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8.5x11 Photo Book

Photo Books Worth A Thousand Words

Are you designing a school yearbook? Looking for a great portfolio book? The 8.5x11 is the perfect size for all of your projects! With countless options, we’re sure to have what you need.

Looking for a Landscape book? See our Portrait 11"x8.5" book. To avoid confusion, we specify all our books in WIDTH x HEIGHT.

8.5"x11"

Imagewrap Photo Book
Imagewrap Photo Book
Saddle Stitch Booklet
Saddle Stitch Booklet
Text Only
Text Only
Book
Pricing Starting at $9.99 Starting at $9.99 Starting at $4.79
Description Our Imagewrap books are acid-free and built to impress with laminated covers that make colors pop and full-bleed images available on every page. Saddle Stitch is the perfect solution for low page counts and pamphlets, plus it's so economical. You'll be happy with the simple life in Saddle Stitch! Our Text-Only books are built to impress. Printed in black and white on the interior, and laminated full color covers sure make this product stand out against the rest!
Pages 20 to 400 4 to 80 20 to 600
Final Dimensions 8.5"x11" 8.5"x11" 8.5"x11"
Upload Dimensions 8.75"x11.25"
2625 x 3375 px
8.75"x11.25"
2625 x 3375 px
8.75"x11.25"
2625 x 3375 px
Paper Type
Cover Hardcover and Softcover Softcover Hardcover and Softcover
Spine Yes No Yes
Production Time Hard: 5-10 business days
Soft: 4-7 business days
4-7 business days Hard: 5-10 business days
Soft: 4-7 business days
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Comments

multiple PDF files to load

by Bev Kebrdle, 28 Nov 2017 (13:09 UTC)
I am making a photo book that I already made individual pages using Apple Pages software on my Mac. I have each page saved as a PDF. How do I upload all of these PDF's and then arrange in an order I prefer? It seems this program only uploads one PDF. How do I bring all of my saved PDF's in to one PDF to upload to your website?

Reproduce old scrapbooks

by alliehop, 05 Jan 2017 (14:15 UTC)
I am trying to turn my old 3 ring binder 8.5x11 scrapbooks into new hard cover books. I am scanning in my pages and pulling them into the new book but it looks like the edge will be cropped off. How do I shrink my image to fit? I don't mind if there is a white border on the page.

Re: Reproduce old scrapbooks

by Lisa Hardie, 17 Jul 2017 (05:41 UTC)
Hi alliehop,
how did your old scrapbook project turn out? I am about to embark on the same project and am wondering how other people have fared.
Thanks,
Lisa

brochure folder

by Pieter Swanepoel, 10 Jan 2013 (03:25 UTC)
How do I create a plain portrait brochure folder / cover in 8.5x11 size

What I need is a cover, a back page and a full spread photo across the inside - like a portrait 85.x11 size folding card?
Thanks
pete

Re: brochure folder

by PrestoPhoto Support, 10 Jan 2013 (15:59 UTC)
Pete,

Greetings from PrestoPhoto!

We do offer cards that are sized as 7x5 you can read all about them here: http://www.prestophoto.com/create/photo-cards

The product we offer with the smallest page count is our 8x10 Saddle-stitched. You can read all about it here: http://www.prestophoto.com/wiki/8x10+Saddle+Stitch+Booklet

If you have any other questions please let us know!

Best,
PrestoPhoto support
support@prestophoto.com

Bleed question

by Dave Buchwald, 16 Nov 2012 (03:36 UTC)
I'm a photographer, and I'm only somewhat acquainted with InDesign and printing. I'm laying out a 8.5x11 hard cover book. What should I have my Top, Bottom, Inside, and Outside bleed set to? Right not I have .125" for each, making it a total of .25" extra in height and width. Is this right? Secondly can you tell me what the approximate spine thickness would be for 200 pages in both Express Printing and Premium Printing?

Thanks so much

Re: Bleed question

by PrestoPhoto Support, 16 Nov 2012 (15:33 UTC)
Dave,

Greetings from PrestoPhoto!

You can read all about InDesign projects at our InDesign help pages here: http://www.prestophoto.com/wiki/Adobe+InDesign+and+PageMaker and here: http://www.prestophoto.com/wiki/Transposed+Bleed+in+the+Gutter

You can read all about Cropping and Bleed here: http://www.prestophoto.com/wiki/Cropping+And+Bleed

If you have any further questions let us know!

Best,
PrestoPhoto support
support@prestophoto.com

Volume/Bulk Pricing Options

by Eric Ehrhardt, 10 Nov 2012 (10:49 UTC)
RE: Hardbound Portrait 8.5x11 Imagewrap (250p)

It is easy to figure the $75+$14.99=$90 total standard one-off cost for this format in 250 pages, but unlike most other Providers, I cannot find a way to estimate bulk pricing prior to committing to the project. What are your break points for quantity (200-2,000), or would any quantity pricing inquiries require contacting Customer Service directly?

Re: Volume/Bulk Pricing Options

by PrestoPhoto Support, 12 Nov 2012 (17:17 UTC)
Eric,

Greetings from PrestoPhoto!

You can view all the products that we offer here at our Product Catalog: http://www.prestophoto.com/wiki/Catalog

We have created a Quick Book Quote that is available to you on this page. This automatically calculates the bulk discount into the the price quote!

All you will need to do is enter in the amount of pages that are in your project, as well as the number of copies of the project you will order.

Then look below, select the appropriate green ratio tab for the product you need, find the binding type and paper type combination that are interested in, and the price quote will be located there for you on the right.

(Note the price - per page will not show a change - to find the amount saved you will need to divide bulk price total that is given to you by the amount of copies you are ordering. Then compare that to the cost of a single book.)

This is a great tool because it allows you to try different combinations in order to find the product and price that best fits your needs!

Best,
PrestoPhoto support
support@prestophoto.com

Cost

by , 12 Sep 2012 (18:27 UTC)
Hello! So the cost for a Custom Imagewrap Hardcover of 100 pages is about $45.00? I imagine this is full color, right?

Thanks!
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