I've just finally begun offering wedding albums to clients. I've started with a few discount orders for clients who are also friends or friends of friends with the mutual understanding that I'm still ironing out the details of this part of my business. Right now I'm working on some parent albums. They're 6x9" Miller's albums, which look great. But I'm having a little difficulty deciding how to orient them. The parent albums include 20 prints and I have a mix of horizontal and vertical prints to use (selected by the parents). In the interest of keeping the parent albums affordable, I've made it clear that I'm not custom designing pages for each album. It's one picture per page. But, therein lies the problem. I don't want to shrink images and I don't want to severely crop images. I'd like them to see as much as they can as largely as they can. So, Is it bad etiquette for the client to have to turn the album sideway to see the images correctly? So far that seems like the best option I can come up with. This solution really violates my sense of design. But if it's how the industry does things, I'll be okay with it. So, I'd love to get the community's input.