It’s one of the most important days of your life! Your Wedding Day. Here are 5 things not to do to ensure your photos are as beautiful as the Wedding Day!
Asking your sister, cousin or neighbor take your photos because they’re free or less expensive is a big mistake. Photography is much more than snapping a picture. Spend time researching and finding a photographer that fits your style. Bottom line: you get what you pay for.
Professional photographers spend hours importing, exporting, organizing and digitally editing your photos. Don’t expect your digital photo session to be ready overnight, be clear with your photographer as to what your needs are and any deadlines before you begin.
Your wedding day will move quickly. Avoid regrets by planning ahead with your photographer who you’d like photos with to be sure you don’t forget anyone. Photoshop can’t do it all, be photo ready by removing cell phones from pockets, lanyards, sunglasses and objects that distract.
It happens. 90% of Photographers now send download links of photo sessions with an online cloud-based platform like Pixieset, Shootproof, or Passgallery. Unless your photographer provides prints, it’s up to you to do something with your photos. Download all of the images to your computer, print and back them up! These files are big. Downloading the full photo session to your phone will take up a large amount of storage space. Do not use social media as backup, they will automatically be compressed for web and social viewing.
Photos from email, text, facebook, instagram or (gasp!) a screenshot will print grainy and pixelated. When printing photos, always use the original high-resolution file. Our online ordering system will give you a warning if your photo is low resolution, and we’re always available to help.
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