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September 22, 2009

Bookbinders interested in working with photographers…

Filed under: Morning Musings — jackie @ 10:35 am

Good morning readers.

It’s definately fall here in the southland. The weather is cool and clear and the morning sky has a beautiful glow to it.

I am frequently asked by photographers if they know of any binders in their area who would be willing to work with them to create custom albums for their clients as they want something unique. I have a few binders that I can reccommend but some photographers would prefer to work with someone closeby that they can meet with in person.

I have decided to revamp my photographers resource page to include a list of binders who are interested in working with photographers in their area to create custom wedding albums, guestbooks, boxes etc. for their clients. The list will be by setup by country/state and will be a free resource for both binders and photographers.

If interested in being listed, please email me for more details.

Also, there are only a few more spaces left for my Flush Mount Album workshop. It’s a great opportunity to learn the process in a hands on workshop setting.

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  1. I bind guest books, wedding albums, as well as portfolios. In addition I can do small run (as small as one copy) letterpress printing of title pages or other important information in small and large format. In large format I can print sheets as large as 24″ x 28″. I have been working at this art since 1972.

    The Tideline Press
    West Sayville & East Jewett, New York

    Comment by Leonard Seastone — September 22, 2009 @ 1:43 pm

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