Albums, Candid Wedding Photography, How I Work, Wedding

New Album Designs

Okay, big announcement time:

I’m thrilled to introduce an addition to the Patrick Pope Photography album designs, a new option I call the Yearbook Design. With this addition, I now offer three completely different styles of album page layout so you can pick the style that perfectly meets your needs.

 So what?  Well, actually, it’s pretty big.

You see photographers typically only do one kind of layout for their albums. When you choose a photographer, you’re not only locking in the style of photos, but also the style of album you’re getting. So you need to make sure you like both.

Different couples have different priorities when it comes to how they want their photos to appear in an album. That’s why I offer a choice:

Elegant Design – Straightforward and classic, the photos are large and take center stage. Without complex design distractions, each photo is bold and powerful.


Yearbook Design – Based on popular demand for lots and lots and lots of photos! This is the choice for couples who prefer to let the story to come across through the quantity of photos rather than through complex graphic layout.


Storybook Design – My personal favorite and the most popular style with couples. Perfect for couples who want the album to tell a really rich story and be visually interesting with creative graphic design. With twice the photos of the Elegant design.


I’m pretty excited about the new addition. Judging by what I’m hearing from couples, I’m not alone. Frankly we all like to experience stories in our own way, so it makes sense to offer some options.



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