I’ve had some really gorgeous albums going out to clients so I thought I would share some photos to illustrate the differences.
First up is my 8×8 lay flat book, it comes with a custom image cover and 10 spreads (20 facing pages).
The pages lay flat and you can place one image across the spread to make a centerfold.
The pages are prints adhered back to back.
The spine is about a centimetre thick.
Below you will see my ultra fabulous Photo Art Album. The book shown is an 8×8, and has 15 spreads (30 facing pages).
The spine is about an inch thick, and the pages are prints adhered to a substrate that is 2mm thick. They are quite substantial and very sturdy.
As you can see, the image is not interrupted with the centre seam, it’s quite subtle.
Here’s another gorgeous Photo Art Book:
The centre seam is very subtle.
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