Contact us! We would love to hear more about your special day and do a obligation free meeting with you to talk about how we might fit into your day. Here is a timeline of events in your wedding photography planning with Bast Photography.
WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY PLANNING TIMELINE
YES! That means you can print them, post them, share them as much as you like. You will receive a digital version of your pictures on disc / flash drive / cloud with a printing consent form that you can use as proof of your rights. We hope that you love your pictures and would be willing to pass along our name to your friends and family. Bast Photography does retains the rights to use the pictures for promoting the business, but this can be negotiated based on your circumstance (pending adoptions, job social media privacy, ect.)
Wedding clients will receive a flash drive in the mail including all their edited wedding pictures. All other clients will receive a DVD with the high resolution images. If your computer has not disc reader, let us know and we can use a digital delivery method.
If the picture looks good, we will edit it and provide it to you! We generally take three to four shots at a time, so we have options to pick from when editing. (We avoid giving you blinking pictures or practice shots.) Weddings generally receive between 900 and 1500 pictures depending on the length of the wedding shoot. Portrait sessions range between 100 to 200 edited images.
The largest concern when editing is exposure (how light or dark the parts of the picture are) in addition to the composition (the general layout of the subject compared to the background). Light temperature will be adjusted to match the time of day or light used in the picture. If there are duplicate pictures, usually one will be flipped to black and white. On occasion distractions will be removed from the images using cloning and healing.
We use Canon gear; nothing against the other brands! My first camera was the late 1970's version of the Canon AE-1 35mm film camera. When it came time to move into digital it seemed logical to purchase a Canon digital SLR in 2005 and I have been sticking with Canon since then. Below is a list of the gear we use for our shoots: