The lustre printed flushmount albums have been designed to the highest specification. From the choice of paper to the build of the cover and spines, every element is perfect to make this a truly amazing way to display your precious photographs. The pages are thick to give the books real substance and have a white core for a clean minimal look when the album is closed.
The albums are handmade all the way through the print and assembly process, each person performing multiple quality checks at every stage to ensure everything is looking great. When they’re ready to send every single album is placed in a lovely hard magnet-tab box with ribbon, which not only looks great but protects them perfectly when shipping.
Fine Art Albums
I recommend selecting around 5 images for each spread to achieve a lovely balanced design. So if you would like your album to contain 100 photos for example, then you'll want to select around 20 spreads from the dropdown menu during the design process.
All of the albums begin and end with a full double-page spread. When you open the cover you will see blank ivory card on the left and right hand side, and then when you turn the next page it reveals a full double-page spread of images.
The pages are printed panoramically, which means the image will be creased in the middle of the spread where the pages bend. This is the best approach for ensuring any images which span the middle of the spread are seamless and unbroken.
Fuji DP2 Professional paper is used for the Lustre albums and Epson Fine Art Cotton paper is used for the Fine Art albums.
Every full-size album will be shipped with three layers of protection. Firstly, a lovely clam-shell presentation box finished in black faux leather. Secondly, a white inner card box and thirdly an outer brown card box.
I aim for a 4 week turnaround from placing your order to delivery.
Once you have followed the steps in my 'Design Studio' I will contact you to discuss the photographs that you would like featured in the album. Once agreed I will email you across an invoice for advanced payment and then we're all good to go.