Photographer's Guide to Wedding Album Design and Sales

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Amherst Media, 2003 - Photography - 125 pages
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"Full of instructive images and insightful hints, this book is indispensable for photographers who want to boost their wedding-album business. Showcased are the album styles of 15 top wedding photographers, with insight provided into each artist's creative process, client service skills, and album design. Examples include Michael Ayers's one-of-a-kind pop-up albums; photojournalism trendsetter Andy Marcus's magical designs; and Gigi Clark's unique presentation in an archival box. Savvy photographers will learn how to turn an album purchase into a multiple-album sale, how to add on a la carte images, and how to make networking and referrals generate business so they can concentrate on photography."

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User Review  - catskilljill - Overstock.com

This book focuses more on the photographers than on how to actually put an album together. I wanted an instruction book. It is good for what it does have and lots of great wedding photos to learn from. Read full review

Contents

Ken Sklute
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Yervant
12
Andy Marcus
20
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About the author (2003)

Bob Coates has written numerous articles for industry magazines such as "Photo Electronic Imaging," "Professional Photographer," "Rangefinder," and "Shutterbug." His photography has appeared in "National Geographic," "New York Daily News," and "Studio Photography and Design." He lives in Sedona, Arizona.

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