BRISBANE WEDDING ALBUM
PINK LEATHER COVER & GOLD EMBOSSING
After photographing a couple’s wedding, I love when we get to put those photos into a wedding album.
For me, photos truly are at their best when printed. There is something about the quality of a print, especially on a matte fine art paper, that just truly brings out texture and soul in a photo, that you just don’t experience when looking at images on a glossy screen.
You don’t even need for it to be a big album to be beautiful. My favourite album is a 10×10 – big enough to hold comfortably in your hands without it feeling like you are carrying a ton of bricks, yet you can still carry it around to show off to your family and friends.
It doesn’t even have to be lots of pages. The smallest album we can produce is 15 spreads (30 pages) and the biggest album is 45 spreads (90 pages). I would recommend at least 25 spreads (50 pages) to tell the important parts of the story. Ive recently just updated my wedding photography packages to include a 25 spread (50 page) album, that way you know when booking that wedding photography & album package, you wont have to spend another dollar out of your wedding budget on your album.
With Zac & Steph’s wedding album, featured in this post, it’s just 17 spreads (34 pages) of their favourite wedding photos from their wedding day. To view their Brisbane wedding at St Mary’s Church in Kangaroo Point …
For Zac & Steph’s album, as always the colours of the wedding inspire the album cover. We’ve pulled the pink from the bride’s bouquet and bridesmaids dresses, as well as the pink tones in the sunset from the first spread as you open the album, for the leather cover with a gold embossing.
Check out Zac & Steph’s album design for yourselves …
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