background photobook

When designing a photobook, it is essential to choose the right background color. If your album is intended to convey romantic feelings and reassert the idea of eternal love, a neutral color may be appropriate. This is because neutral colors can act as a grounding element, while bright, primary colors can overwhelm the photographs. Shades of gray, black, and brown are all suitable undertones, while a lighter background can accentuate the images.

The right background can make or break a photobook. Choosing a background that works with the photographs you have chosen will tie the pages together and make them more attractive. But it is important to remember that the background should not compete with the images. Use patterns and textures that have low to medium contrast. Ensure the colours of the background match the colour palette of the images, so that they don’t overpower the pages. The right colour will make the book look more cohesive.


Choosing a background is easy. To do this, open the page you want to add to your photo book and click the Background tab. From there, click Use Photo as Background. A gray photo box will appear on the background of the page. You can also use sliders to lighten or darken the photo, or crop the image to add effects. After you’ve selected your photo, click the background photo to make any changes or cropping necessary.


A photobook is a work of art that conveys a story. In this way, it differs from a simple collection of photos. It has an aesthetic purpose and requires work from a graphic designer and photographer. In a photobook, images dominate over the text. However, if you’re making a photobook to showcase a collection of images, you can use a variety of binding alternatives, including acetate and giclee.