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Premium Photo Book

from: €19,99
  • Superior quality photo paper
  • Fully lay-flat pages
  • No barcodes or logos
  • Free photo, linen or leather cover
  • Production time: 4 working days
    Production time: 4 working days

Put your photos in pride of place with our Premium photo book. Opt for a faux leather cover, a linen cover with embossing or laser engraving, a traditional photo cover, or even a Plexiglas cover. The Profotonet Premium photo books are of superior quality.

Premium photo book: formats and prices

Number of pages Price Extra spread (2 pages)
15x15

20-100

€ 19,99 (up to 20 pages)

€ 1,50

15x20

20-100

€ 22,99 (up to 20 pages)

€ 1,50

20x20

20-100

€ 26,99 (up to 20 pages)

€ 1,50

20x30

22-100

€ 36,99 (up to 22 pages)

€ 1,70

30x20

22-100

€ 36,99 (up to 22 pages)

€ 1,70

Number of pages Price Extra spread (2 pages)
15x15

20-100

€ 22,99 (up to 20 pages)

€ 1,70

15x20

20-100

€ 24,99 (up to 20 pages)

€ 1,70

20x20

20-100

€ 29,99 (up to 20 pages)

€ 1,70

20x30

22-100

€ 39,99 (up to 22 pages)

€ 1,90

30x20

22-100

€ 39,99 (up to 22 pages)

€ 1,90

Number of pages Price Extra spread (2 pages)
15x15

20-100

€ 24,99 (up to 20 pages)

€ 2,00

15x20

20-100

€ 27,99 (up to 20 pages)

€ 2,00

20x20

20-100

€ 34,99 (up to 20 pages)

€ 2,00

20x30

22-100

€ 44,99 (up to 22 pages)

€ 2,30

30x20

22-100

€ 44,99 (up to 22 pages)

€ 2,30

Additional cost
Linen

Included in price

Photo cover on photo paper

Included in price

Photo cover on linen

Included in price

Plexiglas cover 15x20, 20x20, 25x25, 20x30 and 30x20

€ 29,99

Plexiglas cover 30x30 and 30x45

€ 39,99

Cover opportunities

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Premium photo book Bona fide photo paper pages

Fantastic photo books for all your cherished memories

Making photo books is a piece of cake at Profotonet. Superior quality, many free extras and lay-flat as standard. Your Premium photo book is made using bona fide photo paper (Fujifilm Digital Professional DPII). In other words, your photo books aren’t printed using a digital printing press, but are exposed on photochemical paper. This paper is known for its wide colour gamut, vibrant colours and pin sharp photos without rasters. The result: stunning photos. Say goodbye to irritating logos and barcodes, and focus fully on your photos. Just what you want for your most cherished memories.

Paper Types

There are three types of photo paper to choose between for your photo book (Fujifilm HD Album paper). Glossy or Lustre (semi matte/silky gloss) or Velvet (completely matte). Please remember that with Velvet paper the colours can fade slightly.

Premium Photo Book Premium Plus Photo Book Professional Photo Book
Exposed on Fujifilm HD Album Paper Glossy/Lustre
Applicable
Applicable
Not applicable
Exposed on Fujifilm DPII Photo Paper Lustre or Coated
Not applicable
Not applicable
Applicable
Thickened pages
Not applicable
Applicable
Applicable
Padded cover
Not applicable
Applicable
Applicable
Photo cover on photo paper
Applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Photo cover on linen
Applicable
Applicable
Applicable
Covers - Liv, Sparkle, Paradise, Pure and Rebel Collection
Applicable
Applicable
Applicable
Covers - Classic Collection
Applicable
Applicable
Not applicable
Covers - Royal and Western Collection
Not applicable
Not applicable
Applicable
Plexiglas cover

Yes, except 15×15

Yes

Yes

Exclusive cover (Newman, Delon, Cooper, Photo mount)
Not applicable
Not applicable

Free

Customised, exclusive box
Not applicable
Applicable
Applicable
Presentation box
Applicable
Not applicable
Not applicable
Linen endpaper
Not applicable
Not applicable
Applicable
Additional manual quality control
Not applicable
Not applicable
Applicable

FAQ

What is the minimum resolution of a photo in a photo book?

The minimum resolution is 150 ppi. We expose the pages of the photo book at 300 ppi.

What is embossing, and what does it look like?

Embossing is a relief design in the cover made with lead letters. Using force and heat, we print the letters into the cover, to create a tangible and visible effect with the selected design. One option is to use foil; in gold, silver, black or white. But without foil is possible too; in this case it’s simply an impression of lead letters that we emboss into the material. Creating a subtle text design. This could be a good choice if you’re after a natural loo&feel. However, if you’d rather have a striking design that’s easily legible, opt for foil.

How do I position and align the photos?

At the edge of the page design you’ll see two lines: one blue and one red. The blue line marks the page’s outer edge. The red line marks our trim line. Everything between the red and blue lines disappears during page trimming. Remember to take this into account when you’re designing.

Positioning photos with a margin

Do you want space between your photos and the edge of your page? If so, make sure you keep approx. half a centimetre within the red line.

Positioning photos with page bleed

Do you want your photo to bleed off the page, for instance, a background? If so, make your layout right up to the blue line.

