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Album Options

Crafted for longevity, your album offers premium leather covers for a personalized touch. Choose from an array of textured or natural grain leathers to achieve the exact look you desire. If you’re opting for a legacy album, you can enhance it further by adding an accent cover material and or gilding the page edges. 

Please note that while some cover materials have been available for years, all album covers are subject to availability. Don’t hesitate to reach out to me to check availability of any cover materials or if you have any custom design requests.

Textured Leather Album Cover Options

Textured leather features a pattern pressed into the material, enhancing its aesthetic appeal. These covers offer intricate finishes while maintaining the durability of natural top grain leather. Ideal for those seeking both style and resilience, textured leather provides a sophisticated touch to your album.

Classic Leather Album Cover Options

Classic leather covers maintain the original texture of the leather hide, available in various colors. These materials offer durability comparable to textured leather options and are favored by those who prefer a clean, minimalist look. Additionally, classic leathers serve as excellent accent materials for those desiring a two-tone cover design.

Two Tone Custom Cover Designs

Personalize your album with a unique two-tone custom cover design. Choose any of the above swatches as your base material and add a stripe of a second material to enhance the look.

two tone album cover
Legacy Wedding Album with "Razzel Dazzel" cover and "Elderberry" accent stripe
Legacy Wedding Album with "Secret Garden" cover and "Biker Chick" accent stripe

Album Page Gilding

Upgrade your “Legacy Album” with optional page gilding. Choose from gold, silver, white, or black to complement your album cover. 

Legacy album with black page gilding
Black Page Gilding
Legacy wedding album with silver page gilding
Silver Page Gilding
Gold page gilding

Finished Albums

Here are some finished albums to give you an idea of what your final album will look like. All albums feature lay-flat architecture with a creased center for seamless viewing across both pages. Albums require a minimum of 10 leaves (20 pages) and can expand to 50 leaves (100 pages).

Our “Signature Albums” are crafted to a 10 x 10-inch profile and feature naked page edges. “Legacy Albums” are larger at 12 x 12 inches and come with gilded page edges and the option for a cover accent. Custom sizing is available for “Legacy Albums” upon request.

In either case, you can expect the same build quality from both “Legacy” and “Signature” albums, with the main difference being in the customization options available for the “Legacy” albums.

Album Wrapping
Your album arrives wrapped like this
Signature Album
Signature albums are 10x10 and have naked page edges
Razzel Dazzel
Signature album with "Razzle Dazzel" cover.
Signature boudoir album with "Cabana" cover.
Legacy engagement album with "ludicrous" cover and gold page gilding.
Signature engagement album with "ludicrous" cover.
Signature Wedding Album
Creased center allows for seamless viewing across both pages
Legacy wedding album with "Chyna" cover.
Sex & Candy
Signature engagement album with "Sex & Candy" cover.
Sex & Candy
Signature engagement album with "Sex & Candy" cover.
Signature 10x10 album with "Krumble" cover
All albums come with a square spine and raised hubs (cover "Krumble")
Inside the Front Cover
All albums are branded with my logo.
Signature Engagement Album
Lay-flat albums allow for seamless viewing experience across both pages
Legacy Wedding Album
Every album is designed by me and never outsourced
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Jason Guy

I am a portrait photographer based out of Sonoma, California. I create portraits for people of all ages with the goal of making images that are timeless. Portraits you will look back on decades from now, and still love them just as much then as you do today. While flattering lighting and pose are important, capturing how others see you is what I ultimately strive for.

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  1. Melanie Koehn

    I love your work. I have been a photographer for many years starting with film. After a brief hiatus and move I have decided to start up my passion for photography again. What would be the very basic components for beginning Boudoir in a room in my apartment? Props, etc. Thank you. Melanie Koehn

    1. Jason Guy

      Thank you!

      If I were you, I’d find your best window in the room and dress it up with heavy black out curtains, sheers/lace etc. You can kick it up several notches from there with some v flats. From there I’d then augment with background lights like candles. You can buy your client a bouquet and let her play with the flowers in creative ways. Your imagination is the limit, but I’d keep it simple and affordable.

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