The essential technique of our binding method uses warp-resistant cold press adhesive sheets to adhere the pages of your album.
This method is unaffected by humidity and climate change and is not prone to discoloration,
which are the main faults of the heat-pressing binding system used by other album manufacturers.
In addition, our particular approach allows us to build your album in any size and any dimension you prefer, up to 18 inches square.
Conventional paper products slowly degrade over time, primarily because of the acid that naturally exists in paper.
Enso Albums prints strictly on acid-free archival matte paper, which will not yellow or turn brittle with age,
and is designed to permanently hold ink and color at their optimum clarity.
Furthermore, the gutter at the center of the spread is nearly invisible when the book is open,
allowing for dramatic panoramic and full-bleed images that are uninterrupted by slits or creases.
Enso Albums offers a lamination technique that is a new benchmark in the industry, and is something found solely in our binding process.
Traditional laminate is either a liquid application or an inflexible material with a glossy sheen;
however, we use a modern variant that has a soft feel, a pliant structure, and the unique ability to accentuate the visual details of your photographs.
The colors are richer, the highlights are more defined, and most importantly, the album spreads are protected from scratches, spills, ink transfer, and similar damage that would normally ruin archival paper.
This allows clear liquids, such as water, to bead and wipe cleanly from the surface.