Tag: Leather Craftsmen

I’m not a Green Wedding Photographer – And neither are you.

I love the industry trend of Green Weddings right now. I love [intlink id=”green-wedding-dresses” type=”post”]cotton and hemp dresses[/intlink], I love the detail that wedding coordinators are getting into to minimize the impact on the planet. I really do think it’s great that people have that much care for the world to keep even their wedding day low-impact. You see, I grew up surfing in Imperial Beach, which is just a few short miles away from the Tijuana River, I would see it regularly spew out contaminants into the ocean rendering the beaches locked down for fear of Hepatitis outbreaks. At […]

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Important Pricing Change

Hello all, I wanted to announce an important new change to my wedding photography pricing structure. As well as a change in the philosophic thinking of what a final product really is for a couple getting married. From now on every couple will receive an album when getting married. This of course raises my prices. However, I feel that it is paramount for every couple to have a tangible product to hold and share with family and friends. It is too often that I find that people have not been served by merely having a handful of loose prints or […]

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New Sample Albums In!!!

I sent off for my Leather Craftsmen sample albums a month ago and have been eagerly waiting for them to come. Well they just got in the other day and I’ve had a chance to take some pictures of them today. The first one is my Portrait examples book, a 700 Series with Rustic Brown Leather, an Outset Window on the front and Spine Hubs. Everything about this book was custom, because my portraits are always panoramic. The second book is more modern, a 3500 series, with a very sleek black leather, flush spine and flush photo on the front. […]

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