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Wedding Photog sued for poor pictures

 
ErrolEPhotography
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Jan 11, 2010 11:15 |  #91

wow!


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Jan 11, 2010 23:20 |  #92

Must say I know how they feel.When I got married back in 86(1986 not 1886) my wife had a customer at the bank she used to work at that done weddings on the side.He was in real estate so she got a good price(according to him) for the photo's.I wasnt in to photography back then and not knowing any better said ok.Now I look at the wedding pictures and I can pretty much pick out all the stuff he didnt do to make the photo's interesting.We have shadows where we shouldnt have and hands coming out the edge of the frame,poor lighting,I'm sure you all can get the picture,so yes I do feel sorry for them.




  
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cppalermo
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Jan 12, 2010 18:01 |  #93

wow pure garbage


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Feb 10, 2010 10:44 |  #94

This makes me sick, I'm still learning but even my photos are not this bad.

Serves the git right for using automatic and from the crappy footage of the video a bloody cell phone quality camera mode.


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Joe ­ the ­ Photog
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Feb 11, 2010 09:40 |  #95

JWright wrote in post #8772048 (external link)
The couple wants to reshoot the ceremony so they have some lasting images from their wedding. I wonder where they're going to find a photographer to do that now that they have gone public with the fact they sued their last photographer? I'll bet the only photographer they're going to find willing to take on that job is another hack. No competent photographer is going to touch them...

I know that I'm late to the dance, but I'd be willing to bet some quality photog out there would do it for a song just for the publicity.




  
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Feb 11, 2010 10:03 |  #96

Joe the Photog wrote in post #9588334 (external link)
I know that I'm late to the dance, but I'd be willing to bet some quality photog out there would do it for a song just for the publicity.

It wouldn't surprise me if some crappy mag gets in on the act and gets some complete monkey to shoot it with an iPhone just to show how 'easy' it is to take good wedding photo's and highlight just how bad his were!!! god can you imagine the pressure of a reshoot with all the time contraints that would have...!!!! err... that'll be there isn't any :lol:


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Feb 11, 2010 15:48 |  #97

Yeoer wrote in post #9588450 (external link)
It wouldn't surprise me if some crappy mag gets in on the act and gets some complete monkey to shoot it with an iPhone just to show how 'easy' it is to take good wedding photo's and highlight just how bad his were!!! god can you imagine the pressure of a reshoot with all the time contraints that would have...!!!! err... that'll be there isn't any :lol:

Yeah, I'd not charge the wedding couple if I knew the photos turned out ****.


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benesotor
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Feb 15, 2010 07:42 |  #98

My first wedding at age 16 was quite a bit better!
I'm interested into what equipment he was using.

Also, where can I watch their wedding video?




  
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Feb 15, 2010 08:14 |  #99

Looks like he found P mode. :)


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Feb 15, 2010 19:59 |  #100

cdifoto wrote in post #9612572 (external link)
Looks like he found P mode. :)



He hasn't found the horizon yet though.


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Stealthy ­ Ninja
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Feb 17, 2010 03:33 |  #101
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Oh my... I've not seen so many dutch tilts for years.




  
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