There are so many factors to consider when choosing a format and a printer for your photo book, but what are the best options for your project? To make your decision process easier and help you avoid pitfalls, we’ve compiled some questions to ask yourself and your supplier so you can get as close as possible to your perfect match. You can narrow down the options quickly by answering these questions: what print quality do I want? How many copies do I need? What’s my budget? What binding do I want? And what size should it be?
Our presentation of the AIPP Reflections books to the National Library of Australia last Wednesday, will go down in Momento’s history as one of our most memorable experiences. Geoff, James and Libby were intensely proud to handover two large leather-bound archival books in the presence of 14 veterans and their families, and seeing the look of joy and gratitude on their face as they found their portrait among the pages, was priceless.
On June 10 we hit a record of 10 staff being with us for 10 years – alongside our Managing Director, Geoff Hunt. That’s pretty special and we’re very lucky to have such loyal human beings working for us. We thought you might like to know a little about what they do and what makes them tick.
Next month Martin Penny has been binding books for 20 years, which means about half a million books have passed through his hands! We’re proud to say that for ten of those years he’s been running our bindery at Momento Pro, and he still treats every book like it’s the most important book on the planet. Here’s Marty’s story …