8.3x11.7 Photo Book

Photo Books Worth A Thousand Words

Also known as the A4 size, this is another classic Portrait size. Whether you’re creating a magazine, publishing your own book, or just want to compile your childhood memories, this size is a great fit!

8.3"x11.7" Custom Printed Softcover Photo Books
8.3x11.7 Imagewrap Softcover Photo Book with Matte 120 Photo Paper Matte 120 Photo Paper
Binding Style Imagewrap Softcover Matte 120 Photo Paper
Description Matte 120 paper is lightweight, uncoated and ideal for 8.3"x11.7" Imagewrap Softcover Book that is text heavy with colorful photos.
Price Starting at $9.99 Based on 20 Page Book Binding: $4.99 Per Page: $0.25
Pages 7 to 600
Final Dimensions 8.3” x 11.7”
PDF Dimensions 8.55” x 11.95” 2565px x 3585px
Production Time 4-7 Business Days
Interior Pages Full Color
Spine Yes




by Han, 01 Oct 2012 (17:09 UTC)

Do you offer hardcover for A4 size book??
I am doing a school project. I really wanna print a big size vertical book with hardcover.
Do you have solution for me?


Re: Hardcover

by PrestoPhoto Support, 02 Oct 2012 (14:10 UTC)

Greetings from PrestoPhoto!

Depending on your needs our Seamless Layflat book might be a good fit for you: http://www.prestophoto.com/wiki/Seamless+Layflat+Photo+Book The pages lay flat so you have the option of printing either Portrait or Landscape with this book, and the quality of the print is incredible!!

We do not currently offer the hardcover option for the A4 in Hardcover, however you can look at all of our portrait options at our Product Catalog here: http://www.prestophoto.com/wiki/Catalog simply click the Portrait 3:4 and the Portrait 2:3 to review!

PrestoPhoto support


by Louis, 29 Jul 2010 (16:51 UTC)
HI just reviewing my math for this particular size book.
$4.99 + 25¢ per page. Does page refer to sheet? If not does it mean each side?
Based on your information, 30 pages would cost a total of $12.49?

Re: Pricing

by PrestoPhoto Support, 29 Jul 2010 (17:39 UTC)

Greetings from PrestoPhoto and thanks for your interest.

1 sheet of paper has *two* pages. Just like a novel, each side of a piece of paper is a page. Divide max pages above by 2 to get max sheets of paper.

If you have any other questions please let us know!

PrestoPhoto support