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Five publishing success stories from 2019

A case study of five antipodean photo books successfully published in 2019 with assistance from Momento Pro: ‘Intuitive Eating’ by Jana Brunclikova; ‘Loud & Luminous 2019’; ‘Farewell Angelina’ by Anna D’Addario; ‘Pelci Manor’ by Sarah J. Walker; and ‘Lost But Found’ by Peter Sharp.

At Momento Pro, we not only print and bind photo books, we advise on the design and binding that best suits their purpose and budget, as well as ways to fund, launch, promote and sell them. For the inexperienced photo book creator, there are many decisions that will affect the cost and success of your publication. Our aim is to guide you through the maze and help deliver the best outcome for you and your book. Here we outline some projects we worked on in 2019, and the secrets behind their success.

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How to self publish a photo book in the Antipodes

Momento Pro has learnt a lot about the ins and outs of publishing a photo book over the last 15 years, and now we’ve summarised the main points in this blog post, along with links to further information. To make your book a reality, read on …

Momento Pro has spent 15 years immersed in photo book printing, learning about people’s publishing experiences in Australia and New Zealand, and making friends with all the services that can help make your book a success.

We’ve also hosted photo book awards since 2011 which give us unique insight and statistics into antipodean photo book publications. In this blog post we share our findings in a simple guide that includes data, questions and topics for you to consider before publishing your photo book.

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Because albums should be for forever

This blog post is inspired by two facts: 1. Print is the only photo format guaranteed to be accessible in generations to come, and; 2. People buy what they see. Read on to learn how easy it can be to sell albums to your wedding and portrait clients, and what the best samples to present to them are.

Any printed product will be accessible for longer than any digital file, and it’s important to educate your clients on this fact, so they can keep their personal photos ‘forever’ too. Maybe you’ll have a file in 50 years, but will you have the medium to read and display it? By advising them of the permanence of print you are helping them, and your album sales.

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Preserve your photographs in print

Better Photography editor, Peter Eastway, provides good reason and advice for printing your best photos from recent travels, a personal project or the last year in a book and encourages photographers to consider what their photo legacy is, especially in this age of ‘digital black holes.’

Better Photography editor and AIPP Grand Master of Photography, Peter Eastway, provides good reason and advice for printing your best photos from recent travels, a personal project or the last year in a book and encourages photographers to consider what their photo legacy is, especially in this age of ‘digital black holes.’

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