by Gavin Stoker Published 01/06/2014
Handcrafted Italian album manufacturer Album Epoca offers photographers beautiful books that will offer real added value to your wedding shoots and portrait sessions. Gavin Stoker discovers what makes this album, book and frame manufacturer extra special in a competitive marketplace, and why you might choose its services...
'Italian made' summons up images of romanticism, classicism and, moreover, industry leading design of the highest possible quality. All of these attributes are applicable to Album Epoca, an Italian based provider of albums, books and frames, and one of which many members of The Societies who offer portrait and wedding photography are no doubt already aware from visiting Digital Imaging Roadshows (thedigitalimagingshow.co.uk for upcoming dates).
The company has been going since 2001, when Album Epoca patented its album with continuous page binding on photographic paper and began to propose solutions for page layout that would offer maximum flexibility in terms of usage. It's owned by professional photographic lab Photosi S.p.A. Headquarters are located in Riccione, Italy, where it enjoys a 5,000 square foot production facility with offices and a warehouse, housing 180 employees divided between management, marketing, laboratories, research and development, production and customer care.
Album Epoca's pitch to prospective customer, in the shape of its high perceived value products, may be hard to resist, with attention to detail extending to the packaging as well as the product. With a claimed 20,000 professional photographers among them, Album Epoca also offers a wide range of matching products of all shapes and sizes and custom covers to boot, enabling you to offer clients a consistency in your presentation and branding. Weddings, Family portraits, fashion shoots, sports events, boudoirs and more - whatever the memory you're selling to your client, here is a solution to best suit.
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