I create an annual photobook (for grandparents etc). I am working on the 2012 book. I have previously just had jpegs and used the BigW online printing. I only switched to usingat the end of 2012, so most of the photos are jpegs already.
I want to start using a higher quality printer, so that the albums last a lot longer. I also want to start taking the time to properly PP all the photos before they go into the photobook. (Using lightroom).
I have decided to try Snapfish this year, it has a very similiar upload system to the BigW. I upload all of my photos and then play around with layouts.
Now for my question:
I have read about using lightroom to create the photobook, and then export each page as a , which can then be uploaded to Snapfish. I like this method because it would be much more efficient and save me heaps of time.
However would this create quality issues? I am concerned that the Jpegs that I upload won't be of good enough quality.