A guide to photobook sizes

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A guide to photobook sizes

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Our Photobooks and Photobooklets are available in various sizes.

You can refer to our guide to product prices to see how each option affects the price of your books.

You can change the cover type or change the size at any point prior to placing your order.

 

Note Photobooks are a minimum of 20 pages. Photobooklets are a minimum of 12 pages. You can find out more information on minimum and maximum number of pages in photobooks.

 

Hardback Photobooks

Our Hardback Photobooks feature a durable 2.9mm cover. They're a hard-wearing, eye-catching, premium product.

There are six size options available:

Format Size Dimensions
Landscape Medium
Large
Extra Large
20cm x 15cm
27cm x 21cm
35cm x 26cm
Square Medium
Large
Extra Large
15cm x 15cm
20cm x 20cm
30cm x 30cm

Softcover Photobooks

Softcover Photobooks are a great option, featuring a softer, less rigid cover with a flexible spine.

There are four size options available:

Format Size Dimensions
Landscape Medium
Large
20cm x 15cm
27cm x 21cm
Square Medium
Large
15cm x 15cm
20cm x 20cm

Photobooklets

Photobooklets are lightweight and flexible, with a slim cover. They don't have a spine due to the way they're bound. Photobooklets are ideal as inexpensive gifts, or to capture life's little moments.

There are two size options:

Format Size Dimensions
Landscape Medium
Large
21cm x 15cm
30cm x 21cm

Bear in mind

  • Your Photobook title will printed on the spine of your Photobooks; however, as Photobooklets don't have a spine, on that product the title will only appear on the cover.
  • Pages are printed on 200gsm paper, with a thickness of 0.17mm. You have the option to change the paper finish when designing your books.

Image quality 

The quality of your photos might be affected by the size of the Photobook.

All Popsa Photobooks are printed using high-definition (2400 dpi) equipment. This will make high-quality photos appear super sharp, but will exaggerate any flaws in low-quality photos.

You can use our guide to print quality scores to avoid issues with this. If you're including low-scoring photos in your design, you can select a template with smaller image sizes, or opt for a smaller book as this may help.

 

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