Product Spotlight: Horizontal Panoramic Photo Book
Brides agonize over the details. From the reception hall to the satin on her slippers, every detail of her special day has to be as unique, handsome, and memorable as her groom. Guest books are an often-overlooked wedding detail. And when family and friends come together to celebrate your client’s wedding, they shouldn’t leave their messages in a felt-covered notebook.
But weddings aren’t the only events that our new horizontal panoramic photo books complement. From corporate functions to your daughter’s first piano recital, using it as a guest or sign-in book can add that finishing touch to make any of your clients’ events special.
At 8.75 x 6.5″ and up to 60 pages, it’s just the right size to accommodate multi-image spreads and still leave plenty of space for signatures and messages.
No more forced flattening or gutters. Our press-printed Panoramic Album features layflat technology, allowing your images to span across both pages without interruption. With your choice of three, ink-absorbent paper stocks – Double-Thick Superfine eggshell, proPhoto lustre or Options 100% recycled paper – the panoramic album can feel like an album or a book.
Mohawk Double-Thick Superfine – Mohawk Superfine is now double the luxury. This new 32pt paper has an exceptional reputation for quality, consistency and uniformity. Superfine is acid-free, archival, FSC-certified and made with windpower. For more information visit mohawkpaper.com/environment.
Mohawk proPhoto– Mohawk proPhoto is the ultimate choice for high-end photo books on the HP Indigo. Its lustre finish yields the high-quality look and feel of photo paper for silver-halide like results. It is acid free and has no product shelf life limit.
Mohawk Options – Mohawk Options is famous for its high environmental standards and exclusive Inxwell surface technology, combining the tactile feel of uncoated paper with the smoothness and sharp detail of coated. Options contains 100% recycled fiber and is acid-free, archival, FSC-certified and made with windpower. For more information visit mohawkpaper.com/environment.