How many pages is a wedding album?

How many pictures should be in a wedding album?

The best thing to do is take an average of 2 to 2.5 images per side of page and calculate from there. So in a 20 spread album (40 individual sides) you could expect to get around 80 to 120 images in general.

What size should a wedding album be?

For example, I always recommend a 10×10” or 12×12” size album for weddings, because there are so many more photos to include than, say, a senior or family session. Most parents of brides/grooms order the 10×10” size, because it’s not too big and not too small.

How long does a wedding album take?

Printing can take up to 8 weeks in busy times for digital albums, traditional albums it’s a lot quicker. I would say that from the wedding, couples generally have their digital album in about 3 months, or traditional album in about 2 months (but it does vary on how long it is to choose their images).

How much does a wedding album cost?

Typical costs: Inexpensive traditional wedding albums typically range from $12 to $80, depending on the decoration. The variance in price has to do mostly with the size of album and quality of materials used. Expensive traditional wedding albums typically range from $250 to $450.

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Where do you keep your wedding album?

Ideally, you will store your album flat inside a protective case or cover.

How much should I charge as a wedding photographer?

The average cost of a wedding photographer is around $2000 in the US. In general, wedding photographer prices range between $1150 and $3000. Wedding photographers in big cities tend to charge higher prices than the ones in other areas.

What is the width and height of an album cover?

The size of the typical cardboard LP sleeve cover is 12.375 in (31.43 cm) square.

What does 2 up photo album mean?

A Two-Up format creates two images per press impression, a Three-Up format creates three images per press impression, a Four-Up format creates four images per impression and so on. In its purest sense, the term “Up” refers to multiple impressions of the same image at the same time.