It is my belief that photographs don’t really exist digitally.
When you see a photograph on a screen, you’re really looking at a digital file. A digital file that is liable to being deleted, corrupted and eventually, being made redundant due to advancing technology.
Sure, the jpeg file has been around now for 25 years and has come leaps and bounds along the way. But there will come a day when technology will pass it by for something better.
The same goes for USB sticks. Merely 5 years ago, I was providing all my wedding clients with a CD-ROM of their wedding photos. These days, you would struggle to find a home computer with one installed. How long until the USB goes the same way as the CD/DVD drive? Arguably, the ship might already be sailing, with the the latest MacBook jettisoning the USB port in favour for something smaller.
With all these technological advancements over the years, it has become my firm belief that the only way to properly safeguard your photos is to have them printed in some tangible form.
The very essence of my photography is to document; to tell the story of your day with unique and beautiful images. So naturally the best approach to capture the memorable moments of your day is to have them all collated into a book, from the preparation to the first dance.
And naturally, you want this book to be a keepsake that you can both look back on and potentially hand down to future generations too.
For these reasons, I generally encourage my clients to take out an option with a wedding album as part of their package. My main supplier for these albums is Sim Imaging and the quality of their albums really is second to none.
If you’re interested in booking me for your wedding and would like an album, feel free to get in touch for a quote.
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I shoot a maximum of 30 weddings a year, with key days booking up quickly. So please contact me with plenty of time to see if your date is available.
To discuss your wedding, get in touch with Colin D Miller Photography today.