wedding photography

Discussion in 'Photography' started by photojennic, Sep 5, 2003.

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    photojennic Guest

    Anyone have any new and interesting ideas I would love to hear them...Take
    Care
    Photojennic
     
    photojennic, Sep 5, 2003
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  2. About what?
     
    Robert Nilsson, Sep 5, 2003
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  3. Here is an idea that I just heard about, check out the site it is
    called YourWeddingCD.com
     
    Serial # 19781010, Sep 20, 2003
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    photo35744 Guest

    A long time ago in a galaxy far away a photographer (mentor, Warren Joli
    from CT, deceased) told me that no matter how "far out" the bride was when
    it came time for her to get married she became very "square". I have taken
    his advice and in my 35 years of wedding photography the only things that
    change is hair styles and clothing and if you wait long enough all that will
    repent itself. What happened at today's wedding, happened 30 years ago,
    and will also happen 30 years in the future, different time , different
    place. I have always tried to make "my" weddings a little different with a
    open mind and creative poses. If you love this type of work, and it is work
    you will succeed. If you get up in the morning and dread the day you
    won't. It is up to you and I wish you success.
    Robert P. Pielli, Portraits By Pielli.
     
    photo35744, Sep 21, 2003
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    Diane Guest

    I use this program as well http://www.yourweddingcd.com ! I stumbled on it
    by chance and now my wedding parties love it! And its increased my business
    photograph referrals too. How are you using it??
     
    Diane, Sep 21, 2003
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    Dan R Guest

    www.YourWeddingCD.com

    Help... what does this service offer that cant be done on your PC ?
    Other than saving you the time of messing with it. But you still have to
    resize and organize your photos.. right? There didn't seem to be much
    detail unless you sigh up.

    Puzzled,
    Dan R.
     
    Dan R, Sep 22, 2003
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