Weddings are a milestone in life and there’s no better way to keep those memories of that special day that a quality Photo Album or Photo Book. So, what’s the difference between a Photo Album and a Photo Book you ask? Here’s the difference.
One of the most obvious differences between Albums and Books is the paper type. Photo Album photos are printed on photo paper and is protected by a UV coating. It is then reinforced by a premium substrate that makes the pages rigid, thus insuring that the finished product has long-term durability. Some companies offer both “thin” and “thick” width substrates. Depending on the width of each individual page, about 50 to 100 pages are usually the maximum number of pages available.
Photo Books are printed directly onto press paper. Some companies use a coated paper or others use a variety of specialty papers. Since Photo Book pages do not include a substrate more pages can fit into a Photo Book than an Album. You can generally include anywhere from 50 to 200 pages in a single classic style book.
Finally, the price point is another difference. Photo Books are generally less expensive.
Regardless of which option you choose, the most important decision is getting those memories off the CD and making sure that those memories are preserved for a lifetime. Technology changes rapidly and you might find yourself without those images in a few years.