8 1/2 by 11 paper, labeled, 2 - 3 photos per page.
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You could bring an album, or just bring the photos in an organized pile. Some IOs might want to take a brief look at photos, others won't even ask to see them. It all depends on the IO, and also on the overall strength of your case. I suggest you consult with an immigration attorney before your interview, to have the best chance of success.
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There is no right or wrong way to present them. You can just bring the originals for the officer to view (can be on regular paper, can be in an album - however you want to do it, but they will not view an electronic device like a thumb drive, so be sure it is hard copies). If they want copies, they will make them. If you want to bring courtesy copies, there is no harm in that either. Congrats and good luck!