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10x10 Photo Book

10x10's are an affordable option that fit easily on most bookshelves!


Imagewrap Hardcover

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Our image-wrap hardback book displays your full cover images on the front and back of your book.

The Imagewrap cover is recommended to hold between 20 and 300 pages, but is capable of up to 400 pages.

If you are uploading single images (layouts) to a photo gallery and using the Book Designer you can upload any size square image. Just try to make it as close to 10"x10" (or your preferred book size) as possible and the bookmaking software will do the rest for you.
10x10 Bound Photo Book Specifications
Product FamilySquare Photo Books
Min/Max Pages: 20 to 400*
Interior PaperPhoto Silk
Final Dimensions10"x10" (25.5x25.5cm)
PDF Upload Dimensions10.25"x10.25" (26x26cm)
Production Time5-10 business days


  • For best results, the page count should be less than 300. Binding may not hold up well for books with 300 pages or more.

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Hardcover Material Wrap with embossed front cover image

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The 10x10 is a hardcover perfect bound book that displays your selected 3.5x3.5 digital image affixed to the cover. It has three different case materials available for the cover in a variety of colors.
  • Suede
  • Leather
  • Linen

If you are uploading single images (layouts) to a photo gallery and using the Book Designer, you can upload any size square image. Just try to make it as close to 12"x12" (or your preferred book size) as possible and the bookmaking software will do the rest for you.
10x10 Bound Photo Book Specifications
Product FamilySquare Photo Books
Min/Max Pages: 24 to 400*
Interior PaperPhoto Silk
Final Dimensions10"x10" (254x254mm)
PDF Upload Dimensions10.25"x10.25" (260x260mm)
Cover BindingMaterial Wrap
SpineBlack Suede (no text)
Production Time5-10 Business Days


  • For best results, the page count should be less than 300. Binding may not hold up well for books with 300 pages or more.

Create this book



Comments

440 pages -- REALLY?

by Julie Payne, Sat 05 of Nov, 2011 (06:28 UTC)
Good morning. I have made several of your 10x10 books and I was under the impression that they only held 120 pages. Can they really hold up to 440 pages?

Thanks!! - Julie

Re: 440 pages -- REALLY?

by PrestoPhoto Support, Mon 07 of Nov, 2011 (20:49 UTC)
Greetings, Julie!

Technically, yes, it can hold up to 440 pages, but we do not recommend it. Usually the binding doesn't hold up very well, causing some pages to fall out. If you have a book over 300 pages, we highly recommend creating 2 separate books.

PrestoPhoto Support

10x10 Image Wrap Cover AND Book Uploading Process AND Two-Page Spreads

by Tim O'Keefe, Thu 01 of Jul, 2010 (11:03 UTC)
Hi PrestoPhoto . 3 questions here...

1) I see that you have an image wrapped cover available for the 8.5x8.5 and 12x12 hardcover books, but not the 10x10 hardcover book. Is that available? If not, are there any plans to introduce it? If so, when and how much can I expect it to be?

2) If I am using another program to layout my pages (Photoshop), do I still need to download and use the PrestoPhoto book designer program? I have the bleed areas and image size all set up.

3) Do I have the option to format and upload my images as only single pages or can I create my images wider and upload a 2-page spread?

THANKS! Tim

Re: 10x10 Image Wrap Cover AND Book Uploading Process AND Two-Page Spreads

by PrestoPhoto Support, Thu 01 of Jul, 2010 (15:39 UTC)
Tim,

Greetings from PrestoPhoto and thanks for your interest.

I'm sorry to say that we don't have an imagewrap cover for the 10x10.

We prefer one complete PDF or separate .jpg files. We recommend your images be at 300 dpi.

For all our trim sizes we recommend you make the cover images as well as the interior page images 1/4" larger than your book size. For example if you plan to create an 8.5x11 book the cover image as well as interior pages would be 8.75x11.25 (at 300 dpi).

Most importantly, keep all important items (people, heads, text,borders) away from the outer 1/2" on all sides.

Here is a page that may help
http://www.prestophoto.com/wiki/index.php?structure_id=303

We trim 1/8" on all sides and just keep in mind an 1/8" is a greater percentage of the book for our mini books than it is for say an 8.5x11 book. In other words 1/8" is a greater percentage of 5" than it is of 8.5". Does that make sense?

Here is a link to our page about 2-page spreads that may help: http://www.prestophoto.com/photos/gallery/11323

As a note, for all of our books the first interior page prints on the right, regardless of whether or not it displays on the right or left in the preview. The first interior page will always print on the right.

If you have other questions or if I missed something let me know and I'll do my best to help.

PrestoPhoto support