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that does stink, so sorry to hear that. but thanks for sharing, i was thinking about doing this. but i would be so mad at myself if we lugged cameras all the way to greece, and they were all crappy blurry pics sad.gif

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melissa... i'm sorry to hear that... i was going to do the disposable cameras as well, but opted not too... but i do have one suggestion for the ladies that are about to get married... what we ended up doing, was buying a polaroid instant camera and and a few boxes of instant film... we left it out by the name cards and guestbook... and during the cocktail hour guests took pictures of each other then placed the polaroid in the guestbook with messages... now i've got a guestbook full of funny candid photos of all my guests... it might not be the same as the disposable cameras on the tables, but i think all the photos turned out fine...

 

julie...

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Low light performance is what you pay for in more expensive cameras. A disposable camera will only work well under ideal lighting conditions. Fortunately, an outdoor, afternoon beach wedding provides ideal light. Put the cameras on the chairs for the ceremony and encourage your guests to take pictures of each other. It's the candid pictures of guests (especially during the ceremony) that you will really appreciate down the road. You'll have plenty of pictures of yourselves.

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Oh no Melissa! So sorry!

 

But thanks for sharing - we were going to do that too, but now we will probably heed your advice, so thank you - and so sorry that they didn't turn out well.

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