Wednesday, 26 February 2014

Albums Explained...

Although I offer disc / memory stick only packages and am happy to produce those packages if that is what you require , I am a fan of albums. Because I photograph weddings in a reportage , story telling style I think they look great in an album and long after your wedding serve as a permanent and lasting reminder of your special day which can be looked at by future generations long after todays technology has moved on.

I don't have albums made abroad in countries such as Italy or New Zealand I have them made right here in England as I believe in supporting a British workforce.

Package 1 and 11 - The Printed Paper Coffee Table Book.

This is a press printed book.

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Package 2 and 12 - The photographic paper Coffee Table Book.

This is very much like the printed paper coffee table book in design but is made of much thicker photographic quality paper and lays flat.

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Package 3 and 13 - The Digital Album
This album comes in 3 sizes, A4, 14 x 10 and 16 x 12, is available with either matt or gloss photographic quality pages and a range of covers including leather, photographic and acrylic.
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Package 4 and 14 - The Combination album
This a matted album which is a combination between a book and a traditional album in that it has full page pictures and pages with smaller pictures in mounts. This also has different cover options including leather, acrylic and photo covers.
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The Non Album Package
A beautiful wooden presentation case complete with USB of either 150 or 300 images and 100 6 x 4 prints chosen from your online gallery.
I hope this gives you a little idea of the albums I produce but of course I would prefer to meet with you in person and show you these albums in person and discuss a package that is right for you. Please get in touch if you would like to discuss packages and see more natural photography....

Friday, 21 February 2014

Neil and Catherine - Great Ayton

Catherine is one of 3 brides I photographed last year who are friends of Jemma whose wedding I photographed a couple of years ago and it was so nice of her to recommend me.
Neil and Catherine are both from Great Ayton so it was only natural that they would marry in the local church and have pictures below Roseberry Topping before moving on to a marquee reception at Swan House.







Congratulations Neil and Catherine x