BTW, this is what I was using it for, in case you're curious: http://graememitchell.com/blog/unreal-city-portfolio-edition. The pages do bend and have flex to them, and so far the adhesive seems to hold the prints down fine, w/o any lifting off or what have your.
I have three or four H.O.P books right now! I only ever end up using one anyway (lack of popularity, I suppose).
I'm a fan of the HOP books. I think they're perfect for their use. But I do suggest swapping the sleeves often to keep them tight looking.
Don't fret about having 2 at home though: nobody's go out as often as they want. These days you're better off dumping the money into web stuff anyway...I mean, the last two mags that I worked with, and they're relatively large magazines, asked me to shoot after seeing my blog. My BLOG. Neither had even seen my regular site when I asked; one asked to see my book; the other didn't seem to care.
I'm a little surprised more people don't seem to be using
this stuff. To me it seems like a nice solution.
Sounds good. Will the Gudy hold down a fiber print that is trying to curl back up?
|Photrio.com contains affiliate links to products. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. |
To read our full affiliate disclosure statement please click Here.
PHOTRIO PARTNERS EQUALLY FUNDING OUR COMMUNITY: