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Saturday, March 3, 2012

Senior Products: The StoryBook & The Album - Milwaukee Senior Photographer

Our studio is proud to offer a collection of the highest quality products in the industry ranging from archival quality prints, canvases to StoryBooks and Albums. Our goal is to create family keepsakes that will be treasured during your lifetime and by generations to come.

It is very difficult to imagine the product without actually seeing and touching it. So, we have decided to do a series of blog posts to help you understand what options you have, how they look and how much they cost. The blog posts will cover the “seeing” part.  You will need to come and visit us to hold and touch these products.

Today, I would like to introduce two products that many think are only suitable for engagement sessions and weddings.  However, I believe they provide a perfect and unique way to capture your high school senior memories.  These two products are The StoryBook and The Album.

The Album is made of the same high quality materials we use for our Premier Wedding Albums.  It’s a flush mount album containing 20 pages and about 20-24 images.  The very thick pages printed on archival quality photographic paper with UV coating lay flat when opened. All page layouts are custom designed in our studio. The Album is bound with a choice of beautiful leather or fabric cover.  The 8x8 inches album starts at $400.

The StoryBook is a leatherette or fabric bound book with up to 20 pages and 20-24 images from your session. The hinged paper allows open pages to lay flat as well as provides a thicker, more upscale paper option than many coffee table books on the market. All pages are UV coated to ensure long lasting performance. Just like The Album, all page layouts for the StoryBook are custom designed in our studio.  The 8x8 inches album starts at $180.

The Album vs. The StoryBook 

The images below illustrate the difference in thickness between these two products. The top two are The StoryBooks and the bottom one is The Album.  All three of them are 20 pages long.