We’ve been at this wedding photography business for almost eight years now and we’ve always focused on producing beautifully crafted and timeless wedding albums for our clients. With the retina display of the new iPad and the iBooks app from Apple, we believe the time has come for an iPad photo album. Although the traditional wedding album is still the top choice as an heirloom keepsake, an iPad photo album cannot be beat for its portability and shareability. Another plus is the ability to add video and audio which enhances the viewing experience.
We made a sample iPad photo album for Eric and Klassy’s wedding which we embedded below; if it doesn’t load, you can see how the album works here. We borrowed video footage from Jason Magbanua and edited a few clips to add to the wedding story. (This iPad album is a prototype. If you’re interested in our iPad album service, shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Here are more photos from Eric and Klassy’s Tagaytay wedding. It was just a perfect mix of Filipino and Jewish traditions sprinkled with a bit of film, video game and Hanson-loving geekiness.
A pair of Rodarte shoes and a Kate Spade clutch for the bride:
Eric’s mom made Klassy’s headpiece:
Colorful tights for the female entourage:
The full set may be found at our facebook page here.