Greg Sullavan and his fellow photography mentors, Jay Collier and Scott Stramyk, are the Photographers Collective. Libby and Geoff from Momento Pro have teamed up with the trio to host a workshop on Norfolk Island later this year and we’d love you to join them. Get a sneak peek of what to expect below, and read on to learn about Greg’s journey from photography enthusiast to photography educator to photo book creator. He also shares his experience of preserving a personal photographic project in a photo book.
Darran Leal is a wild life and wild places photographer who runs the second oldest photo tour company in the world. Recently we printed his ‘photographic legacy’ book titled Wild Visions, so we’ve asked him to provide some guidelines for anyone else wanting to create a portfolio or photo book of your images that span years and possibly decades.
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?
Momento Pro was honoured to produce this custom collector’s edition book and box set for British war photojournalist Tim Page. Nam Contact is an epic retrospective of his unseen black-and-white Vietnam War pictures encompassing an oversized 448-page book, a reproduction of a 1966 Kodak flexographic box with an insert for a loupe, and an embossed folio case for a signed and numbered print. Learn about its creation in Will Shipton’s article, Nam Contact: Symphonic coda to Tim Page’s Vietnam, originally published in Inside Imaging on 16 April 2021.