Mario Acerboni Album Page Guide.

This guide will hopefully guide you through the different page systems used in Mario Acerboni Albums and help you to decide which system you require. 

Digital Storybook Album System

These albums have pages that are made from quality photographic papers which are then put into order according to your design, trimmed and bound into album of your choice. See movie below...........

 


Mario Acerboni New Slip-in System

The slip in system was invented by Mario Acerboni Album and is very easy and versatile to put together. Simply attach the prints to the overlay with adhesive tape and then slide the overlay into the page opening. Remember that square format albums allow both portrait or landscape orientation. Composite images can be used instead of overlays if required. Best of all.. the design of the pages protects your printed image from rubbing against one another hence prolonging the life! See image below........

 


Mario Acerboni Pano Slip In System

This Mario Acerboni Slip In system is very similar to the standard one in so far as it is possible to use a limited range of overlays or slide a single or composite image into the book. It is sized at 18x10" to allow for fabulous panoramic and group shots. See movie below........


 


Fashion Lux Album System

This new concept allows you to choose the page colour for your album from blue, chocolate, ivory, fuscia, red, orange, green and violet, These albums can be configured using the Customisation Wizard to have the cover colour and page colour to your choice. There are a number of sizes available and all use the Mario Acerboni slip-in system to mount your images. See movie below...............

 


Mario Acerboni Classic Leaf System

One of the original leaf systems in album history. Apply adhesive to your prints and apply them in any fashion to the album leaf. A tissue interleaf protects prints when placing them back to back on the leaves. This classic system also allows you to add extra items such as cards, invitations etc. see image below...............