Post # 1
Hey there everyone!! I’m new the wedding bee but LOVE the site!! I had a question about what kind of photographer you used? The guy we are looking at is extremely inexpensive which is a huge plus but he doesn’t offer any sort of digital option for photos. Do you think it’s a big deal?
Post # 3
It’s a big deal for me because I love technology and computers. I can also create albums for my parents, wedding party, etc. and make prints on my own with the digital files. I guess depending on what you’ll use them for (or ifyou’ll use them at all) should be your deciding factor. Hope this helps!
Post # 4
i want digital, everything is digital these days and scans just arn’t that good.
Post # 5
For me digital is better. You can always go back and reprint those photos if you have them stored somewhere on the Internet, but if you lose actual prints, they’re just gone.
Post # 6
What do you mean by digital option? Are they shooting film or digital? Do you mean that they just don’t offer digital files?
Some old school photographers dislike the digital age because the feel that it is stealing from their business…..people are getting their own prints and making their own ablums. To do this they need digital files. This is why photographers charge so much for the digital CD of high res files.
Not having an option for the files is odd. Most of the time the photographers that don’t want to part with them at least offer them but at an outrageous price. For event photography, this is very rare to not have this option. It’s more popular for portraits.