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Zoo Atlanta Photo Books

Zoo Atlanta Photo Books

As parents we all know about photo books.  For one occasion or another, pretty much every Mom and Dad has put together a photo book online at some point or another.  We have written about the Kodak photo book for Valentine’s Day and the AdoramaPix photo book for when you need professional quality.

The question is, do you really know everything a photo book can do? Get ready, because today we are going to blow your mind.  How about a photo book that may have nothing to do with zoo animals, but gives 25% of the proceeds to the Atlanta Zoo, even if you have never stepped foot in the zoo!  Confused yet?  No problem – just watch this short video to learn all about the Atlanta Zoo Photo Book -

Who Knew Helping the Zoo Could be So Easy?

As the video shows, we used ZooAtlantaPhotos.Com to make a photo book of our trip to Hawaii, and in the process 25% of the proceeds went to the Atlanta Zoo…a zoo I have never been to in my life!  Did we blow your mind yet?

The process of creating the photo book was very similar to what we have done on Shutterfly and Kodak, except we could throw in some professional images of animals from the Atlanta Zoo.  In truth, I doubt most families will want to include some animals they never saw in a photo book – but still cool to have the option.  Of course, if you did go to the Atlanta Zoo, it would make perfect sense to use professional images of the animals to make a beautiful photo book.

It is incredibly rewarding to make a photo book for any occasion, and without paying any more than you would at Shutterfly or Kodak, know that the Atlanta  Zoo will get a full 25% of the proceeds from your photo book.   We love when you can help a good cause, without paying any more and still get a terrific end product!

Do The Zoos Really Need Our Help?

In a word – YES! AZA (Association of Zoos and Aquariums) accredited zoos and aquariums spend nearly $90 million per year on conservation initiatives.   In the last five years they have funded nearly 4,000 conservation projects in more than 100 countries.  As a Dad, I love taking my kids to the zoo to see the animals, but our admission fees don’t come close to covering the costs of the important conservation efforts the zoos are involved in.

As I said, I have never been to the Atlanta Zoo, but why not do a photo book through ZooAtlantaPhotos.Com and know that I am giving to the Zoo, receiving a great photo book and not paying any additional?

Need More Good Out of Your Photo Book? How About Saving the Planet?

Saving the animals not enough for you?  Wow, tough crowd – but we got more!  Traditional photo facilities are not very earth friendly.  A traditional print facility uses a good amount of water, electricity and paper and produces chemical waste from developing the photos.

The Atlanta Zoo Photo Books are done by a 100% all digital photo facility called Think Big Photos.    Think Big Photos  uses less water, less energy & produces less waste then 97% of all print facilities throughout the United States.

Got Issues With the Atlanta Zoo – Fine, Support another Zoo

Bear at the Atlanta Zoo give you a dirty look and now you don’t want to support that zoo?  No problem, do a photo book from one of these zoos –

All of the above zoos also use Think Big Photos and have the same deal where 25% of the proceeds go back to the zoo.

Try Out the Atlanta Zoo Photo Book

We are giving away an 8 x 8 Hard Cover Atlanta Zoo Photo Book , a $35 value – for free!

The best way to see the quality of the Atlanta Zoo Photo Book is to make one yourself.  Think Big Photos was nice enough to allow us to giveaway a photobook to one of our members.  As always at Dad Does – entering the giveaway could not be easier!

Most blogs would now tell you how you just need to leave 10 comments, like 15 fan pages and follow 13 people on Twitter to enter the giveaway – not here on Dad Does! All you have to do is Join Us – requires just your email, 100% free and takes about 6 seconds. You see, any member of DadDoes.Com is always entered into any giveaway we do. So, just Join Us once and you are automatically entered in any giveaway we ever do – simple – right?

Already a member? Good for you! Relax, you are in the drawing already. If you win, we just send you an email letting you know.

Conclusion: Atlanta Zoo Photo Book

If you need a professional quality photo book and price is not a concern, we still love the AdoramaPix photo book.  However, for family photo books, the Atlanta Zoo Photo Book is a terrific option.  The Atlanta Zoo Photo Book is on par with what you would get from Shutterfly or Snapfish – both in terms of quality and price.  The software for designing the photo book is straight forward and the final hard cover book is extremely well done.  In addition, the photo book is backed by a 100% Money Back Guarantee, if you are not happy, just return for a full refund.

Of course, what we really love about making a photo book at ZooAtlantaPhotos.Com is the fact that you are helping the conservation efforts of the zoo.  Using a digital printing facility also helps ensure we still have some wilderness left for all the animals to live in!

Atlanta Zoo Photo Books Gets 4 D’s (scale of 1 to 5) -

4 D Rating - Well Done

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Atlanta Zoo Photo Books – around $35 for a 8×8 Hard Cover Book

FULL DISCLOSURE: We received an Atlanta Zoo Photo Book to do this review and Think Big Photos is also giving away a photo book to one of our readers. We received no money for doing this review and receive nothing if you do decide to buy an Atlanta Zoo Photo Book. If you visit the Atlanta Zoo and a parrot says “Thanks for Ordering the Photo Book” – please let us know. This is a real review, by a real Dad (and his kids)!

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