In our FB group of wedding photographers we are quite happy with the introduction of layflat paper. I can tell you, pretty much all of us order blurb books for their clients with linen cover and proline uncoated paper. Nobody would order printed hardcover for their clients. If there is a possibility to combine Linen cover, the proline uncoated paper and layflat this would be a dream for many of us. Keep up the good work. we love your books.
Layflat Feature Requests
With the release of our new Standard Layflat paper, we'd love to hear your feedback and ideas! Please let us know what you think and if there are any additional features you'd like made available. While we cannot promise that every feature request will be added, we greatly appreciate your insight.
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I would love for the layflat books to be available for Amazon cross-selling/publication! I don't know if this is not an option because Amazon does not have this printing capability? - but it would be fantastic!
Love this new feature — have waited for it for a long time. I do, however, have a couple of small requests for further down the road, with the idea that perfection is always something worth striving for. I'd like to see a full dust-jacket option, complete with jacket flaps with an option for both text and photos on both front and back jacket flaps. Also, and I hate to sound greedy — but since that's what this forum is for and why we're all here — I'd like to eventually see a boost in added pages beyond the current 110 pages. I appreciate that would probably involve an upgrade in binding equipment at Blurb's end, but still, one of Blurb's greatest features is its 200-page count with Proline Pearl paper and 400 pages with standard paper — way more than any other online DIY bookmaker I've come across. Still, for now, love the layflat add-on. Thank you!
These are all great ideas! Thank you for posting your layflat feedback. I'll continue to pass these along to the rest of the Blurb team. 🙌
Will the lay flat books ever offer more than one choice of paper? I've read too many reviews that pan the only paper choice right now. Maybe??