Local wedding photographers are embracing
this new technology.
Local wedding photographer Sean Cayton of Cayton photography says of the new concept: “ It's not your parent's wedding album. It's different, and because it's different it appeals to the bride and groom looking for something really unique and special to showcase their wedding pictures. It also offers us the opportunity to graphically design our albums in-house, allowing us more creative control in the process. That's important to us, because we can tailor each album to each client in a very unique way. ''
Lee Craker of Storyteller Weddings Says: “It is the perfect way to visually tell the story of the wedding in an album. I love the attention to detail that can be given in designing the pages, and it's nice to present the couple with an heirloom for a lifetime of enjoyment and memories."
Ryan Kercher of Black Forest Photography reports: "Since we are still 'analog capture', (film) photographers, the process is more labor intensive than the album building workflow we are used to, mainly from the layout area of production. The huge advantage it does afford however, is the ability to give us complete control over the creativity of the album without limiting us to the standard 'cookie cutter' mats offered by most album manufacturers. The look and feel of the flush mount albums are in a class by themselves and we have found that very few of our customers are on the fence about the concept. They either love them, or stick to the traditional style albums, but the bottom line is that it is yet another wonderful way that we can be flexible and offer our customers a product that reflects their style & taste."