Croons Studio Wedding Montage Books are always special. Montage books are printed on archival paper fused to card-stock. There are multiple layout variations available, all minimalistic and clean to keep the focus on the images presented in an elegant way, making the pages thicker than the average photo book's paper.
From birthday parties and sports games to vacations and weddings, your photo albums preserve life events that are deeply important to you. Preserve those occasions so you can revisit them. Candid moments are especially fun to remember.
Digitals are great to have! But the album will be the special book passed through generations with all the memories enclosed. Often couples have the digitals and they stay on their computer. They always plan to print this or that, or create their own book – but it rarely happens.
I think if your budget fits having an album then definitely invest in one. ”
We provide 2 types of albums :
(a) LAYFLAT BROMIDE ALBUMS
Lay-flat binding is a classic album making technique which allows the spine and pages to open and lay completely flat. Compared to other binding techniques, none of your imagery will be lost in the gutter or restricted to a single page. This means you can beautifully display your photos in double page spreads. Layflat books have an ImageWrap hardcover. These books can open totally flat without damaging the binding. This makes them ideal for page spreads (where an image prints across two facing pages).
(b) PHOTOBOOK ALBUMS
An album with Flexible Pages – this is a new product on the market, in which pages are photo printed but glued back to back in a unique technology that delivers a magazine-style yet with photographic pages. Covers – the above albums come typically with either a photo cover or a true leather cover. Photo Book images are printed directly onto paper and bound into your chosen book format. Photo Albums typically have photo prints pasted onto the page. Photo Books are typically more lightweight, and thinner than traditional photo albums, so they take up less room on the coffee table or shelf. The idea with photo albums is to avoid having hundreds of photo prints boxed away, never to see the light of day. You can spend hours deciding which photos you want to put in your albums, selecting each family memory individually. It is a time-consuming process, but one that could be lovingly pored over with family and friends.