Sunday, February 26, 2012

wedding photography... preserving your memories

Your wedding day is one of the most memorable days of your life... and preserving those memories is important. When I photograph a wedding, my favorite part of the editing process is selecting photos for the bride and groom's customized DVD. I create a canvas DVD case that holds 2 customized photo DVDs... it is always the icing on the cake...







There you have it. Pretty as a picture... tied with a bow:)

How are you preserving your wedding photos?

5 comments:

Michelle said...

My wedding photos (the negatives) currently live in the back of my filing cabinet (where all our important stuff lives)...lol. Which is NOT good. My goal, tho, is to get them converted from film to a CD (we got married right before digital became a popular medium among professional photographers...and our wedding photographer jumped on that bandwagon soon after our wedding...I'm wishing he would have jumped right BEFORE...but that's OK...the pictures are still gorgeous!) I also have a fancy-schmancy wedding album of all our favs, too. The way you present your client's memories is A-MAZING, btw...such a beautiful presentation...I love it!

Jaimie said...

I got several DVDs with all the pictures, including the formals in four different colors (B&W, color, sepia, and something else), and that came with the rights to print all the pictures. We also have a professional album--the pictures are printed directly on the pages. Then I have one big and one little album of prints, some that others took and some that our photographer took. Plus pictures in frames on the walls. :)

I LOVE how you did all the CD cases! So pretty!

Salena said...

Very cute! Here's a question for you...What is the best way to transfer our wedding photos (on film) to a DVD to keep them safe? They aren't quite 7 years old yet, but I want to convert them before they get too old.

Flossie said...

I love the personalized DVD's!! We had a very low-budget wedding. Our photographer ended up giving us all of our proofs as a gift because we referred another couple to him after our wedding. But I have no CD, DVD or negatives. He has since moved, and I have no idea how to track him down. Any ideas on the best way get prints? I have a few of the proofs just in frames here and there, but there are few that I'd love to blow up and hang.

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