album season

Its that time of year again! The time where shooting slows down, and album design picks up like crazy! My clients finally have a little time to go through all their images over the holidays, and so by January 1st I turn into an album designing machine. I’m so thrilled with how this first round has turned out! Leather Craftsmen is my most faithful album company and the only one I would trust with my clients images. These aren’t just photo books, these are albums that your grandchildren will love looking through. Whenever I go to my grandparents house i could literally spend all afternoon looking through old photos and asking them to tell me about each one, and I always keep that in mind as I’m shooting someones wedding and especially as I encourage couples to invest in an album! You want to have something sturdy, beautiful, and timeless to pass down and preserve your most precious memories and thats exactly what you get when you invest in one of these albums! On top of that, its the best way to show off your favorite wedding photos in one place without having to sit at the computer and sort through hundreds of pictures to find the best ones! I could go on and on (and on!) about how much I love these albums and how worth the investment they are, but I thought I’d show you instead! Now that I know my clients have received their albums, I can show them to the rest of the world! ;0)

First up is a new sample album from Brittany and Kenny’s wedding! This is a 50 page 10×10 album with the designer cedar leather choice and modern black font: looks pretty good sitting on my coffee table, huh?!? here’s a little size comparison just so you can see between an 8×8 34 page album and the 10×10 50 page album: Linda and Justin opted for a rustique black leather 8×8 34 page album with branded font: look how thick each page is: Kevin and Sarah’s 8×8 36 page album has the distressed brown leather option and Old English font:
Another sample album I’m excited to show off! I designed Jennifer and Jason’s album using an ivory cover treatment: Matt and Lauren’s 10×10 50 page book shows what an outset cover image looks like, as well as designer mahogany leather option and modern font:As always you can go to my website and click on “featured album” to see full album page spreads! :0)

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  1. Oscar Rajo

    March 14th, 2011 at 1:50 pm

    Jessica, your work and your albums are classy and incredible. Congratulations!! Do you design your albums??

  2. Jessie

    March 14th, 2011 at 4:09 pm

    Hi Oscar! Thank you so much! :0) Yes I did all the album designs myself! I love getting to work with my clients to make their albums exactly how they want it!

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