What is the standard size for a photo album?

Most standard square photo album sizes include 8×8, 10×10 and 12×12.

What is photo album paper called?

Professional Lustre photo paper
Photo Album photos are printed on Kodak Endura Professional Lustre photo paper, just like a traditional Photo Print. Lustre paper (the industry standard for photo printing) has a slight sheen, and is protected by a UV coating.

Can I use a photo album as a scrapbook?

Traditional Photo Album Scrapbooking is very easy and simple. Even if you don’t have a lot of time, but want to print your photos, using traditional photo albums is the easiest way to go. Just don’t forget to write those quick little notes and stories. Those reflections will be cherished for many years to come.

How big is a 4×6 print?

approximately 4 inches by 6 inches
4×6 prints are approximately 4 inches by 6 inches, or 4″ x 5 ⅞” (10 x 15cm / 101.6 x 152.4 mm). This is a standard photo print size since it mirrors the aspect ratio of the viewfinder of most digital cameras.

Should a photo book be matte or glossy?

Matte versus glossy paper is definitely a personal preference. I personally prefer matte finishes to glossy, but as a downside, matte paper can mute colors somewhat. If you like colors that pop, then matte may not be the way to go.

How much will it cost for photo album?

Photo Albums: Buy Photo Albums Online Starting at Rs. 149 in India | Flipkart.com.

What is the difference between a photo album and a scrapbook?

A scrapbook, in addition to pictures, includes notes, quotes and captions which tell the story behind the photos. This information is given so that you remember the special day and the events which took place. Whereas in an album, only snaps are allowed, along with the date and place maybe.

How do I make a photo scrapbook at home?

Basic Steps to Making a Scrapbook

  1. 1) Brainstorm on a Theme. Think about what you want your scrapbook to be about.
  2. 2) List of Stories to Tell.
  3. 3) Photo Selections.
  4. 4) Placement of Page Elements.
  5. 5) Crop, Mat & Adhere Your Photos.
  6. 6) Page Title.
  7. 7) Journaling.
  8. 8) Dressing Up with Embellishments.