Albums by Rob Greer
My award-winning album designs receive international recognition year-after-year.
I'll use those design skills when I create your album too.
My design principles are deceptively simple. “Less is More" and “Bigger is Better"—those are my bywords. In other words, I believe that telling a story with a single photograph is better than telling the same story using two photographs.
Likewise, using two photographs is preferable to three. And using three photos is almost always preferable to four. In other words, I believe that including superfluous photos in album designs dilutes the impact of your other photos and confuses storytelling.
We'll work together to identify your most important moments and then collaboratively incorporate those photographs. As such, your storybook album will serve as an impressive visual and tactile reminder that forever bears witness to your most important memories.
Since 2010 I've been recognized with 12+ major album awards from Wedding and Portrait Photographers International (WPPI) and Professional Photographers of America Imaging USA.
These awards include 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place trophies in every category.
Notably, two judges awarded one album a perfect 100 score. To put this significant recognition in perspective, annually fewer than 5 people receive 100 scores—out of thousands of entries. This recognition indicated that my entry showed a near-perfect combination of creativity, impact, storytelling, technical excellence, lighting, posing, expression, and composition.
I'll use my decades of experience and my practiced storytelling techniques to design an incredible award-worthy wedding album for you too.
How It Works
After you pick your favorite photos, I'll choose my favorite photos and combine them into comprehensive storytelling photography montage.
I don't limit your page count. I'll design more pages than your original selection. During the design review meeting, I’ll show you all the pages, and then you'll choose which pages you don’t want to include in your album. But if you keep a few more pages than you originally planned, that's ok too.