PhotographyLife

This feature is looking at possibly one of the most overlooked elements of wedding photography and that’s what to do with your photographs after your wedding. This is the final step in the process and there are so many ways you can share your beautiful images with friends and family to make sure your memories last a lifetime.

1. Your Album 

An impeccably designed and made wedding album is a very special thing. It’s something wonderfully tangible to show to friends and family and it’s so much more impactful than passing round your phone or laptop. Your album can also become a treasured heirloom, something you’ll share with your nearest and dearest for decades to come.

I use the internationally renowned Queensberry albums for my clients and often recommend 10×10 or 12×12 albums so that you can really see the best in your UK or destination wedding photography. You’ve also got a range of options for cover materials and colours and lots of my couples bring their wedding day colour palette to their albums.

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