||[Sep. 11th, 2005|03:01 pm]
For the wedding photos, we got a package from a local photographer which included him taking photos of the whole event, and included 30 prints for us. He would sell prints to other people who wanted them, and we'd have the option to buy the copyright at a later date. |
In the end, the photographer decided to sell us the copyright at the same time as we collected the prints. So, we now have the prints (nicely placed in an album by Hilary), and a couple of cds with the jpegs on. We got two sets - one was the un-edited versions of all the shots, and we also got the edited and touched up versions of those we got prints of.
I've put the photos online, using photopub:
If anyone wants prints, there are two options. The first one is to find the photograph number (between 1 and 320) for the photos you want. Then, ring the photographer (Albert Wilkins, 01865 244694), tell him the numbers you want + any cropping etc you want done + what size prints you want. He'll tweak the photos, print them, and send them on to you.
The second option is to decide which photopub photo numbers you like (7500-7550, see the URL when viewing to figure out). Email me the numbers you want, and I'll post you a cd with the highest quality images on it (the ones online have been shrunk to render quicker). You can then edit them as you wish, and get them printed up yourselves.
2005-09-14 03:20 pm (UTC)
So, we now have the prints (nicely placed in an album by Hilary), and a couple of cds with the jpegs on.
That is most impressive. Our prints have been sitting in a cardboard box at my parents' house for a year!
Someday we might even find a non-vomit-inducing, non-exorbitant photo album, you never know ...
2005-09-14 08:34 pm (UTC)
Re: Very Organised!
Our album came from John Lewis's. It's nice, plain, and wasn't too much. They had a fair range too