Post # 1
Any recs for websites to use to print professional-grade wedding albums? We opted to skip the album option with our photographer, with the hope of saving money (have all photo credits so can print wherever). I don’t want an iphoto type book – something with the hard pages that is more formal and elegant.
Post # 3
@happilyengaged4: the only place you will get a “professional-grade wedding album” is from a professional, as the album companies we use only work with pro photographers. However, your next best option as a consumer is probably Adoramapix.com or mpix.com. Good luck!
Post # 5
I used MyPublisher and was very happy.
Post # 6
I would try pinholepress.com
the paper quality is excellent if you splurge on the heavier stocks.
Post # 11
@happilyengaged4: I just ordered one from ArtisanState to see what the quality is like – I’ve heard good things here. I also found a coupon Code Javier30 or maybe it was Javier10…it worked, and I got 30% off!
(I googled Artisan State Coupon Code and it came up)…
Post # 12
Most photographers use richards photo lab. http://www.richardphotolab.com/
They are one of the few places that let non-pros get pro-like products! I’ve used their softcover press printed book, and the quality was great. They also have hardcover books and album options with wonderful covers!
A lot of photographers sell their products, but get more money for it! I highly reccomend them. Photo from their instagram:
Post # 13
White House Custom Colour http://www.whcc.com/
The sign-up form asks for a business name, but that’s optional.
Post # 14
@brinonny: i believe WHCC is a pro only lab, or at least it is intended to be.
Post # 15
@cateyes: you don’t need to be pro for WHCC.
@happilyengaged4: Black River and ProDPI also allow non-pros order. Do you want it printed on photo paper or press printed?
Post # 16
@Goofball: hmmm, well, ha, as a photographer, i find that disappointing. but i guess it’s good for OP to have extra options!