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#11 albianstar

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    Posted 12 December 2007 - 02:35 AM

    such good info
    i didt know there was ways us laymen could retouch our own pics!

    #12 KLK

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      Posted 12 December 2007 - 07:21 AM

      The photographer sets this, talk to them and make a deal, tell him what you want and he/she should be able to work with you, you're guests on the other hand, will have to pay the big bucks!

      #13 rodent


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        Posted 12 December 2007 - 08:49 AM

        Originally Posted by albianstar
        such good info
        i didt know there was ways us laymen could retouch our own pics!
        Do you have photoshop? If not, you can get a copy of photoshop elements for about $20 on ebay. That's all you need to do most retouching. There are several threads with tips on how to do stuff. Also, just googling "photoshop tutorials" brings up a lot of stuff. I started photoshopping a lot recently to remove my friend's sunburn in all her wedding pictures. I'm now learning lots of other techniques so I can be really good at it by my wedding. I like being able to remove people from vacation photos, fix stray hairs, etc.

        Sorry to threadjack!

        #14 jayreilly

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          Posted 14 December 2007 - 11:51 AM

          $10 is very fair. but it all depends on what was in the package or negociated at the time of booking. Perhaps you can buy digitla images from him...or maybe you got an album??

          I am NOT a pictage fan at all but i think as long as your photographer is managing his files correct(and Sergio is top notch in that category) then the prints should be as good as any other lab. In my opinion.

          If you want a lot of 4x6s, you might try email sergio direct and working up a deal. Pictage takes a nice chunk of change from the photog and if you had a large order, it might be more beneficial for both of you to go direct to the photog. The photog might not want to do it, but you never know, worth a try.

          good luck!!

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