What types of albums do you offer?
Dustin Meyer Photography offers a print and bind solution that creates a beautiful flush mount album. Our cutting-edge binding technology produces an album with excellent lay flat properties and a uniquely small page break seam. Dustin Meyer Photography offers a variety of covers options including photographic covers in high gloss and matte options, premium leather, genuine leather, and glam covers (embossed crocodile and distressed leather).
Do you offer sign-in albums?
Yes. Our sign-in album collection, available in 8×8 or 10×8 sizes, displays images on the left side and faded parchment paper on the right side of the album for guest signing.
What is the minimum and maximum number of spreads an album can contain?
Albums contain a minimum of 10 spreads (20 sides) and a maximum of 40 spreads (80 sides). All spreads are available as color corrected or non-color corrected. Balance albums only contain 10 spreads (20 sides).
What types of leather are available for the album covers?
We offer genuine, premium, crocodile, bonded, and distressed leather albums.
Premium leather is available in the following colors:
Black Brown Tan Burgundy Red Orange Gold Green Forest Green Pink Magenta Light Blue Sky Blue
Glam covers are available in the following colors in Embossed Crocodile:
Auberdine Chocolate Deep Cherry Deep Orange Lime Onyx
Glam covers are available in the following colors in Distressed Leather:
Cowboy Red Saddle Brown
What choices are available for personal embossing?
Personal embossing is available in a variety of fonts, colors, and styles.
Font color choices:
*Please note that Branded embossing is not available in Pink, Light Blue, or Ivory
When not in use, albums should be stored flat in conditions between 55-95° F and between 5-60% humidity. These conditions should not change drastically and albums should be kept out of direct sunlight. Dustin Meyer Photography albums can be gently cleaned with a damp cloth, and the foil imprints should not be rubbed. Last, it is best that one uses their fingertips instead of nails to turn the pages.