Photo Books from Pinhole Press

Photo Books from Pinhole Press

Editor’s Note: This post is sponsored by Pinhole Press as the photo book featured in the post was sent to me complimentary in exchange for writing this post. All editorial and opinions are my own.

I have long adored the products of Pinhole Press. If you’re not familiar, they are an online boutique for photo gifts and their products are always so clean and streamlined and gorgeously unfussy. Oh, and their photo books … le sigh. I recently put together a photo book sharing some of our favorite travel adventures in Europe using the wonderful service of Pinhole Press and I could not be more delighted to share the outcome with you. And I think these photo books would be amazing to document a wedding and/or honeymoon.

I chose the Panoramic Photo Book and the quality of the print and paper far out rivals any I have ever encountered. The thick matte texture of the pages feel amazing and I love how when you open the pages, the binding seems seamless! The photo book “lies perfectly flat letting your photos stretch across the spread without interruption.” Umm, genius. The cover also feels luxe with the combination of a personal photo/title and the soft linen backing and siding.

Want to see what I put together? Here’s a few of my favorite pages:

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Above: Out-take from our Parisian shoot. Photo by Juliane Berry.

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Above/below: Tropea, Italy.

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Above: One of our first escapades to Paris.

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Above: Our first foray to Provence.

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Above/below: My favorite visit to Paris with J. It was our getaway together after being apart for months. Absence certainly made our hearts grow fonder and Paris made everything that much more magical for our reunion.

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Above: I couldn’t leave our Paris shoot out so I included this little tease. Images by Juliane Berry.

I seriously love the layout of my book and it couldn’t have been any easier to put together with the super intuitive design interface on Pinhole Press. It was so simple to use and I love the option for the panoramic spreads. They add such a dramatic feel to the book. And it feels so nice to have a book of images that J&I usually just share online – it’s like our photos have been brought to life.

If you’re interested in building your own Pinhole Press photo book, you can check out their gallery here. They offer a magnificent selection including hardcover, panoramic, softcover as well as a great variation of sizes.

Off topic, I also wanted to share a few other fabulous products you might be interested in from Pinhole Press. They have an amazing wedding collection and I’m really digging these cool beer bottle labels. I think they’d be pretty fab for wedding welcome baskets or bach parties!

Photography by Sarah Darcy of Classic Bride blog.
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  1. May 25, 2013 / 12:14 PM

    wonderful photos, thanks for sharing.