Check out this detailed and information-packed post on ten tips for better photo prints by the good people at NatureScapes.net. While it’s aimed at photographers looking to print their work, it’s also a fantastic source for anyone choosing paper and backgrounds for their photography book.
The post covers how to pick paper, tonal range, detail and texture, color management, and other fine points. Many thanks to John Paul Caponigro, professional photographer and friend of Blurb. He turned us on to this and we couldn’t help but share.