I probably enjoy designing albums as much as I love taking photos. It all goes back to story telling… and what better way to tell a story than in a clean, simple, and elegantly laid-out custom album?
Here is Susan and Matt’s engagement album. It’s a 20-page 5″x7″ (horizontal) flush mount album with a custom fabric cover; the actual photos are traditional photographic prints (C-prints) that are flush-mounted onto rigid pages.
And because all of the materials that go into it are of archival quality, this little album may very well become a family heirloom to be cherished and passed on to generations to come.
I met up with Susan and Matt down on South Congress one fine crisp cool autumn morning not too long ago to shoot their engagement photos. It’s always funny when I first start shooting, because more than likely my subjects are a tad nervous. And I like to tell them that I’m a tad nervous too (because I usually am), and that it’ll wear off soon. Well, let’s just say it didn’t take long for these two to unleash the fire.
Without further ado, here’s Susan and Matt:
Thanks for the good times Susan and Matt! I can’t wait to shoot your wedding next May!
To view more images from Susan and Matt’s engagement session and to order prints, visit the gallery. (This gallery is password protected. Hint: if you know Susan’s last name, well then… let’s just say you know the password.)
James Dvorscak is a fine wedding and portrait photographer based in Austin, TX.
these two are dy-no-mite! I couldn’t resist posting a sneak peek. stay tuned, more to follow in the coming days…
Okay, so a wimpy itty bitty puny little sneak peek simply will not do. Not when you’ve got so many fantastic images to choose from. So, without further ado, I give you Leticia and Farhan’s engagement session (with special guest appearance by Leticia’s daughter and future flower girl, Camryn). Hottt!
Y’all were an absolute blast to work with. I can’t wait to shoot your wedding next May!
You can view more images from this session and order prints in the online gallery.
I first met Stacey and Nigel on the morning of their engagement session, and after fifteen minutes, I felt like we were all old friends. They are freaking awesome. Fun to photograph, and pretty much down for whatever sillyness I threw at them (which is always a plus!).
Thanks for the good times, y’all. Can’t wait to shoot the gorgeousness that will be your wedding this fall!