Ever wanted to custom design a wedding or portrait album but didn’t know how to go about it using Photoshop?
Well, here comes Fundy’s Album Builder to the rescue. It’s fast, easy and intuitive. But best of all, you aren’t stuck using templates that can “date” an album. Now, there isn’t anything wrong at all about using the free templates or those you find online for a fee. But if you are looking to keep your album designs fresh and truly unique, you should consider Fundy’s Album Builder.
In the video tutorial below, Andrew Funderburg (aka. The Fundy) shows us how he used some of my images from Veena and James’ Wedding in Morristown, New Jersey, to build a few pages very quickly. Of course, with Fundy having designed and used this program multiple times, the buttons and the options all seem natural to him. That will come in good time for you as well and you’ll be amazed at how instinctively you will approach your layouts.
As Fundy says at the beginning of the video, I have known him for some time. He is a dynamic, energetic and passionate entrepreneur who is very interested in helping photographers. As one himself, he and his business partner Kevin Focht have taken the industry by storm with their frequent webinars and YouTube tutorials like the one you see above. The products that Fundy has developed continues to evolve thanks to input from their users – i.e. people like you. So, don’t feel shy about sending Fundy a note with your suggestions.
If you have any questions or comments, do post them below. If you have used FAB, tell us what your experience has been like or even drop a link to one of your album designs. We would love to take a look!
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Other programs you may be interested in as well are Album Proofer and Batch-o-licious, also from Fundy. If you want to save $125, you’ve gotta check out the Total Studio Pack, which includes a slew of other neat programs that Fundy has created for the photography community.