My First Photography Book {Blurb}|Review

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This is my first photography book that i printed using Blurb Software way back in May 2011.Its almost more than a year since i printed and i am not very much pleased with the quality of the paper and secondly the layout when i saw it on the hard copies were not up to my expectation.

Here are some of the features i selected:

1. Large Format Landscape 13x 11 inches
2. 20 number of pages
3. Paper: ProLine Uncoated Paper

As per Blurb:
ProLine Uncoated
Our ProLine Uncoated paper has excellent opacity, a luscious feel, and a lightly textured finish. It prints with excellent color fidelity (minimal dot gain, or in other words, no loss of image detail even in the shadows) and offers natural-looking four-color printing and velvety solids. A photographer’s favorite, this archival-quality paper is well suited to a range of book projects.

Actual View of the book

My Conclusion: This paper is neither matt nor gloss. Basically i did not like it the way how the prints came out. The paper is good in the way that it feels like non tearable, but i was not at all happy with the layout( Could be my mistake) as i wanted the whole picture to bleed into the whole page but i was unable to do it via the blurb software at that time. I am going to do another book soon and this time via lightroom and using a different paper type to see how the results come out.

I used the direct shipping from Blurb and luckily at that time they were shipping it to UAE. ( You can check if they ship it your country by clicking this) But the unfortunately they did not provide any tracking number and after only 2 weeks of waiting finally i got it. I hope they would have changed this by now and provided tracking number and i can only confirm this once i do my next book.

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Vineet Suthan is a Freelance Photographer based in Dubai. He Specializes in commercial shoots for Fashion, Beauty and Corporate Portraiture. He also shoots HDRS, Long Exposures and Black and White.He is currently coauthor of Vineet-Suthan.com/photoblog.

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