Friday, October 17, 2008

The Wedding Album

A wedding photographer would eat up about 15 to 20% of your budget and more if you get a renowned one. You definitely have to get the best photographer around and make sure the he delivers.

I have some friends who have been married for more than 2 years now and have not received their wedding album. They do have digital copies of their wedding photos, but despite frequent follow-ups with their wedding photographer they have not received their album. Because of this I asked the advise of my wedding photographer-friends and they said that my friends had the misfortune of hiring those suppliers and just have to be adamant about having their albums finally delivered. My wedding supplier friends also mentioned that you could actually hire a photographer for his services alone and just have your album printed by yourself.

I did some research and found out that there are several suppliers you could work with to print your wedding album.

1. Picture Books - you can lay-out the album by yourself by downloading the software or work with them through any of their six braches. "Books" are available in small, medium, large or extra-large, softcover or hardcover. Prices range from PhP250 to PhP2,795.

2. Printed Matter - the options for album printing is a bit limited since they just designed it to be a "signature album", but still an option nonetheless.

3. Fuljifilm - album sizes range from 4 x 6 to 12 x 12 and printed on hard cardboard-photo-paper. Prices range from PhP980 to PhP3,900.

Here's a book I had printed with Picture Books recently -

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