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Sponsored Post: Introducing MILK & CREAM Photo Albums for Professionals

By // May 15, 2014 // Posted in Gear & Equipment, Sponsored Post

The internationally renowned publishing design team behind MILK Books has launched MILK & CREAM Professional Membership, a 12-month subscription service that gives photographers exclusive access and prices for a new range of premium unbranded photo albums—the exquisite MILK & CREAM white-labelled albums.

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“At the heart of MILK & CREAM is a deep belief in the enduring beauty and value of beautifully printed objects,” says Geoff Blackwell, founder and CEO of MILK Books. “Books and albums are beautiful tactile objects that have enormous symbolic power and lasting value.” The team at MILK Books recognizes the importance of these objects, and they produce them with a great deal of care.

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PQ Blackwell developed the range with professional photographers and their clients in mind. After years of producing best-selling books for eminent photographers such as Albert Watson, Elliott Erwitt, Platon, Andrew Zuckerman, Tim Flach and Mark Laita, the team understands the importance of flawless photographic reproduction and presentation. This has led to the team winning numerous awards, including the D&AD Professional Awards, PDN Photo Annual Awards and Communications Arts competitions.

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MILK & CREAM albums are elegantly bound in watermarked ivory satin taffeta or black silk. Photos are displayed on a fine bright white silk paper with a refined satin finish. The albums feature quality leather quarter binding, lay flat pages with textured endpapers and two woven ribbon markers, all presented in a beautifully crafted buckram box with a tailored linen protective bag. A range of design options and prices is available to suit the needs of most clients.

Visit MILK & CREAM for more information.

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Jessica Gordon

Jessica Gordon

Jessica Gordon loves discovering new photographers, and learning about historic image-makers who’ve helped evolve the craft. As senior editor for Rangefinder magazine, she’s passionate about clever copy and great design. On the weekends, you can find her biking around Brooklyn and downward dogging in yoga.

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