Wedding albums coming and going thick and fast at the moment and one of the latest to head out the door was from Heather & Chris’ wedding day at Altskeith House last December, which was to be my first visit there and what a stunning location it was on the banks of Loch Ard :-).
Such is the range of materials and colours available these days, Heather & Chris dropped by the home office/studio one evening in July to look though all the options and make their choices, making full use of the lab’s new material swatch box.
For their album, the guys chose one of Graphistudio’s “Original Wedding Books” and opted for the popular “crystal glance” cover complete with a lilac leather binding. This was all topped off by a complementing design box in silver and lilac linen.
A lot of work goes into the designing and preparation of an album prior to it being sent off for printing. All in, I can easily spend around a day and a half with the selection of the images, the initial design, making any changes the couple want and then finally, what I call my “signature” editing process on all the pictures contained within the album to make them look their absolute best for printing.
You can probably tell that I’m a big big fan of wedding albums and I absolutely love to see your wedding pictures displayed in this way :-). Of course, I’m biased, but I do believe that I’m partnered with the best album company in the world, Graphistudio from Italy, used by the majority of top professional wedding photographers worldwide. Check these out…there’s so many ways in which the album can be customised in terms of covers, back & spines, boxes, colours etc, that apparently there are about 4 million different combinations in total!
Graphistudio also have a policy of “vetting” photographers that they wish to be partnered with, so you can be assured that you’re getting an album that just isn’t available to a large majority…how unique is that!
Anyway, here’s a few images of the actual album, along with the proof design for all of the pages.
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