1. Photographer Name: Jan Renegar
3. Website: http://greentreephotography.net
4. Where is home? North Alabama
5. Did you go to school to study photography? No, former Speech Pathologist
6. How long have you been a photographer? 7 years
7. How would you describe your style? Clean, light, fresh, timeless
8. Some favorite photos you have taken recently? Where to start 😉 A southern engagement session in a rose garden amongst mature trees surrounded with the smell of honeysuckle! A bridal session in a canola field, a couple who never had professional wedding photos surrounded in redbud trees!
Have you tried laser etching? It’s one of the newest ways that you can customize and personalize your albums and accessories.
Laser etching is the process where essentially a laser will “print” the image/text of your choice by burning the top layer of your cover material choice.
Studio Name: Laura Yang Photography
Where is home? Ormond Beach, Florida
Did you go to school to study photography? No — Laura majored in English and Creative Writing, while Danny’s degree is in Commerce.
How long have you been a photographer? We have been wedding and portrait photographers for three years, although we both did some photography for other jobs previously as well.
How would you describe your style? Our goal is to produce photographs that are natural, timeless, and evocative. We love capturing candid moments beautifully, and we love creating stunning portraits — putting the two together is what makes wedding days incredible!
How many weddings do you average per year? Our goal is to stick to roughly 15 weddings per year so we can offer our couples a truly boutique, intimate experience.
Introducing Cream. Cream is a top grain genuine leather in an off-white/ivory color. It is smooth and soft to the touch, with a slight leather texture, great for your wedding albums or family albums. Cameos look great with this cover material and shown here with a 12×12 Flushmount Album and 7×5 Metal Cameo.
Introducing Autumn. Autumn is a top grain genuine leather in a butternut squash color. It is smooth and soft to the touch, great for your wedding albums or family albums. Also, because it is genuine leather, it imprints beautifully, shown below with black imprinting in the Optima font. Cameos look great with this cover material and shown here with a 10×8 Flushmount Album and 4.5×4.5 Photo Luster Cameo.
1. Albums Tell a Story
Modern photography is all about the stories. Especially on a wedding day, many photographers follow a balance between photojournalism and some posed photos. With an album you can show just how the wedding day unfolded. From the bride getting ready with her bridesmaids, to the groom hanging out with his groomsmen, the First Look, the First Kiss, and the amazing reception! The story is in the details, and albums allow you to show them all. These photos are important to your client, and the best way to show them off is with an album.
Introducing Burgundy. A full grain, genuine leather in a deep wine color. With natural mix of lighter and darker tones of burgundy. This leather imprints beautifully and it available in our silver, gold, blue, or black imprinting, although we would recommend the silver for this G4 Burgundy, as shown below. It’s a great color for weddings, especially if your clients are looking for something different from the standard black color. These albums also look great with metal or photo cameos.
Introducing Marine. Marine is a top grain genuine leather in a dark blue color. Because it is genuine leather, it imprints beautifully. Our imprinting is available in Silver, Gold, Blue, and Black foil. Cameos also look really great with the G4 leathers. Here you can see a photo luster cameo.
Introducing Khaki. This is a top grain, genuine leather from Uruguay. It’s a beautiful khaki color, great for wedding albums, family portrait albums, and any kind of album you can think of. With Forbeyon, you can customize the cover to include a cameo or even a coordinating cover material.