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  1. #31
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    Re: That One Phone Call You Never Want To Get

    Jake I am a little disappointed ! You only shot 4gigs of photos ? ;-)


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    Re: That One Phone Call You Never Want To Get

    Quote Originally Posted by Ijustwant1 View Post
    Jake I am a little disappointed ! You only shot 4gigs of photos ? ;-)
    "Shot"? No. "Turned over"? Yes. Imagine what I would have had if they'd told me they were doing group shots on the other side of the property during the reception?!
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    Re: That One Phone Call You Never Want To Get

    There are no "do overs" in wedding photography. You get one shot only to get it right. Screw it up and your rep will go down the toidy quickly. There are no shortage of "photographers" (or as I call them "GWC's", guys with cameras) out there who will do your wedding for $300. Nowhere is "caveat emptor" more true. You REALLY DO get what you pay for. I don't do many weddings any more because my "cheap" package starts at $1000 and I get asked a lot "well, so and so says he will do it for $300". I ask them have they seen examples of their photos? In nearly all cases the answer is no. I tell them to go look at his images. I am not going to bother competing with some amateur who got a camera from Walmart and now calls himself a wedding photographer. With even my "bargain basement" package you will get photos in albums with all the trimmings. NOT a CD or DVD with all of your images on them.
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