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Review: Album printing

Album printing has been one of our biggest issues over the past few years and i’m so relieved to say that we have finally found a trusting product. After searching who different photographers, I stumbled upon a texas based company known as Vision Art. I checked out there work a bit more, signed up to learn a bit more about them, and eventually decided to print a test album.

Throughout the ordering and shipping period, their customer service was amazing. They were prompt at returning emails and even warned me that my logo was originally off centered on the background, so I was able to realign it before printing. After a bit of conversation, I also discovered that all of the pages are hand cut, which I could not believe.

This is now my sample album that just arrived this afternoon and I couldn’t wait to post photos of it. From designing to delivery, the whole process took a bit more than a week – a super fast turnaround for such a high quality album. My first impression of this book was that everything was too good to be true. The cover has such a great texture to it and the colors are perfect. One of my favorite things about Vision Art’s albums are how the pages fold to eliminate a crease, allowing photos to cross between pages without looking strange. I can’t wait to start printing and designing more albums with Vision Art. The photos below are meant to give an idea of the overall look and design possibilities that are available to print, but web photos don’t really do it justice.

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