create to start making a Flickr Photo Book today. Hardcover books start at $34.95 (£22). Unfortunately, the service is only available in the US.