Posted by Ferdie Flores, MSCE, Philippine Wedding Photographer
Hi there! I’m not sure if I should blog about this or not. But i think for our protection here it goes…
“Image above courtesy of wikipedia“
From day 1, we’ve been promising ALL our clients one of the uniqueness of our works… “We do NOT use Album Templates!” This means, we start all designs from scratch which is the primary reason why it requires us longer time to do the albums. We want all our clients to have the notion that their album is something unique, something worth to be treasured for a lifetime.
Just yesterday, I received a friendly compliment from a visitor of ours. Due to my busy schedule, I seldom check out the websites of our visitor. But by intuition, I followed their website: link and to my surprise, one of our layout design was copied! They could’ve rearranged the pages o something. Exactly pirated!!! Darn!
I’m referring to this “original” layout of ours… Ryan and Rizza’s wedding album. which was exactly copied by the above said Studio… and not even an acknowledgment. I wonder if I could express a “strike” or if there is any legal action for this.
What’s hard about the above issue is that our clients know that they have a 1 of kind album and would be disgusted to see an album very much similar to theirs. Megapixels stays true to it’s promise: we do not use wedding album templates, WE WILL DO YOUR ALBUM FROM SCRATCH… it should be unique, something distinct… it’s what make it special!
We’ve had a lot of visitors and some of them asking for new designs… and this is one of the reasons why we limit from showing our works online.
We welcome visitors, and openly greet fellow artists/photographers. You can get some of our ideas as much as we could do with yours, you can stay as long as you want and even leave a comment. We are not saying we are the better studio but please respect our works!!!