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Bob Books

£39 / 26 pages, Landscape (28 x 21cm)

1 BOB’S photo book boasts a crisp binding and a printed gloss hardback cover that’s unmatched for colour vibrancy, sharpness and dynamic range.

We opted for Lustre Photographic pages with a lay-flat binding. This costs a reasonable £9 over a 26-page Classic hardback book, and it’s well worth it. The 300gsm paper weight feels more like card, and the lustre finish is sheer class.

Then there’s Bob’s print process, which is a cut above all but Loxley’s. There’s no sign of individual ink droplets, and images are the sharpest here. Colours are

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