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#1 alyssaw

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    Posted 13 August 2012 - 10:48 AM

    THIS CONTEST IS CLOSED

    Post #97 Announces the Winner and Runners Up

     

    Samuel Luna Photography Contest:

    Enter for the chance to win FREE Destination Wedding Photography

     

     

    BDW Members: We are excited to announce our next contest!  This contest is brought to you by Samuel Luna Photography.  

     

    Three Runners Up Will Receive:
    • 7 hours of coverage on the Winner's wedding day from the Sponsor and a second shooter.
    • One extra session, options are: an "Engagement" session or a "Trash The Dress" session, on date to be confirmed based on the availability of both the Winner and the Sponsor. The Winner can opt-out of this extra session.
    • An online gallery of the edited images, available 4 weeks after the Winner's wedding day.
    • Digital copies of ALL final images (an average of 60-100 images per hour of coverage), available as a digital download. available 5 weeks after the Winner's wedding day.
    • At a discounted price of $1,625.00, regular price of $3,250.00 USD (50% discount).

     

     

    HOW TO ENTER:

     

    Reply to this thread with your answer to the following question: How important is photography to you on your wedding day, and why?

     

    Samuel Luna will schedule phone calls with finalists to decide the grand prize winner and runners up.

     

    This contest is open now until August 27th.  Good luck!!

     

    Contest Rules



    #2 bmelko

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      Posted 13 August 2012 - 11:33 AM

      The photography on my wedding day is extremely important to me so that I can look back and remember one of the happiest days of my life.  The day will be so hectic and it will go by so quickly; I want to be able to look at the photos and see the moments that I may have missed and remember the ones I happily enjoyed.  It's also very important to me to have photos of my parents on my wedding day to look at years after they are no longer with me,.  I don't have many photos of them together as they are divorced and aren't too fond of each other; it will be so nice to have pictures of them together, smiling, knowing they are truly happy (if even only for one day). :)  



      #3 Katryne

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        Posted 13 August 2012 - 11:59 AM

        Photography of my wedding day is very important as long as it captures who we are as a couple and a family.  Having a destination wedding, it will also be a way to share that special day with those who could not attend.  Being married is forever and pictures are forever.. they're made to be together! :)



        #4 TammyWright

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        Posted 13 August 2012 - 12:43 PM

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        #5 Jeni Langille

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          Posted 13 August 2012 - 01:06 PM

          Photography is the only piece of the wedding that will remain for years afterward. It is the one aspect that will capture the memories of that day that my soon to be husband and I, our friends and family will be able to have for the rest of their lives, and then be able to pass it along to children and grandchildren. 



          #6 Irina Sinyuk

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            Posted 13 August 2012 - 01:35 PM

            To us, wedding photography is one of the most important factors in our wedding. I think it is necessary to have an experienced photographer for our "Big Day". By having a destination wedding, not all our friends and family are able to attend and share our special day. Having a great photographer allows us to share those moments, and will ensure that all our special moments get captured. Memories fade away but one can always look at the pictures and remember that beautiful day exactly as it happened. Also, having an experienced photographer ensures that we will not have the same pics guests are taking. Photographers are very creative with their different poses, They add a "wow, that's cool" or "wow that's an awesome pic" factor into their photographs.

            #7 kellykanester

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              Posted 13 August 2012 - 02:27 PM

              Photography is one of the most important things to us on our wedding day. We chose to have a destination wedding because of the beautiful background that sets the tone for our photos. These pictures are the amazing memories that we will look back on and cherish for the rest of our lives and to have a great photographer capture those precious moments is priceless. Without these photos, we will only have faded memories of the day. When we look back in the future, the photos that are taken will spark our memories and feelings and bring us back to that special day.


              Happily married and now Mrs. West


              #8 lashesforever

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                Posted 13 August 2012 - 04:58 PM

                As brides, we spend many months, even years planning this special day, down to every detail.  You only get one chance to capture some of the most important moments in our lives.  Especially the special moments you may not have seen, all because you have an amazing photographer there to capture it all for you. Photography is the only way we can look back years from now and be sent back to that exact moment in time. These are not just photos, they are pieces of artwork and an expression of how the photographer sees our day through their eyes.  It can also be seen as an investment that your family, friends, and even future children can enjoy.  Photography is so important to us for all these reasons and many more.  We want to be able to look back and remember all the moments we shared with each other,  and the people who were able to share in our special day with us. 



                #9 Futuremrsed

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                  Posted 13 August 2012 - 05:08 PM

                  I met the man I am going to marry 7 years ago this week; I was sixteen and he was turning 18. We look back at all of the photos as we grow up together and remember all the amazing times We have shared together. For me the wedding photography is one of the most important things. On my wedding day- I want it to be about him and I and celebrating the love we have for one another, and what better way to capture that than to have a great photographer. Photos we can look back on- show our children, grandchildren. Also I don't want a big wedding, just a destination wedding with the ones closest to me- and I would love to share the best day of my life with friends and family that couldn't experience it with us.

                  #10 Futuremrsed

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                    Posted 13 August 2012 - 05:09 PM

                    I met the man I am going to marry 7 years ago this week; I was sixteen and he was turning 18. We look back at all of the photos as we grow up together and remember all the amazing times We have shared together. For me the wedding photography is one of the most important things. On my wedding day- I want it to be about him and I and celebrating the love we have for one another, and what better way to capture that than to have a great photographer. Photos we can look back on- show our children, grandchildren. Also I don't want a big wedding, just a destination wedding with the ones closest to me- and I would love to share the best day of my life with friends and family that couldn't experience it with us.




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