Ben Clark, a leading Brisbane wedding photographer, said that photo albums are not compulsory. He explained that weddings can be expensive and quite often your budget will change on a weekly basis as you get closer to your wedding. He concluded that you can get a professional photo shot instead of an album if you are on a tight budget.
On a contrary opinion, David Loi emphasized the need for a photo album. He said that the efforts of photographers are often futile as many couples are usually too busy to check their photos after their big day. According to him, a lot of weddings are living on a cold USB drive in a drawer somewhere, never to be seen again. He concluded that it is rare for people to sit and watch CDs of their wedding day but easier for children to pick up the photo albums of their grandparent.
Matt Hillman, the founder and creative director of Hillbilly production, explains that a lot of couples are looking for ways to save money through the printing of their own photo albums. He emphasized that nothing beats something that’s both timeless and tangible that will hold your most-valuable of memories for all time.
In his own opinion, Ben Whitmore, the winner of the 2016 best wedding photography Wedission award, acknowledged that technology is forever changing except for prints and albums. He emphasized that photo albums are always available to look at for the rest of your life and also to be able to be shared with your grandkids.
Photo album is a great way to preserve and pass on your most-adored moment to your children. Whether or not you are on a strict budget, you need to factor the cost of getting a professional photo album into your budget. This will ensure that those sweet memories do not end in just a day but last a lifetime.