Even though the internet is well and truly in full flow, the era of print photo books certainly lives on. This is one of the few tangible items that hasn’t been replaced by a digital alternative – even if some start-up apps have tried to prove otherwise.

However, this isn’t a product where everybody will opt for the same approach. While it might appear quite simple in nature, if one were to move through all of the various photo book options it would start to become clear that the possibilities are endless. Today, we’re going to hone in on one of the most important features, the way in which photos are stored in the book, and show what’s available.

While this might appear to be quite a peripheral feature, it’s something that can make or break your album. If you’ve bought it for the purposes of chopping and changing your photos, certain options are going to be more appropriate than others. Bearing this in mind, let’s take a look at some of the options through the remainder of this guide.

The self-adhesive option

As we’ve just spoken about, some people might want to chop and change their photographs regularly. If you don’t fall into said category, and what to keep your memories permanently in place, a self-adhesive option might suffice.

As the name suggests, this is all about a sticky paper that will attach to your photographs. Once they are in place, a plastic sheet secures them. Sure, some people might be able to maneuver them over time, but in general this is regarded as a permanent option.

The slip-in option

Let’s now take a look at one of the more temporary solutions, and one that tends to be quite popular at the moment. Once again, the name of this concept tells you everything you need to know, with photos merely slipping into pockets. It means that you can keep changing what’s on display and really customize your album.

The photo corner option

If you really are looking for the minimalistic look, photo corners might be your thing. For the third time in succession, the name says it all, with these simply defined as corners that attach to your album. This is probably the most temporary solution on the page as the photos just slide into and out of the corners to make moving them a breeze.

Of course, this is a solution that also screams out temporary, so perhaps isn’t as aesthetically pleasing as others. Additionally, it might be tricky to place photos at an angle in the album if that’s what you are looking to achieve.

The peel and stick option

While the previous approach might not emphasize professionalism, this next one certainly does. Albums of the peel and stick nature are covered in self-adhesive glue, meaning that you just reel back the plastic and place your photo in snugly. It’s very much a permanent solution, so this should be taken into account as well.