Review: Miller’s Lab Signature Album
This review is on Miller’s Lab Signature Album.
Beautifully simple from start to finish, Miller’s Signature Album is one ultimate album for every client. With a one-piece wraparound cover design, up to 100 pages, photographic and press papers, thick or thin page options and multiple cover options all included in the price, this line makes the album sale easy.
Choose from a variety of sizes and optional upgrades to create an album that fits big and small budgets alike. (Please note: Acrylic and Metal covers are available with Standard, Distressed. Pearlescent and Textured Leathers. All other Custom Image covers will wrap around the entire cover of your album.)
The Review (and a bonus video!)
Out of all the albums I have tried on the market the Signature Album has been my favorite. Prior to this it was Miller’s iMount leather album – when they discontinued I went on the hunt for finding a lab that was quick, painless and had the expensive feel I was craving for my client products. I ended up falling in love with the Signature Album at WPPI and have used it for personal and client products.
My favorite aspects:
- expensive leather feel with many colors to choose from
- quick turnaround (3 days max has been my experience)
- thick paper spreads
I honestly sat here thinking of some negatives to the product to make sure my review seemed objective – but I can’t think of any. I also love the embossing (not pictured) – as I have put it on my personal albums for the kids.
I used Album Stomp + Shootproof to create the album pictured in less than 15 minutes from import to design to ordering through Miller’s Roes. You can view the video here:
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