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Wedding albums are better than French Fries

Learn how to design and sell wedding albums at The Album Atelier workshop in Sydney, 24 and 25 June 2017, to increase your profit, reduce your work hours and provide a lasting record that your couples deserve.

 

While many may prefer the family slide night to remain a thing of the past, it’s rare to find people who don’t enjoy flicking through the wedding album of their parents or grandparents to see how they scrubbed up on their special day.  It wasn’t until the arrival of the digital camera that albums were relegated to the status of ‘french fries’ in wedding photography packages, and the upcoming Album Atelier workshop may help reinstate the album to ‘essential’ if your mission is to generate profit, reduce work hours and provide a record that will last for generations.

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Preserve your photographs in print

Better Photography editor, Peter Eastway, provides good reason and advice for printing your best photos from recent travels, a personal project or the last year in a book and encourages photographers to consider what their photo legacy is, especially in this age of ‘digital black holes.’

Better Photography editor and AIPP Grand Master of Photography, Peter Eastway, provides good reason and advice for printing your best photos from recent travels, a personal project or the last year in a book and encourages photographers to consider what their photo legacy is, especially in this age of ‘digital black holes.’

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Sam Harris: The End, the Beginning and the Middle of Somewhere

West Australian photographer Sam Harris independently published his photo book, “The Middle Of Somewhere” with Ceiba Foto in 2015 to international acclaim. This post outlines his publishing journey including the ups and downs along the way.

The End refers to the end of Sam’s career as a commercial photographer in London, the Beginning to his new life free from a regular day job, to fatherhood, and a 12-year journey through India to Western Australia. And the Middle refers to The Middle of Somewhere, Sam’s personal photo project that grew into an independently published book that won multiple awards including a Lucie Award 2015, and most recently the People’s Choice for the Australian Photobook of the Year Awards 2015.

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