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Wedding photobook with thick pages


Coleslaw 15 13.4k 28 Wales
9 May 2012 12:14PM
I know photobooks have been asked quite a few times in EPZ, with the highly recommended are Loxley, Blurb, Lulu etc.
One thing I don't know is if those photobooks are with thick pages or thin as a 'normal' book.
And I am after photobook with thick pages., that doesn't cost an arm and a leg...Smile
Any suggestions?

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User_Removed 14 398 6 United Kingdom
9 May 2012 12:29PM
Loxley Perfetto Cole - cant go wrong Grin
Coleslaw 15 13.4k 28 Wales
9 May 2012 12:31PM
They are so very expensiveto!!!
ade_mcfade 16 15.2k 216 England
9 May 2012 12:33PM
Define "thick"
Carabosse 17 41.4k 270 England
9 May 2012 12:33PM
IQ under 100. Smile
Coleslaw 15 13.4k 28 Wales
9 May 2012 12:34PM
or maybe I should use the work 'rigid'
ade_mcfade 16 15.2k 216 England
9 May 2012 12:38PM
lol - they're the pricy ones Cole, Grafistudio and Loxley and Jourgensen spring to mind, good few hundred quid a pop - one you add your margins, you're looking at a fair old price tag.... Wink
User_Removed 16 17.9k 8 Norway
9 May 2012 1:13PM
(LOL!!!! @ CB!!)
digicammad 17 22.0k 39 United Kingdom
9 May 2012 1:21PM
Blurb have options for different paper grades and weights, but I don't think any are actually rigid.
Coleslaw 15 13.4k 28 Wales
9 May 2012 1:23PM
Ah, ok.
JohnParminter 13 1.3k 14 England
9 May 2012 1:49PM
You are such a disappointment Cole. I open every 'wedding' thread with the anticipation that it will be a lively and entertaining "Lucian" thread, this I fear will be dull and mundane......


Wink

JP
Coleslaw 15 13.4k 28 Wales
9 May 2012 1:52PM
lol.... sorry to have disappointed you, John...my bad.

OK, let's make it this way:
I want to produce cheapest photobooks with crap photos, and add 500% margin on top. Any suggestion?


better, John?Tongue LOL
Carabosse 17 41.4k 270 England
9 May 2012 1:56PM
That's more like it, Cole! Actually maybe Lucian can help out here? Grin
pulsar69 16 1.6k 6 United Kingdom
9 May 2012 2:01PM
Now we are cooking !

Try producing a normal photobook with photobox , leave2 double sides blank and then use two double sides - continue this throughout the book. When your book is delivered glue them together to create thick pages. Put them in a flashy briefcase ( available from any bargain goods outlet ) and add 300 pounds to the price.

Get a cheap faux leather jacket from a charity shop and cut out a cover for the book wrap it around and glue down the edges.

Oh, and then ring photobox and tell them there is a fault , send them a doctored photo, and demand a replacement , this can act as a parent book ( you will need to do this twice for two sets of parents ) , dont forget to add another charge for the free books.

Last but not least , label them as Murano Book , hand made in Italy Wink




- on a slightly more serious note GraphiStudio do offer some good prices if you are with them for their rigid card books , and most of the photobook manaufacturers now offer heavier paper , ( 150-200 g is quite light 200+ is better )
SurreyHillsMan 12 27 2 England
9 May 2012 2:54PM
Hi Cole... My Publisher... they have an option for deluxe paper... it's great and very strong


Jon

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