Printed photographs, in my opinion, are the best way in which to receive your images. Although I offer digital packages too, many of my wedding couples and portrait clients love having physical hard copies of their images, which really makes their moments come alive again. Wouldn’t you love to have an image on display in your warm cosy home to remind you of those magical moments every so often?
The first ever wedding I photographed as a solo photographer was both nerve-racking and exciting. The couple were fun and generally pretty awesome to be around (shout out to Tim and Laurie). This couple have stayed in touch with me since their wedding and tell me how they like to get their wedding images out on every anniversary of their special day. They like to relive the day and remind themselves of the love and laughter that surrounded them on their wedding day. What great way to celebrate your anniversary!
My albums and individual prints are printed on a matted fine art card/paper, which gives a stunning colour result, detail and feel to the images.
Here’s a few images of my albums:
They come with a thick protective duster bag
They are beautifully bind by hand
They are placed in a lovely presentation box
Your names will be embossed in 22 carat gold on the front of the album
The cover is made from beautiful genuine leather
The albums are “lay-flats”. This means the pages are bound in a special way so no matter what page you’ve opened up, the book will always “lay flat” with an almost invisible middle.
This means images can be printed into the middle of the book with no distortion. Your images are printed on Fine Art cotton paper. The best finish for printed photographs in my opinion. It really makes the colours pop like no other. (Please note, the image of the couple in this album is not mine, its a sample)
Each album comes with a little “TLC Guide”. This outlines how to care for your album. With the right care, my albums are made to last a lifetime.
Others like to have some main images printed to frame around their homes, which they glance across at in a moment of calm and they are reminded of their special moments. How wonderful to stop for a moment during a busy day and just remember that beautiful moment you shared with loved ones.
Here’s a short (and very shaky) video I made of some of my more recent weddings and beautiful individual prints :)
If you’re stuck between wondering if you should purchase a digital package or an album/printed photograph package, I really do hope this helps you to decide.
All the very best,
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