Print and bind a photo book
There’s something wonderfully personal about a photo album in this digital age we live in. Not to mention how a classy coffee table book can add that final touch to a well-designed interior. Or why not publish your photography portfolio in book format? We’ve put together a few templates if you’re not quite sure how to get started.
Template ideas for your photo book
This layout is particularly well-suited to a book where photos play a central role.
Another great choice, the hard cover will ensure that your book looks great for years to come.
Photo book cover ideas
Photo book covers are probably among the simpler ones to make. You’re going to want a show-stopping photo to flaunt on your cover, along with a title that gives some indication as to what other photos a potential reader can expect. You want the photo to do most of the talking however, so make sure the title text isn’t too overbearing.
Sometimes, B&W just looks better. Perfect for a raw, stripped down experience that highlights the intensity of a subject without distracting the gaze with colour. Contrast is everything here, so make sure to utilise it in your cover as well.
If your photos are all about natural landscapes, you’re obviously going to want to highlight that on your cover. Part of the appeal of nature photography is the absence of human influence. As such, try to make the text on the cover as unintrusive as possible.
Colour is a tried and true method for grabbing people’s attention. A good colour photo will celebrate the colour of its subject, and that’s also what’ll make it a good cover. Colourful backgrounds make choosing a visible font colour for your title a bit tricky, but white will usually do the trick.