Print vs Digital

Now we all know the benefits of digital photography, taking literally thousands of images, easy to share and of course the sheer speed they are available! However, when it comes to wedding photography, there are lots of benefits to printing your wedding photographs.



















Long lasting

While posting the “I do” moment on Facebook may get likes and comments, it will eventually get lost in the online shuffle of dancing cats and latest funny meme within a few days. The most important day of your life deserves more than that! With printed photographs, your best wedding memories can live on for years, whether they’re in a photo album, in a frame or blown up on a canvas in the bedroom. What’s more, you can relive your special moments within the privacy of your own home, without commentary from the social media world.


There is nothing like holding a stack of photographs with your own two hands. Printed photographs are perfect for social occasions when you want your wedding guests to relive your special day or share your wedding with people that couldn’t make it. No matter their age of generation, there is something lovely and communal about flipping through photos together.


One of the amazing things about digital photos is the sheer amount of photos you can now take. However, having so many photos can also make it difficult to find the one you’re looking for. Printed photos on the other hand rarely get lost. Although digital photographs can be saved to a disc, USB, or hard drive, they don’t actually exist. With printed photographs, you know exactly where they are.


When it comes to preserving your wedding printed photographs, the options are endless. Available in all shapes and sizes, photographs can be used to decorate your home, given as thank you gifts to those who attended the wedding, or made into a coffee table book for friends and family to flip through.

In conclusion, both digital and print photographs are a fantastic way to relive and remember your special day. The most important thing is to think about what you want from your wedding photos and decide what will work best for you.




















Blog written by Alana Hebenton Twitter is @alanahebenton

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