The Hahnemühle FineArt Inkjet Leather Albums are a new DIY concept in its range of Digital Inkjet Albums.
London based photographer Sara Atteby explains below why she uses Hahnemühle FineArt Leather Albums for her wedding shoots:
“I use the albums for my wedding and possibly also portrait clients in the near future. I learnt to print B&W and colour myself while studying at the Queensland College of Art, so print quality is paramount for me. This is why I searched a long time for an album or book where the print quality was what I expected it should be but wasn’t overly expensive. Having purchased a high quality A3 printer I decided to look for options to print and assemble the albums or books myself. I found that the really expensive albums from competitors had lovely covers and were bound really well, but the print quality seemed secondary. I already knew of the good reputation and high quality of Hahnemühle Digital FineArt Inkjet papers and saw the Fine Art Albums at a trade show and thought they were really beautiful. They are also reasonably priced, so my clients are happy! They feel like they have something of an exceptional quality that I’ve taken time to put together for them and in the end it’smore affordable than other albums I can offer them.”
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To view a video of how the album is put together as the Croatian wedding photographer Luka Zanic demonstrates, please click here.