Ok so you have seen how we put together an album and what it means to have digital page designs. It still leaves the question; What does one of these albums look like?
Below is a slideshow of pictures taken of our sample album. Hopefully it will give you an idea of what to expect. We believe it is important to know what you are getting and for our prospective interstate customers who may not be able to meet with us face to face this is a good way to see our products. These albums are handcrafted. They are not mass produced books which we stick prints into. As you would remember from part one of this series, the page designs we do are double page spreads. These albums have these designs edge to edge flush mounted and we do not cut the image at the seam. Each page is sturdy and holds your images well. In addition we have a thin laminate covering each page so that your prints are protected from finger prints and being closed for long periods of time. Our albums come with glass frontage, yes that is glass. Not a clunky acrylic that degrades over time. It does add to the weight but it is worth it. We also offer a choice of bevels in the glass; a thin or long bevel.We recommend the thin bevel and it is the default style if not specified. We also include the option of a back cover image with glass as well. Now here’s the kicker. There is no charge for a back cover. You can have a front cover image, back and front cover images or no cover images at all and go au natural with the stylish leather like finish with no impact on the price. These albums also come in a stylish black briefcase. That way you can transport it around with ease and store it safely if required. We hope you enjoy what you have seen. For local customers we recommend coming in and checking these albums out in the flesh. The photos are good but it does help to see and feel these babies yourself.
Please let us know what you think in the comments below.
To see what the inside page designs can look like please check out part 1 of this series of posts.