“We intend to capture your entire day,
from bridal preparation to first dance.
Creating a complete story of
your special day, to be cherished for years to come.”
All Wedding Photo Books are now TAX free....
5% Discount available for mid-week weddings (excludes Bank Holidays)
and a further
5% Discount available for out of season weddings (Jan, Feb, March, Oct, Nov & Dec).
Graphistudio packages can be taylor made to suit your individual requirements.
Select your prefered format, size, number of pages, paper quality & finish as well as
cover finish and quality to create your own individual designed album.
Listed below are popular packages available.
All Albums are designed in-house by our design team.
Here at iPhotographix Ltd we are official suppliers of the world famous
located in Italy producing hand crafted luxury albums since 1997.
Their album sizes range from the majestic 40x50* to the new 34x45*, the classic 30x40 to the compact 25x35 and 20x30.
There are corresponding Landscape and Portrait wersions as well as Square options from 40x40*, 35x35*, 30x30, 25x25, 20x20, 15x15** and 10x10**.
Their albums come with both custom covers and page finishes:
Silk - Metal - Transparent - Crystal Glance - Varnished - Cowhide - Leatherette - Leather - Distressed Leather - Nappa Leather
Photographic Paper - Textured Paper - Smooth Paper - Pearl - Metalic
With or without Lamination (Glossy or Satin) to protect the pages (default on metallic paper finish).
Parent & Pocket books.
Parent books (ideal gifts for parents of both the Bride & Groom) come with Dust Jacket cover in either Smooth or Textured page finishes in a number of sizes:
Pocket books (ideal gifts for family and friends as well as being small and compact enough to carry around) come with Soft Paper cover and Smooth page finish, come in a number of sizes:
Packagers can be tailor made to suit your individual requirments. Listed below are some popular packages.
The average wedding cost is expected to be around £20,248.00 in 2012. With the
average cost of a wedding photographer being £1,080.
Traditional: This style of wedding photography mostly consists of formal, posed group photographs. A lot of skill and attention to detail goes into taking successful photographs, as the more people in the shot, the more can go wrong.
Contemporary: With this style the photographer is very much in control of what he's shooting. He will direct you, telling you how to pose as he shoots, much like in a studio.
In these situations you have to really throw yourself into it and keep the momentum going. This is your chance to be a model for the day.
This style of photography may not be the one for you if:
Reportage: is for people that want the emotion and feeling of their wedding day captured on camera.
In a non-obtrusive way the photographer photographs the day as it unfolds, with minimal intervention. He always has to be in the right place at the right time, so he doesnt miss any key events.
So you have to be happy with the photographer following you around for most of the day, otherwise there may be a problem! If you could cope with that and be able to ignore the photographer (which is what he wants), you should end up with wonderfully natural photos.