• Big and Bold! A3 Print Portfolio For Commercial Photographer Tom Barnes

February 28, 2017

For those counting, this is our fourth presentation print portfolio for photographer Tom Barnes. Never a man for wanting the ordinary (mind you his last one was tame by his standards) The yellow and black are part of Tom’s new corporate identity.

Rather than our standard matt black, Tom wanted a gloss black foil for his logo, also there was a slipcase involved too, which again wasn’t standard, it had to be accessible from the top as opposed to the side.

Luckily for Tom we messed up the foiling for his logo on this, which meant we had to replace this top loading slip case idea, only this time he decided to stick to the conventional side opening slip box.

We’re lucky people, Tom see’s hundreds of people a year with his work and chooses us to make his portfolios, for which we are very grateful.

If you are an aspiring portrait photographer and you haven’t already, have a click on his website here (portrait photographer) and have a look - he’s very good!

photographer tom barnes portfolio book custom made by hartnack and co

We have a guide to ordering a photography portfolios which hopefully should be of some help, which can be found here
Also, to see more examples photography portfolio books and boxes, go to our gallery page here




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