Post # 1
I have had issues with how my wedding went, particulary the photos. This weekend I took my wedding ablum to several family Christmas parties and folks keep talking about how wonderful my photos and album were. It really helps to know that others see great stuff, when I didn’t. Actually they (the photos) have grown on me a lot. Sometimes time and a different perspective help a whole lot. It also helps that the other folks are not constantly looking at Blog eye candy. Not that Blog eye candy is bad.
Post # 3
Did you ever post your photos?
Post # 4
I am hoping for that same feeling! All I can see when I look at the pics I have seen are the little rolls of back pudge that stick out over the top of my dress… but apprently nobody else sees it unless I point it out! I’m glad you are coming around, I’m sure they’re gorgeous! 🙂
Post # 5
I kinda felt the same way about my photos. I see all these blogs with super artsy shots – funky angles, or suped-up colors, or faded to look like vintage photos, you know? Mine are beautiful, but they aren’t like the stuff you see on blogs.
But then I realized – hey, mine are still going to look like normal photos in 20 years, and not “wow that was kind of a weird photo style they did back then, Mom. What were you thinking?”
Post # 6
Belle2Be – nope never posted them need to upload from the disc to a computer. I should do that soon. Just got a new laptop on Black Friday, that I’m still transfering stuff too.
Post # 7
@kayakgirl73: I’d love to see them! Sometimes they aren’t really as bad as you think!
Post # 8
Id love to see them too! My photos are not as great as some that I have seen but some of my photos are! The more I look at my photos the more I love them! And I agree, it does feel good when others compliment them!
Post # 9
Yeah, I, too, had to grow on my photos. It took me a few months to become happy with my photos. This was my thread on it.