Jess’s Tech Tips: Bespoke Album Design
July 10, 2015
The busiest time of the year for wedding photographers can often mean time is limited for designing albums. If you feel like your designs are being put on the back burner then we would love to help free your time! Our Bespoke design service is exactly that, a design individually tailored to showcase your images, taking the stress out of your hands.
The bespoke design service includes online proofing via Album Exposure, allowing you to send the design to your client, as well as providing a quick and easy way for both you and your client to add comments to any spreads that may require amendments. We typically ask for an average of 4 images per spread, so for a standard 15-spread album this would equate to a maximum of 60 images. We have found this number produces the best designs and gives your images the space to look truly amazing!
One round of changes is included free of charge with the service, allowing you to make any amendments required either before or after sending the design to your client. Further changes can be made for additional charges.
Where can it be found?
The bespoke design service can be found on our website, when logged into the ‘Shop’. Once the Design Service has been selected you will need to put in the album design name and select the number of spreads you require. If you also wish to order an album alongside the design this can be added to your cart from the ‘Shop’ page.
It takes 3-5 working days for us to provide you with your initial bespoke design. So sit back and have a well-deserved break on us!
Did you know?
We also offer a free simple design service where we require 2 images per spread, so for a standard 15 spread album 30 images would be needed. We will position one image centred on the left page and one image centred on the right page. Images must be named in the order you wish them to appear within the album. This service can be selected when an album is added to your basket. The option ‘Free simple design’ should be chosen as your design method.
Below is an example of a bespoke album design: