Hello and welcome.
A wedding album is much more than a book of photographs. It’s a memento of a special day in a couple’s lives. A historical document marking the union of two families. An heirloom to be passed down the generations.
A lot of people get married these days and receive a USB of photographs from their photographer. That’s great – but when the USB is technologically redundant, how are your children and grandchildren going to look at the photos of one of the happiest days of your life? Many photographers don’t want the ‘hassle’ of offering albums. Or you married abroad, and a disc of photos was the only option. Fine. This is where I can help.
I started photographing weddings over a decade ago, and still do, and have always offered wedding albums to my couples. Simply because I believe that nothing can match the impact of looking at printed photographs. No matter how big your computer screen or tablet is, it just can’t match up to holding a beautifully printed photograph in your hand, turning the pages of a handmade album, reliving the day as if it happened yesterday.
This is technology that won’t die. A quality, handmade wedding album will last for decades if looked after properly. It really is something to pass on to the grandkids.
So, if you’ve recently married and are in possession of a USB of wedding photos, or have received them by download, then I really do think we should talk.