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Okay, well to go along with my insanely long review, here is my insane amount of professional photos (over 2500!!!)


and in case you haven't seen it yet (I know most of you have, adding it more for future reference) here is my review which will probably answer a lot of questions about my photos:




I got my dvds (6 of them!) Friday night and have been doing pretty much nothing all weekend except organizing them. They were already organized by part of the day, but I was basically trying to delete a few and also create some favorite folders that I can now use for printing my albums, making photo books, and showing to people (since almost nobody will want to see 2500 pictures).


So I'm posting some of my favorites below right in the thread (yes, there are lots). Go to the following links for more


For those of you who aren't crazy enough to want to see them all, choose from one of the following albums depending on how many you want to see:


My Top 125 Favorites


My Top 250 Favorites


My top 750 favorites - Part 1

My top 750 favorites - Part 2

(2 albums because max 500 allowed per album)


Alternatively, you can see photos in slideshow format on Jodi's website (she chose the photos so they aren't the same as my favorites)


Daydream photography - Destination weddings (slideshows)


Or to see all my photos (well I received 2800 but happily managed to deleted 500 because either I didn't like them or they were very repetitious, so there are about 2300 below)


Getting ready




Before Ceremony




After the ceremony




The next day / TTD


Creative Editing - Part 1

Creative Editing - Part 2

(2 albums because max 500 allowed per album)



Our photographer was Jodi Laundry, daydreamphotography.com. She traveled with us for the whole week. Here is my review of her:







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awesome pics!! you really have some great ones! i am glad that you were honest on your review - those little details really matter when you are choosing a photog and hopefully you will help another bride. the only thing i would suggest is to edit your 1st post and put the name of your photographer and website otherwise no one willl ever find the review when they search! :)

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