Post # 17
@kris325: I am so sorry to hear this happened to you. 🙁 I think that you are justified in being angry and heartbroken. Your photographer’s work is unacceptable. At first I thought you must have used a friend to take amateur photos because I would not expect a “professional” to do such a shoddy job. I agree with the poster who says that you should not have to pay for such poor work. Professional wedding photographers should have the right equipment to be able to shoot non-blurry photos in dim lighting.
I agree that the best solution might be to have a more reputable photographer take some nice “after the wedding” portraits of you and your husband dressed up again in a scenic location (“rock the frock” photos or something similar). It’s sad that you can’t get the photo of your husband’s face, but at least then you will have some nice photos to remember how you both looked on the big day at least.
Post # 18
@kris325: You’re extremely welcome, it really wasn’t a bother, if you’d like me to edit a couple more just upload them here and I’ll edit them , if I can do a little thing to make your wedding regrets smaller and make the memories of your day a little happier that would be great!
@Bellagiobride: Aww thanks, you’re too kind , thats the thing I love about this site, you can try to help people thousands of km away whether its with opinions (those that aren’t snarky haha) or a little photo edit.
Post # 19
I don’t like one picture of me from the wedding day… This may be my fault though because I put on quite a bit of weight this year but when I look back at the pictures it makes me wonder just how not good I looked as opposed to how good I thought I looked.
You look so, so beautiful. If you can’t put these thoughts out of your head just yet, know that you’ll look back and feel so silly about these mini-regrets, because you really do look very pretty. Photography issues aside, look how nice your make-up looks! I also love when brides choose to wear their hair in a more natural, familiar style. It looks like you. If you have children, and they see these photos in ten years, they’ll ooh and aah over how lovely their mama looked, rather than asking, “who is that fancy lady next to daddy?”
Cuff links still may turn up — my fingers are crossed for you!