How many words do they say a picture is worth again? Clichés aside, there’s something magical about a good photograph. Grab your best photos, add a beautiful cover, and you’ve got yourself the perfect coffee table book. This photo book layout is designed for just that – giving you the optimal result with the minimal amount of research and effort – sound good?
This template is meant to pull out all the stops and result in a photo book that lasts. This is perfect as a thoughtful gift that’ll preserve memories for generations.
A no-nonsense paperback template which works well as a coffee table book. Passing on a hard cover offsets the cost of printing a lot of colour pages slightly.
Identical to the previous template, but without colour pages. Obviously suitable if you’re looking to print a book of black and white photos.
Photo Book Cover Ideas
With photo books, there’s not all that much to talk about when it comes to covers. Usually, the trick is simply to put your showstopper on the cover and use an unobtrusive font for your title. Naturally, your cover photo will communicate the theme or topic of your photo project as a whole, and your title should provide some more information about this.
As such, we’ve decided to skip the more in-depth cover analysis of the cover designs that you’ll see on our other template pages, and hope that our covers can speak for themselves and maybe even spark some inspiration. As usual, these are all made using our cover designer.
You can also get helpful tips on formatting your manuscript and designing your cover on our blog!