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#11 wclark5179

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    Posted 18 June 2008 - 10:02 PM

    We have the photographs available on CD/DVD from a wedding within 48 hours. Matter of fact one of the options I have is to have a slideshow at the reception of wedding photos covering from getting ready through the ceremony.

    Fun! Smiles!

    #12 BePhoto

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      Posted 19 June 2008 - 10:55 AM

      Quote:
      Originally Posted by wclark5179
      We have the photographs available on CD/DVD from a wedding within 48 hours. Matter of fact one of the options I have is to have a slideshow at the reception of wedding photos covering from getting ready through the ceremony.

      Fun! Smiles!
      Really, you provide unedited photos?

      -- My agency, clients, not even my wife see's the unedited work! -- for me, its just not finished until it's been thru the post-production process.

      #13 BePhoto

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        Posted 19 June 2008 - 10:56 AM

        Quote:
        Originally Posted by wclark5179
        We have the photographs available on CD/DVD from a wedding within 48 hours. Matter of fact one of the options I have is to have a slideshow at the reception of wedding photos covering from getting ready through the ceremony.

        Fun! Smiles!
        Really, you provide unedited photos?

        -- My agency, editors, clients, not even my wife see's the unedited work! -- for me, its just not finished until it's been thru the post-production process.

        #14 NYJen

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          Posted 19 June 2008 - 11:18 AM

          Um, I got married the first week of April and I'm still waiting. I just got my wedding day and TTD slideshows this week (which are FABULOUS) and all my pictures should be coming in the mail next week. It was a long wait. But at least my friends and family gave me their pictures to hold me over.

          #15 Denise40

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            Posted 19 June 2008 - 04:30 PM

            I am doing better! I got an email from my WC that I should be receiving my renewal video from Tomas in Cabo tomorrow. Does anyone know how you have others view it? I was going to have family/friends view it but wasn't sure how to go about doing that?

            Any suggestions??

            #16 jajajaja

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              Posted 19 June 2008 - 04:33 PM

              You could post it on some video share site like youtube. There are others but I'm no expert. :)
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              #17 wclark5179

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                Posted 19 June 2008 - 05:29 PM

                Be Photography, hi!

                Yes, I provide un-edited photos for the option of having wedding day photographs shown at the ceremony. Why not? I'm not ashamed to exhibit my work right out of the camera. Does the post-production process compensate for inequities that are not known by the photographer when the image is created?

                I do very little post-process to compensate for what should be accomplished during the create stage of photography.

                #18 Jen_S

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                  Posted 19 June 2008 - 05:33 PM

                  Oh that stinks I can only imagine how you are feeling. Hopefully not much longer.
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                  #19 Evan Baines

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                    Posted 19 June 2008 - 05:39 PM

                    Depending on the amount of post-processing the photographer does, anything up to six weeks is totally reasonable. I usually work on a 4-6 week turnaround, as I like to make sure that everything is PERFECT, but I make sure to provide a slideshow of some favorite images in the first week or two to tide my brides over.

                    Post processing is a very personal thing. Some great photographers eschew photoshop and similar programs entirely, and some rely heavily on photoshop to express their creativity. Neither answer is wrong, but some options take longer than others.

                    Personally, I believe in "getting it right" in the camera, but I enjoy the additional creative options provided to me in the digital age. I like the best of both worlds!

                    #20 Yvette

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                      Posted 19 June 2008 - 05:49 PM

                      i think i will be super impatient too.




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