We all want great wedding photography during our big day but how you showcase these gorgeous photos afterward can be challenging. You can always go the dirt cheap and simple route. Places like VistaPrint and Walmart let you create a cheap album for very little. But, I’m guessing you want something that has a little more flair. I was wondering around today and ran into these guys over in the UK that do desginer wedding albums (“Photo Productions” is the name). They have three different styles to choose from to fit any style of wedding:
After uploading your photos our expert graphic designers get to work. Customise as much or as little as you want when ordering and they’ll knit your images into a stunning visual photo book. They do the hard work and it’s all included in the price. Continue reading →
Sheena Ratliff from Lens Flare Photos has amazed me with her talent and photography. I’ve seen her grow over the years into an inspiring Destin, FL wedding photographer. She has an eye for capturing the unfiltered emotion of a moment, the silly laugh, the tender moment, & the true relationship of a couple. Talent bundled with passion creates a photography that can transform any of its subjects into art.
I added a video from her site highlighting one of the military wedding photo shoots she did below. You need to understand that in this area we have a large number of Air Force personnel by being located close to the world’s largest Air Force base (Eglin Air Force Base). She has a gift of working with military couples and understanding the kind of struggles they will face with yearly deployments and long distance relationships. If you are looking for a photographer in the Ft. Walton Beach, Destin, Navarre, Pensacola, FL area I would highly recommend her work.
She also displays her clients work using this cool video software called animoto. It allows her to easily upload a set of pictures, choose a song, a let the software do the rest to create a stunning presentation of her work. What other tools do wedding photographers use to help show a client their portfolio? What are your personal favorites?