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Budget Wedding Album? Recommendations?


Lucian 5 562
12 Jun 2012 10:43PM
The budget wedding album i use is no longer available in the uk. I am now looking to get another album to replace it. It needs to be a bookbound album that has 30-40 pages, easy to assemble and preferably no more expensive than 60.00. Any recommendations.

Thanks

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ourdayphotos 3 229 Scotland
12 Jun 2012 10:54PM
Try photobox, they do printed albums form about 25-100.
Lucian 5 562
12 Jun 2012 11:07PM
It is an album im after. I dont want a photobook. the album i was using is only available in america now so need to find an alternative.
scottishphototours 11 2.6k 2
13 Jun 2012 8:12AM
WH Smith or Poundland - they both do a good range Wink
pulsar69 11 1.6k 6 United Kingdom
13 Jun 2012 8:26AM
Try doing some research for a change
keithh Plus
11 23.9k 33 Wallis And Futuna
13 Jun 2012 8:50AM
Lucian 5 562
13 Jun 2012 9:03AM
The reason i have asked this question is because it would be better to take the opinion of someone who has a good budget album as opposed to just looking at a photo of an album on the internet because cheap albums are notorious for looking better online than what they do in real life.

The album i used to use was the Superior Mount Tap Album 15page 10x10. I cant find it in the uk anymore and american suppliers are ignoring me when i send them an e-mail to request postage costs. Its a very good album and i would love to get some.
MikeA 10 1.2k England
13 Jun 2012 9:29AM

Quote: ..................and american suppliers are ignoring me when i send them an e-mail .........................


LOL.
peterjones 13 4.1k 1 United Kingdom
13 Jun 2012 9:47AM
try here , they were about 45 each
collywobles 11 3.5k 9 United Kingdom
13 Jun 2012 10:03AM

Quote:The budget wedding album i use is no longer available in the uk. I am now looking to get another album to replace it. It needs to be a bookbound album that has 30-40 pages, easy to assemble and preferably no more expensive than 60.00. Any recommendations.


Lucian,

You are the only person on here that does CHEAP, no one else does cheap albums, cheap, weddings and cheap cameras - only you so its unlikely anyone can help you.
Randle 9 102 United Kingdom
13 Jun 2012 12:29PM
You could look at MTA albums, I have used the Madrid range as they are good. http://www.mtauk.co.uk/
janeez Plus
6 1.4k 8 United Kingdom
13 Jun 2012 3:52PM
If no one likes Lucian's questions then perhaps it is better not to respond. I recently had to ask a question regarding A3 albums, Ok it was Loxley, but the answers I received were very helpful. I wonder sometimes that the rather unpleasant replies posted to him could put off other people from asking simple questions purely because they are afraid of the replies they will get.

If you have time to be on here and reply then somehow his questions cannot be interfering too much with your business.
thewilliam 6 5.2k
13 Jun 2012 5:17PM
Lucian, why not buy an ex-demo album from a photographer who's moved on to something else or who's given up weddings? This would be seriously cheap.

Now that I've retired from doing weddings, I have lots of albums that need a loving home and some of them are boxed and new.
cameracat 11 8.6k 61 Norfolk Island
13 Jun 2012 6:57PM
There is no such thing as a stupid question.....!!!

But there are truck loads of stupid answers available, Lots of witty replies to....Sad

Thank goodness for the reputation of this site, We have had one or two decent answers, Like the one from " thewilliam " and others...!!!

Not sure why the rest bothered joining in, Must be the weather or the lack of anything meaningful to do....Grin

Whatever..Wink
saltireblue Plus
5 4.9k 27 Norway
13 Jun 2012 7:23PM
I reckon Lucian is really Pete's alter ego...his way of stressing down after a hard day dealing with all the negative GEA posts and the debate on daily UA's.Tongue

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