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#21 NYJen

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    Posted 19 June 2008 - 06:22 PM

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Be Photography LLC
    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.
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by wclark5179
    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.
    I'm not a mod but I've been on BDW a long time, so I feel I have the right to say - Take it easy here people. We're a nice forum. Play nice.

    #22 tonyschreiber

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      Posted 11 July 2008 - 07:22 PM

      Quote:
      Originally Posted by wclark5179
      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.
      My post-processing usually consists of manipulating the colors and contrast of the image in ways that are difficult or impossible to achieve in camera, especially on location at a wedding. I consider it a significant portion of my creative process, and not because I can't get a correctly composed or exposed image in my camera. Which isn't to say that I don't save an image from user-error now and then...

      But there's more to editing then just processing, like image selection. Part of my finished product is the final selection of images presented. Unless there are less than 80 frames or so, I don't think the client needs or wants to choose from, or even see, every single one of them.
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