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My first solo wedding, C&C wanted

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Dec 02, 2009 05:33 |  #16

ChrisKraftPhoto wrote in post #9117985 (external link)
I was trying to get a feel for what the client wanted with regards to PP. I have done some random stuff though :D

And this is not the 'print set'. I do two types of files; those for digital viewing and others for print. These are from the digital set.

As already mentioned you will stop doing this when you have experienced clients ordering stuff from you in standard sizes. Even if you leave everything at standard 3:2 ratios its hard enough satisfying some standard print sizes without making it harder for yourself.

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Dec 03, 2009 13:29 |  #17

3,5 and 6 for me.

Some people prefer the style of a set of photos to be consistant, to me, it's fine to mix-n-match. Not saying I like the style of... oh let's say, 1 or 4, but I don't have a problem with mixing techniques. It's nothing more than an opinion. I get tired of looking at the same style photography after a few pics. Would much rather mix it up. Now, laying them out in an album, I wouldn't mix and match to dramatically from spread to spread and wouldn't mix and match at all on any particular spread

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Dec 03, 2009 16:50 |  #18

You may have them someplace, but I would like to see some shots with a more joyous expression on the bride's face. She always seems serious.

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