About Your Gallery

We’re really excited to be offering our clients a professional and sharable gallery!

And it looks great whether you’re on the computer, a tablet or a smartphone.

You can share the gallery link with whomever. A lot of our clients add the gallery link to their Thank You cards so their guests can view and/or print their favorite wedding images.

This gallery will remain active for 12 months after delivery.


Social Media

We love sharing the work we’ve done for our couples. And we appreciate when clients show us some love when they post their images to Facebook or Instagram!

So make sure to tag @ZachWheelerPhotography when you post to Facebook and @ZachWheeler when you post to Instagram. It helps a lot in promoting and growing our business!



All images have been exported at a standard 2×3 ratio for prints sized 4×6, 12×16, 24×36, etc in a standard JPEG format. For prints sized 5×7, 8×10, 11×14, etc., cropping will be required. For my personal photos, I just use the cropping tool that the lab provides and have never had any problems.

If you require any special cropping or exporting settings (.png, .TIFF, etc.), please email me at


 Printing Your Images – Costco

Costco is great for prints. I use them for just about all my printing.

BUT!!!!! Please, do NOT let them auto-correct your images. It might ruin the colors of the images.

Costco is a bit sneaky here. Auto-Correction is on by default, and the only way to turn it off is on the very last ordering page. So make sure to unclick that box!

Printing Your Images – Other Places

I’ll sum this up pretty quick – you get what you pay for with a lot of these places.

When in doubt, do a few test prints before making a sizeable order.

Image Backup

This gallery should not be considered your backup.

Your gallery will be active for 12 months, and it is your responsibility to have adequate backups in place.

At a minimum, I recommend two backups:

Online (x1)
Google Drive (Google)
OneDrive (Microsoft)
iCloud (Apple)
Amazon Cloud Drive

Physical media (x1)
SD card (we recommend Sandisk, Sony or Samsung brands)
Solid State Hard Drive (we recommend Samsung)
USB (we recommend SanDisk)
Portable 2.5” spinning hard drive (we recommend Western Digital)
3.5” spinning hard drive (we recommend Western Digital)

PRINTS & CANVAS (St. John’s)

Newfoundland Canvas (high end)
Costco (mid-range, good value)

FRAMING (St. John’s)

Winners (a personal favorite for smaller frames)
Newfoundland Canvas (high end, custom work)
Costco (mid-range)

What About Albums?

When choosing a company to purchase a book or album from, make sure they have a what-you-see-is-what-you-get (WYSIWYG) album builder. It makes designing layouts very easy and quick; it’s basically just a drag and drop – upload your favorite images, drop them on a template!

Album pricing can vary widely; a high end 11×14 leather bound album with 50 pages can run around $600 Canadian (or more!) while a 30-page press-printed book from Costco is about $30.

In short, you get what you pay for with albums. Sizes, paper quality, cover materials, etc. are just a few things to consider when comparing pricing. I personally have printed several albums from Costco (~$50) and Shutterfly (~$75) and they’re totally suitable! But there is a clear difference between those and a $500 album from White House Custom Color (for example).


Album Tips (just my thoughts)

Start on the cheaper end and then see if you even need to “upgrade”
Bigger books have a bigger impact. I’d go for at least 12″ on the wide end
50 pages is a good number to strive for
No more than 6 images per page
Always opt for premium paper
Don’t worry too much about cover materials or colors


Album companies we recommend

White House Custom Color (mid/high end, US based)
Zno (mid/high end, US based)
AdoramaPix Hudson Albums (mid/high end, US based)
Artifact Uprising (mid/high end, US based) (mid range)
Shutterfly (low/mid range)
Costco (low/mid range)
MixBook (low/mid range)