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Victoria Hollings

Company role: Marketing and design.

Come along to The Baby Summit in Brisbane, Australia, and make sure to visit the Queensberry stand! We've got a bunch of brand new samples, so you'll be one of the first to see our latest products. This framed, floating torn-edge fine-art circular print will be on display, as well as other wall art, book and album options. There's also an extensive list of presenters and many other vendors attending.  The three-day event takes place on the 22nd, 23rd & 24th September in Brisbane Queensland at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. To register, visit The To View More >>

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From the Emerald Isle. Our 'Album of the Week' is a beautiful 15x12 Duo Overlay. We love the modern vintage feel of the wedding, and the beautiful emerald green colours look perfect in the matted album. Ivan and Shirley from Alexander & Eve in Northern Ireland, shared a few moments from the day with us. "Ciara and Jason’s wedding at the Galgorm Resort and Spa in Northern Ireland was an Irish/Australian love match. We'd first met the couple the year before and knew then that their wedding was going to be a glamorous, To View More >>

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We're selling more smaller albums these days, but we're stoked to see people still opting for the big books! Our 18x10 albums allow for lots of images, and high impact story-telling with their radical panoramic pages. And they translate perfectly into copy albums for parents and loved ones too. (If you've included lots of small images we recommend 10in copies for albums of this size.) This 18x10 is by husband and wife team Neil and Katherine of Tandem Photography, Christchurch, New Zealand. Notice how Neil and Katherine have personalised To View More >>

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What is "aspect ratio", and why can it be a problem? The aspect ratio of an image is the ratio of its width to its height. Unless the aspect ratio of a print or frame matches that of the camera image from which it is made, the original image will need to be cropped. What to do When shooting, bear in mind the finished print that you want to sell. If you frame the subject tightly (with important content out to the edges of the image) you won't be able to crop — you'll need to order prints with the same aspect ratio as the camera. Since most digital camerals have an To View More >>

The beautiful imagery in our album of the week caught our attention as it went through the bindery — we love how the natural elements and earthy tones work perfectly with the Tan Faux Leather. Photographer Jon Gazzignato of Tasmania, Australia, shared some of the stand-out moments from the day. "The wedding was held at Riversdale Estate in Tasmania during Summer. The ceremony was supposed to be out on the courtyard overlooking the vineyard and Coal River Valley." "Just as the bride was about to walk out, a storm To View More >>

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