It is so great that you have decided to have your engagement or wedding photographs created into an album. There is nothing better than being able to view your photographs in a tangible, hand crafted album.
Below is an overview of the designing and ordering process from beginning to end so you can get a clear understanding of the entire process. Don’t worry, it is fairly easy, you just have to decided on a few things =]
#1. Picking your photos from the gallery
This gallery is a new, different gallery from the one that you download and view your photos from. The gallery used here connects to my editing application so I can easily view your choices and comments on the photo.
To pick which photos, you will have to login with the email and passcode below. Click the circle account icon at the top right, then sign in.
Email - email@example.com
Passcode - Photologin2019
Now you can view the photos and begin selecting which photos you would like to include by using the like icon. To do this, there will be a heart icon to the bottom left of the photo. You can also click the comment icon to the middle right, which will bring out the comment and like activity section which has a heart icon as well.
If you would like to leave me comments such as “this photo very large” on a design spread, you can do that too.
Please keep in mind this is for ordering a single album. If you are ordering multiple albums and want to choose different photos for each of them, please use the comments instead of the heart icon. For example, if you are ordering an album for yourselves, and parent books, you can leave a comment as “couple” for all photos you want in your book, then “RP” for Robert’s parents book, and “EP” for Emily’s parents book. Something so I can know which book the photo should go in.
Number of Photos to Include
For the album, 10 spreads, or 20 pages are included in the base price of the album and the maximum number of spreads is 25 (50 pages). Each additional spread is 25$ each. Typically this can include 60-100 photos depending on the design and how small you want the photos. I like to stay medium to large in the photo design so you can see the photo, however this will mean more spreads needed if you include a lot of photos.
You can aim for 80-150 photos, and I will see how the layout works in the first design. You can let me know if you are wanting to stick to the 10 spread minimum, or if you ok to add in some if needed. If you do choose more photos, and less spreads this will just make the photos on the pages smaller in the design, or I will have to choose which ones to include or take out.