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This past Saturday I spent the entire day photographing a wedding. The bride wanted to be treated as a model and I did my very best to meet/exceed her expectations. I hope she will be happy!
The marriage ceremony took place in the gazebo in the Marietta (GA) Square and the reception was in the nearby Marietta History Museum. BTW, I recommend checking the museum out - it is very interesting!
Now the fun starts! I have close to 1,000 pictures (12 hours of photography) to manage, which means deleting the ones I don't like and duplicates, and then reviewing each for cropping, conversion to B&W, Sepia Tone, Cream Tone, etc. cropping, and adding some requested special effects. All of the will take almost as long as taking the pictures. Luckily I've already gotten through a lot of it and am well on my way to giving access to the Bride and Groom so they can select the pictures they want for their album and sharing with their friends. It was a real privilege for me to do this and I am really happy that they put their confidence in me to get the job done, which I wouldn't have been able to do as effectively without the assistance of my wife. Thank you!
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