I’ve realized I didn’t make even one post at all in February! I’ve been super busy booking weddings for this summer and fall. September’s been a very popular month for brides and grooms in 2010, and June as well. Unfortunately I’ve had to turn quite a few couples away due to being booked already, but I do still have some availability — but it’d be good to contact me soon if you’re interested in booking me as your photographer. I look forward to shooting all of my Calgary weddings… lots of variety and I am pumped about the creative possibilities this year. Not to mention the portrait and family sessions I have booked, too!
I did want to take the time to post, because I have also been busy working on new disc packaging for my clients. I really strive to provide a great Calgary wedding photography product and experience, unique to each person or couple I am photographing. So it was important to me that my packaging reflect that. I/m a big believer in clients having their high res photos on CD or DVD (as far as I am concerned, they are my clients’ images!). So! Here’s how all of my 2010 clients can expect the presentation of their final product:
The discs come in a Redfern Photography tote bag, making them easy to carry. Each disc comes in an enameled tin, which includes a mini folding card with a license agreement (so you can print your images at any lab). They are bound with a black hemp twine, which you can just slide off one end to open the tin. Both wedding photography and portrait photography clients will receive their discs this way.
I’m super happy with the way these came out, and truly feel that they fit well with my brand and my photography!
my my my! this is absolutely hot!
pretty gnarly packaging. Love the copyright release card.
Love it! So simple and elegant.
Can’t tell you how much I like this. Consider the idea stolen, uh, I mean borrowed. 😉
I too would describe this as simple and elegant.
Presentation is so important, and you have exactly the right balance here by adding some simple touches.
This is very creative and inspiring. Yes I agree they fit well with you brand because the design is very unique. Thank you so much for sharing.
Fantastic packaging! This is just the inspiration I need to figure something out.
Fantastic!! I LOVE the idea of the disk info and licsense agreement card, it makes it so easy for the bride and groom. Thank you for the inspirations!
Absolutely love the packaging! Simple and elegant, a perfect compliment to your style!
I think these look so professional. You’ve definitely given me some ideas! Thanks for sharing the vendors with us on SWPB.
great job! It all looks beautiful.
These is such cool packaging! I am sure you clients are going to be uber fired up when they get this. I love that you put the license agreement in there too. What a handy way of getting it to your clients.
Looks so simple! Yet so beautiful!
Great work – definitely a step above most of us. Thanks for raising the bar. Joey
Such clean and simply packaging and it really suits your logo and photos and everything 🙂
I need a packaging as classy as this. It looks clean and simple and yet so personal. Nice work
oooh, looks great, very professional 🙂
really neat idea, even though I only give proof low res files…they pay extra for hi-res if requires, as most of my clients also have a book/album and an online print gallery
I esp like the tins for the discs. not seen those before
Very nice work.:-)
You post great posts, bookmarked for future referrence !
If you want to get read, this is how you should write.
I love your CD holder! Do you mind if I ask where you got it? And Love the idea of the license agreement card! I have been looking for information on this can you tell me what yours says or where you got the info to put on it?
I have been looking for something like this for my business. Can I ask where you found the cd holder and the release card?
I really love your photo disk idea and presentation. I would like to use similar materials. Could you send me the link to where you purchased the tins?
I love this packaging! I’m an aspiring photographer, may I ask where you purchased the white cd cover? I’ve been looking for something like this. Thanks!
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