Alignment

Alignment means the photos being precisely in line, above or alongside one another. Resulting in a uniform, sleek look&feel. There are different ways to achieve alignment:

  • Using the Inspector
    . This is the most precise method. Click on the ruler, in the top right. Here you can enter the x & y coordinates for the horizontal and vertical distance from the upper left corner.
  • Using help lines
    . Help lines can also facilitate alignment. First, make rulers visible via Image > Show rulers . Click on the ruler, and drag a help line to the right spot in the photo book. Select Paste Position in the Image > Help lines menu, to render the photos magnetic. When dragging the frames, the photos stay nicely pasted to the help line.
  • Using a raster
    . Make a raster visible via Image > Raster > Show . Select Paste Position to render the photos magnetic. When dragging the frames, the photos stay nicely pasted to the help line.
  • Centring
    Select your photo, and via the right mouse button, click on Align > Align to vertical or horizontal centring of the page
What is the difference between a Premium, Premium Plus and Professional photo book?

The main differences between our photo books are the production method, page thickness and cover options.

In any case, all photo books are lay-flat. The Premium Plus and Professional photo books are bound by hand, and the Premium photo book is machine-glued.

The pages of the Premium photo book are two photo prints glued back to back. With the Premium Plus and Professional photo books these are thickened with approx. 1 mm museum quality card stock, for a chic look&feel. In addition, with the Professional photo book you have the option to treat the pages with UV coating, which enhances colour fastness. The maximum number of pages in the standard photo book is 100 pages (50 spreads), the Premium Plus and Professional photo books have 70 pages (35 spreads).

The materials used and cover options also differ with the Professional photo book, as opposed to the Premium version.

Check out this blog to find out more.

What is the minimum resolution of a photo in a photo book?

The minimum resolution is 150 ppi. We expose the pages of the photo book at 300 ppi.

What is embossing, and what does it look like?

Embossing is a relief design in the cover made with lead letters. Using force and heat, we print the letters into the cover, to create a tangible and visible effect with the selected design. One option is to use foil; in gold, silver, black or white. But without foil is possible too; in this case it’s simply an impression of lead letters that we emboss into the material. Creating a subtle text design. This could be a good choice if you’re after a natural loo&feel. However, if you’d rather have a striking design that’s easily legible, opt for foil.

How do I position and align the photos?

At the edge of the page design you’ll see two lines: one blue and one red. The blue line marks the page’s outer edge. The red line marks our trim line. Everything between the red and blue lines disappears during page trimming. Remember to take this into account when you’re designing.

Positioning photos with a margin

Do you want space between your photos and the edge of your page? If so, make sure you keep approx. half a centimetre within the red line.

Positioning photos with page bleed

Do you want your photo to bleed off the page, for instance, a background? If so, make your layout right up to the blue line.

Alignment

Alignment means the photos being precisely in line, above or alongside one another. Resulting in a uniform, sleek look&feel. There are different ways to achieve alignment:

  • Using the Inspector
    . This is the most precise method. Click on the ruler, in the top right. Here you can enter the x & y coordinates for the horizontal and vertical distance from the upper left corner.
  • Using help lines
    . Help lines can also facilitate alignment. First, make rulers visible via Image > Show rulers . Click on the ruler, and drag a help line to the right spot in the photo book. Select Paste Position in the Image > Help lines menu, to render the photos magnetic. When dragging the frames, the photos stay nicely pasted to the help line.
  • Using a raster
    . Make a raster visible via Image > Raster > Show . Select Paste Position to render the photos magnetic. When dragging the frames, the photos stay nicely pasted to the help line.
  • Centring
    Select your photo, and via the right mouse button, click on Align > Align to vertical or horizontal centring of the page
What is the difference between a Premium, Premium Plus and Professional photo book?

The main differences between our photo books are the production method, page thickness and cover options.

In any case, all photo books are lay-flat. The Premium Plus and Professional photo books are bound by hand, and the Premium photo book is machine-glued.

The pages of the Premium photo book are two photo prints glued back to back. With the Premium Plus and Professional photo books these are thickened with approx. 1 mm museum quality card stock, for a chic look&feel. In addition, with the Professional photo book you have the option to treat the pages with UV coating, which enhances colour fastness. The maximum number of pages in the standard photo book is 100 pages (50 spreads), the Premium Plus and Professional photo books have 70 pages (35 spreads).

The materials used and cover options also differ with the Professional photo book, as opposed to the Premium version.

Check out this blog to find out more.

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Premium Photo Book

Will you make your Premium photo book online, or would you rather make it offline, using our comprehensive photo book software? Both are possible at Profotonet. Don’t want to spend too much time on your own photo book? No problem. Simply opt for our online photo book software with ready-to-use templates and stunning designs. Our wide range of themes mean you’ll have a beautiful photo book in no time at all. All hassle-free! Are you really creative, and prefer to be in control? If so, opt for our offline software. Our offline photo book software has countless options to choose from. For instance, ready-to-use templates, frames and designs! These turn creating your Premium photo book a piece of cake, helping you effortlessly make a beautiful photo book for every cherished occasion. All our photo books have what’s known as lay-flat binding. This means the left and right pages form a full spread. Your photos run smoothly without interruption, and your photo book can lie fully flat when open. Ideal for a creative photo book!

Starting on your Premium photo book? You’ll have an extensive range of options and formats to choose from. For instance, the paper type. We have many paper types available. Firstly, Fujifilm HD Lustre Album paper. This paper has a subtle silky gloss, exceptionally fine surface structure and is suitable for all kinds of photos. One big plus point of this paper is that it’s highly fingerprint resistant. Fujifilm HD Glossy Album paper is highly glossy paper that shows colours in their full glory. This paper is ideal for vibrant photos. For instance, holiday snaps or architectural photos. We also supply Fujifilm HD Velvet Album paper. This paper is ideal for a Fine Art look. It is ultra matte, giving both a muted, deep matte effect, but a velvety smooth structure at the same time. As a result this paper is 100% anti-glare. On this paper, colours becomes slightly less intense and more subtle. Its muted look&feel make it ideal for wedding and baby photo books.