If you are a photographer, and you just want a simple inexpensive album without compromising an inch on quality, the RAD Base albums are made for you. Many professional Photographers include these photo-books in their basic packages. 

Traditionally developed om Fuji’s special matte album paper, lay-flat binding, perfect colour reproduction combined with a matte soft touch photo-cover results in a beautiful product which is easy to sell to your clients!

Please read our recommendations further down the page how to get the  most out of your RAD Base album!

Here are the net prices for the minimum amount of spreds, plus cost for extra spreads.
(The 13×13 cost 18,95 € regardless if you order 6 or 12 spreads).

You have 8 sizes to choose from:

RAD Base 10x10 =  7,80 € (min 10 max 40 spreads). Extra spread 0,48 €
RAD Base 13x13 = 18,95 € (min  6 max 50 spreads). Extra spread 0,95 €
RAD Base 20x20 = 27,80 € (min 12 max 50 spreads). Extra spread 1,20 €
RAD Base 25x25 = 42,45 € (min 12 max 50 spreads). Extra spread 1,60 € 
RAD Base 30x30 = 44,90 € (min 12 max 50 spreads). Extra spread 2,00 €
RAD Base 20x30 = 33,20 € (min 12 max 50 spreads). Extra spread 1,80 €
RAD Base 30x20 = 33,20 € (min 12 max 50 spreads). Extra spread 1,80 €
RAD Base 40x30 = 66,60 € (min 12 max 36 spreads). Extra spread 3,40 €

VAT and shipping will be added and shown in the shoppingbasket before you order.

Tips & Tricks for the RAD Base photo-books:

We strongly advise you to avoid dark pictures on the cover, please use bright pictures and light colours instead! 

The Rad Base photo-books have a very nice soft touch matte cover. This cover is one of the reasons that these books are different from your normal „consumer book“. But please remember that the combination of a matte cover and black/dark colours close to the spine is a very bad idea!

Sooner or later the protecting outer sheet will show some wear, small air bubbles will show. These result in white marks on the spine. When the cover is dark it is easy to spot the problem, when you use light colours instead it is very hard to notice.
We are not replacing books if this defect shows up, because the problem will reoccur.

Here is a creative example how to design a nice cover:

 

 

 

 

Be careful not to over-sharpen the pictures which you intend to use in your photo-book! The developing machines are tuned in to produce crisp pictures and it is very easy that you over-sharpen your pictures. This is an essential rule that applies to all traditionally developed books and is especially true for pictures taken with high ISO!

We suggest you to place an empty spread in the beginning and at the end in order to get nice end-sheets in your book!

Even if no information is lost in the gutter, we recommend you not to place any faces – especially no eyes – exactly in the fold.