Rain doesn’t usually call off family photography or children’s portraiture sessions for me – whether I am in Kensington or Chiswick in Central London,further out in Putney, Wimbledon or Richmond, in the countryside in and around suffolk or on the coast at Aldeburgh or Southwold, or indeed out in the home counties such as Buckinghamshire, Hampshire or Surrey – partly because for almost all my children and family portraiture sessions, we invariably spend part of the session indoors, but also because rain and bad weather is not something generally to shy away from and can result in wonderful photographs full of character.
However, there are of course always exceptions to this rule and this weekend is one such. I was due to visit Holland Park in W11 this sunday, one of my favourite places in London for family and children’s portrait photography because of the wonderful park, tree-lined avenues and general elegance and character of the area – but as I will be photographing a little boy who has only just begun to find his feet, going outside in what looks like exceptionally wet and windy weather ahead is not ideal so a postponement is sensible.
So over to Wedding photography again for this post and I am looking forward to photographing two weddings next month: Caelen and Fiona’s wedding at the end of next week in High Wycombe, Chinnor (Sir Charles Napier restaurant) and at the King’s Hotel in Stokenchurch, Buckinghamshire – and later on in May, Hester and Nick’s wedding in Otford in Kent.
I have recently photographed these beautiful luxury Queensberry parent and digital copy wedding albums that I offer my wedding clients who choose a Queensberry album as part of their wedding photography service from me. There are two options for accompanying albums I offer: Fully matted parent albums where the parents choose their own selection of images and the album is created from scratch with professional photographic prints hand assembled under beautiful boards (or mats), or alternatively a digitally printed replica copy of of the main album. I offer these digital replica albums in two sizes: 10×7 inch and mini copies at 3.5×5 inch.
For both album types but you can choose different cover materials in a wonderful choice of colours as well as various kinds of detailing on the front of them.
All of them make absolutely beautiful parent albums (heirlooms in their own right) and the mini ones make gorgeous presents for bridesmaids, maids of honour too. Queensberry takes great pride in the high quality materials they use to make these albums as well as their care and attention to assembly and service, as do I with the design and image production values in them:
These first three images show a 10×7-inch digital replica/copy Queensberry album with cover motif in gunmetal buckram. In front of it is an open 5×3.5inch digital mini copy album in ivory buckram:
With a digital copy/ replica album the images are printed digitally:
Parent album with a buckram mint cover with cover motif image:
With a parent album, the pages are created in exactly the same way as your main album with archival photographic images assembled under luxury boards (matts). The images in the parent album are chosen from scratch – that is they can be different from the main album:
Spine showing two parent albums with ivory, gunmetal and mint buckram covers:
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