Let Us Create Your Boudoir Photo Book
There are many online options available today to print photo books and it’s easier than ever to create them yourself. However, if you’d like a high-quality professionally-prepared photo book, we’d be delighted to prepare yours for you.
We maintain a professional account with one of the leading photo labs in the U.S. based in New York and we are able to pass our savings on to our clients. We do not mark up the direct/printing costs charged by the lab. We only charge you for our time to work with you on the design, setup and delivery of your photo album and our labor costs are included in the prices listed below (which include standard shipping to your door).
Our vendor produces photo books using high-quality photographic paper and other materials. In addition, their photo books are specially-designed to lay flat.
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Photo Book Options
Die-Cut Fabric Cover
Lux Leather Cover
Genuine Leather Cover
Shapes and Sizes
- End Pages: Additional blank pages added to the beginning and end of the photo book (Included)
- Archival Box: Custom-sized archival box (see images at right) ideal when giving your photo book as a gift; available in beige and chestnut
- Cover Engraving: Available in gold or silver on Fabric, Lux Leather and Genuine Leather covers
- Expedited Service and Shipping: We recommend you allow a minimum of 14 days when ordering a photo book. Expedited service and shipping are available for an additional fee.
- Extra Pages: As a rule of thumb each page typically holds one or two images, an average of 1.5. Each extra page added to your album, using both sides, would therefore hold roughly 3 additional images.
Below you’ll find photo book formats and options for a 20-page photo book (10 physical pages, front and back), ideal for approximately 15 images. Click on sizes and cover options for additional information and images.
Optional archival box for your photo book
The three most common paper finishes are:
A glossy finish provides the best dynamic contrast and the most vibrant colors. Images appear crisp and sharp and is best for showing fine detail. A glossy finish is a highly-coated, smooth paper which with a shiny appearance. It therefore can reflect light and create glare depending on the light angle and intensity. A glossy finish is more susceptible to fingerprints and skin oils and can scratch easily. A glossy finish is not ideal for framing as it adds an additional reflective layer that can cause glare, making it difficult to view at certain angles.
Luster (also referred to as semi-glossy or pearl) is considered a finish that lies between glossy and matte finishes. Luster prints are slightly glossy, which helps enhance the image’s color and details, but also feature a very fine texture to help reduce problems associated with glare and fingerprints found on images with a purely glossy finish. Luster finish is common in wedding photography as its pearly texture softens the photos while reducing light reflection and glare. It does not offer the same level of vibrancy and detail/crispness as a glossy finish, these qualities are still quite high. This finish is also more fingerprint-resistant and more suitable for framing.
A matte finish is designed to be completely shine-free and smooth with a, textured surface that allows for little to no reflection of light on the image. The matte finish is favored by many artists because its dullness can evoke certain moods with an artistic effect. At the same time, however, this finish can make images look dull, less rich and less vibrant. With matte there is virtually no glare, fingerprints do not show and the surface is relatively scratch-resistant.
Other finishes include:
Increasingly popular, a metallic finish has a very high gloss, helping to intensify colors and providing a vibrancy that allows the image to “pop.” Images printed with a metallic finish almost appear printed on a sheet of metal (not to be confused with metal prints which are, actually, printed on metal.)
Like a luster finish, images printed on silk paper lie between matte and glossy finishes. Silk paper is common in illustrated books. It has a subtle sheen that is not glossy. Silk paper is so-named for the sheen that, to some, resembles the look of silk. The paper is delicate and soft with some texture, delivering a somewhat vintage and cultured feel. However it color vibrancy and dynamic range are well below glossy- and luster-finish papers.
Archival Box: $15 (included with Geniune Leather cover)
Cover Engraving: $10 per line
Extra Pages: $12 per physical page (printable on both sides)
Submit Your Photo Book Request
Use this form to tell us what options you’d like and we’ll provide you with a non-obligation estimate. Moving forward you’ll have an opportunity to review drafts of your photo book before printing.