I’m really pleased to now be offering Folio Albums in one of my wedding photography packages. There are many album companies out there all vying to get the photographer on board with their products. I’ve done a fair bit of research recently, trawling round the trade shows, looking at the products and speaking to the suppliers.
I just like the way Folio Albums operate. The quality is certainly there to see from the materials used in their covers, the archival fine art papers and latest pigment-based inks through to the details like the debossing of names on the cover, the lay-flat pages inside and quality bindings.
I’ve just received my samples this week and am absolutely thrilled with them so here are some images to illustrate how everything looks.
Presentation boxes for a 12×12″ album (left) and 6×6″ copy album
Each album comes in its own unbleached cotton bag
12×12″ (Ebony leather cover) and 6×6″ (Shadow grey canvas cover)
Debossing on cover
Invisible crease on lay-flat pages
12×12″ (above) with scaled-down 6×6″ copy (below)
Folio Album leather cover swatches
Folio Album cotton covers (left) and canvas covers (right)