Albums are special and more luxurious editions, dedicated to a specific theme. They usually present rich photographic material, together with other material related to the subject of the publication.
Whether it is a photo album or some other type of album, the colour rendering requirements of the photos are very high. At PressiousArvanitidis we have managed to successfully and naturally render the colours in all our productions, implementing technical procedures and certifications such as:
- Print-your-mindSUPPORT proof sampling service
- ISO 12647-2 colour accuracy certification
- Image control equipment available to our production unit, thanks to which the desired colour result is achieved,
- Production of proofs certified according to FOGRA for each surface, which cover specific areas of each print side and are a reference point for each colour test.
In case you are interested in producing an album in an unusual shape and the design of the album is done by your graphic designer, we suggest that you have previously communicated with your contact person at PressiousArvanitidis, to ensure that there is not significant waste of paper in the shape you want to print.
The album can be printed on the paper typically used (velvet, writing, illustration), but also on special papers, something that happens quite often, in order to add to the album, the character required. There are no restrictions on the size of the album, in the sense that we can produce any shape, as well as standard dimensions (A4, A3, etc.).
Your album can be designed by the design department of PressiousArvanitidis, while we can also offer you other services that may be needed when creating your album (photography services, text editing, etc.).
Also, your album can hold FSC® certification and in this way, you can prove your environmental awareness and ensure that products come from responsibly managed forests.
There is no minimum number of copies nor limit on the product category of albums, as our print run starts at just one copy using the method of digital printing and goes up to thousands using the method of offset printing.