Written by Joelcy Kay
Editor & Curator – Edge of Humanity Magazine
Curator – NO MIDDLEMAN ART GALLERY
How To Organize Your Photo Book | Part II
Book Layout: Choose the orientation that best fits the style of the images you plan to publish in your book.
If most of your images were shot vertically then you want to choose a portrait orientation for your book so that the majority of the pages will depict a full image.
If most of your work is created horizontally then landscape orientation is the best choice.
For images created with wide angle lenses (wider than the normal landscape photographs) follow the image shape by selecting a wider landscape orientation for your book in order to avoid having a strip for an image in the center of the pages.
This way you add impact to your images and deliver a better viewer experience.
Start a master digital folder for your book project
Written content: For your book’s introduction, foreword, write up, credits & book information, captions and any other text you may add to your photo book.
To do notes: For all the missing tasks, new ideas, and items you need to follow up on.
Chapters folder: With sub-folders for images and text (if applicable) for each chapter of your book.
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