Every album is different. Why should you use the same typeface for all? With version 3.3.0 came the improved font stacks to Turtle, and with 3.3.1 you can even choose a unique headline font for page titles. I will explain how these fonts work in your albums.
Base Font families
These fonts come from the visitor’s PC. If the browser can’t find the designated font, it will try to find a similar (the next in the “font stack”). Some 27 fonts are available as global (base) fonts. This font selection will be valid for the whole album, that is for every text. (Besides the headline, see later). Therefore it is essential to use a font that’s available on the visitor’s PC, in order the page loaded as quickly as can. Here is the list:
Goudy Old Style
For the headline (page title) you can choose to keep with the base font or use another one. You can even use web fonts that come from Google Web Fonts. These fonts are open source so you can use them in any project: private or commercial. Please note, using a web font can make the page load a bit slower. Also these fonts are not available on Internet Explorer 7 and 8 (will fall back to the base font). Internet Explorer 9 will not display web fonts in local view due to security restrictions, but will be fine when uploaded. Here are the fonts you can use (above the base fonts):
Fridericka the Great
IM Fell English
La Belle Aurore
Loved by the King
Mountains of Christmas
Shadows Into Light
I hope you will find the one that match best your album.