Amanda H  Thanks for sharing how you set it up. Love it  Nov 29, 2010 ~ 5:22pm
Matt  Hi, Karey. I use Finao for my albums and WHCC for my coffee table books. Hope that helps!  Nov 29, 2010 ~ 9:43am
karey  This are beautiful layouts Matt. May I ask what album company you prefer? I have to put together a wedding album for a friend (something that is completely out of my realm,) and am overwhelmed by the choices.  Nov 29, 2010 ~ 9:18am
Toni Albers  Beautiful, Matt. Do you use the canvas photo covers much?  Nov 26, 2010 ~ 4:35pm
Brittani  Awesome look into how you do your designs...so clean and classic! I couldn't agree more about the crisp look being timeless today and in the future. Very nice.  Nov 26, 2010 ~ 3:35pm
Robin McQuay Anderson  After year of experimenting with colors and graphics awhile back, I too, opted for the puest approach to album design. Not only does it have a gallery quality to it but it removes it from the world of scrap booking - a world easily achieved by the clients themselves through countless web sites.  Nov 26, 2010 ~ 11:23am
Robin McQuay Anderson  After year of experimenting with colors and graphics awhile back, I too, opted for the puest approach to album design. Not only does it have a gallery quality to it but it removes it from the world of scrap booking - a world easily achieved by the clients themselves through countless web sites.  Nov 26, 2010 ~ 11:21am
Robin McQuay Anderson  After year of experimenting with colors and graphics awhile back, I too, opted for the puest approach to album design. Not only does it have a gallery quality to it but it removes it from the world of scrap booking - a world easily achieved by the clients themselves through countless web sites.  Nov 26, 2010 ~ 11:20am
Robin McQuay Anderson  After year of experimenting with colors and graphics awhile back, I too, opted for the puest approach to album design. Not only does it have a gallery quality to it but it removes it from the world of scrap booking - a world easily achieved by the clients themselves through countless web sites.  Nov 26, 2010 ~ 11:20am
Dennis Bullock  Great work Matt!  Nov 26, 2010 ~ 11:17am
Daniel Fuentealba  I agree... a clean album drives the eye to the important part... the images.  Nov 26, 2010 ~ 10:55am
Jeff   Really beautiful work Matt. Less really is more.  Nov 26, 2010 ~ 9:44am
Chad Pennington  Matt gives families. "That Wall Stuff" you could hang it up when he's done with it. Good Job HERO  Nov 26, 2010 ~ 8:59am
Rudy  This is great Matt, something i was looking for a long time!  Nov 26, 2010 ~ 6:10am