From the wedding album of Amy and Matt

      I’ve been designing lots of albums lately! Here’s one I finished recently, from Amy and Matt’s beautiful wedding on the top of Keystone mountain. They chose the photos for this book, which will be a 12″x12″, 40-page, flushmount album. I can’t wait to see it!


      The pictures and the album design are gorgeous! I don’t know how you do it, but I wish I was that good.

      Aw, what a wonderful comment!

      I love stormy clouds even more than sunny skies.

      Thanks! It’s fun to relive weddings while designing albums.

      Thanks! My vendor for flushmount albums is Bon Match, in Canada.

      Thanks! It was such a pretty location for a wedding.

      They are so adorable…your pictures and photo albums make a girl believe. 😀

      Those are gorgeous, I think the clouds really make the whole thing. 🙂

      beautiful layouts! (and photos.)


      Who prints it for you?

      Delightful! A job well done. And they picked some great photos!

      Amazing work… YET again!

      Great job Charlotte!

      Actually I think cloudy is better! Less squinting and harsh sunlight can really wreck a shot sometimes, and it looks really neat over the mountains in that first shot!

      Well done, Charlotte! 😀

      Thanks! Actually I just lay them out in Photoshop. There is probably an easier way to do it, but I like not being restricted to templates.

      Thanks! Simple never goes out of style.

      The remarkable thing was that the rain started immediately after we got in the gondola at the end of the reception. It held off until the very last minute!

      LOVE IT!

      what program do you use to make these books? they’re so elegant!

      Nice…simple & elegant! Great job!!!

      …I love cloudy days…no squinting!

      It’s too bad that was a cloudy day, but the pictures are (of course) gorgeous, nonetheless!

      Charlotte Geary


      Lifestyle, event, and portrait photographer with a vibrant, joyful style and 17 years of professional experience.

      Located in Reston, Virginia near Washington, D.C. and available for travel.