It’s here! It’s here! My first layflat album is here!
I had hoped to have this in time for the Regina Wedding Expo, however, it takes a while to make these beautiful layflat albums. This is a 40 side (page) layflat album – the maximum size I can make. A 20 side (page) album is standard with all my weddings with my current packages. Adding the additional pages will be an option.
This wedding was themed in a 1930s gangster era, and was shot at the Chapel Gallery and Western Development Museum in North Battleford.
You may notice a bit of a bright shimmer on some of the pages, depending on the lighting. That’s because it appears to be a form of metallic print. Very nice.
This album is produced by the professional lab that I am associated with – Technicare. (www.technicare.ca)
The album will be available for viewing at my friend Trina’s floral shop in Estevan – A Loving Touch. Her Facebook page can be found at http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=519483180&ref=ts
I am loading a few shots on here now, but for a gallery of the whole ablum, go to my main website here:
I can’t wait to do more of these. I plan on doing one for my Harley Davidson photography and perhaps another with my family photography in the coming months.