Post # 1
We eloped and had a semi-professional (wildlife photog) friend take our pictures. He doesn’t do weddings so doesn’t have any kind of album company to work with. What company can we use as non-professionals to print an archival quality or close to it book (aka not snapfish) that will last for generations?
Thanks for any help!
Post # 3
First of all, Congrats! Try Smilebooks.com, My cousin got hers done with them and it was gorgeous!
Post # 4
Your options are pretty limited. Check out somerset which offers an entry level pro quality album to the public.
Post # 5
adoramapix has really nice quiality (and I believe archival) photo paper. The books are stunning.
Post # 6
Adoramapix, while a nice, affordable consumer grade album, does not compare with a professional wedding album from a company like queensbury, grafi studios, or zook. In addition to the printing, you have to looking at the build quality of the binding. Consumer grade albums are typically glued, professional albums are hand sewn like real books.