A couple of weeks ago I said I would write a Schtuff Blog about the choice of buying a Wedding Album or alternatively a Hi-Res DVD, or maybe in some circumstances both. There is no doubt that there is a trend, especially with younger people, to choose a DVD instead of a Wedding Album. I can understand why this is happening as the younger generation of today are not using books to anything like the degree that I did when I was in my teens. So should a Cumbria Wedding Photographer such as myself say nothing and just get on with it? Todays generation are so used to everything on a screen, whether that be a smart phone, iPad or Kindle type device and I have to confess to loving all this technology myself! I would suggest however that wedding photographs fall into a slightly different situation as they carry so memories and can be considered heirlooms for the family as well as something of great sentimental value. I have often heard the argument about what you would run back into a burning house for. It probably will not be the iPad (although I would pick it up if it was there!). It almost certainly will be those things you cannot replace with money. So my advice would be to consider an Album, but choose one that can be left out on display rather than tucked away in a cupboard somewhere. Schtuff Photography can offer you a wide range of styles and types and I know from experience when potential Clients visit us they are always knocked out by the quality of what they see. We have beautiful Wedding Albums from GraphiStudio and Queensberry, generally regarded as the best in the world.
Just heard from Joe and Angela whose Pre Wedding Photography we did earlier this week. ’Angela and I love the photos and they way they have turned out, I have a feeling we may have a lot of thinking to do when choosing an image for a mount. We had a fantastic day and felt so at ease and really appreciate the lengths that you and Ruth went to’. Many thanks to you both! The Pre Wedding photos were all located at The Linthwaite Hotel near Windermere. Regards Steve.