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    karloznz is offline dPS Forum Member
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    Interesting topic - I am fairly new to wedding photography. I have found that potential clients are interested in how many photos I will provide for them on the final DVD.

    My stock answer is simple its about quality not quantity.

    I did small 2 hour wedding the other day and supplied 60 images edited from 280.

    I know my "hit" ratio is climbing and that got to be good thing.

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    My "average" seems to be that I shoot around 1200 (from bride getting makeup on, to the dancing... all day coverage) On average I deliver from 250 to 500 images. I used to spend a lot of time editing. With Lightroom, I do all my culling in about 2-3 hours, and then I do artistic edits on about 50 of my favorites. That works for me, and my brides have all been very happy ladies.
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    Default Shooting weddings for 15 years

    I shoot as many photos as I can however do not edit them - just simple color and density corrections of the raw files. The final photos in the books and prints get edited.

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    I probably shoot around 1000 frames, or sometimes less, and deliver around 400-450 depending on the length of the day. Mine and my wife's wedding photographer, on the other hand, gave us 850, and every single flipping one was a work of art. Sickening... But then he is brilliant !

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    It depends on how many photographs?

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    I shoot as many photos as I can however do not edit them - just simple color and density corrections of the raw files.
    Well we know that's bullshit for a start.
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    Default How to keep wWdding Photos?

    Hello my friend,

    It is my question also and I know our friends' ideas now.
    For me, I print some important pics. of mine and save all of them in a USB. Make sure I keep them on a private website.

    Tiffany Tran

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    If you are expert in photography then you can take too much snap but editing takes time. So its depend on photo quality and size.

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