Photography

Advice for Choosing the Perfect Photos for Your Wedding Album

Advice for Choosing the Perfect Photos for Your Wedding Album

Your wedding album should be a work of art. It should become one of your family’s first heirlooms. Not only should it tell an important story through emotive imagery, just as important, it should be made with the best materials.

You should expect your wedding album to have a limited lifetime guarantee and have a very long image permanence rating. The first thing you should know is that if the album maker is using archival-quality inks and archival-quality papers, you can expect that rating to be 300 years or more.

What Your Wedding Photographer Wants You to Know: Part Two

What Your Wedding Photographer Wants You to Know: Part Two

Last week we heard from our guest blogger, Kaylinn Mayes, Studio Manager of Bend the Light Photography. She had some some great photography tips that you should consider when you create your shot list. Here are a few more tips to get you photo-ready!

What Your Wedding Photographer Wants You to Know: Part One

What Your Wedding Photographer Wants You to Know: Part One

Wedding photos are one of the most important takeaways from your big day. Your photos will be treasured and looked at for many years to come. These moments will most likely be passed down from generation to generation. It is of the utmost important that you hire a photographer you’re not only comfortable with, but can also grasp your vision and style of the type of photos you want. Our guest blogger, Kaylinn Mayes, Studio Manager of Bend the Light Photography, has some great tips to take into consideration when creating your shot list.