I just got back yesterday from a whirlwind trip to PA to shoot RJ and Stephanie’s wedding. The first thing I do when I get home from any session is to download the images that I captured. In the case of weddings, that translates to about 9 cards worth, or around 1400 images. Jason and I both shoot every part of each wedding. In case one of us has a memory card or equipment failure, we can be sure that we are still capturing everything. We change cards frequently, so that if we ever lose a card, we won’t lose a ton of images along with it. After I download the images, I back them up on my hard drive, an external hard drive, dvds, and online. So even if my house burns down, I still have the images! After that is done, I start going through everything we captured and select the best shots, eliminating duplicates, blinks or the occasional out of focus shot. We usually end up with 400 or more great ones. That’s where I am right now. Tomorrow I will start the editing process, which will take me a couple of days to complete. BUT as I was going through the images, I picked out what I think was my favorite shot that Jason captured:
And this might be my favorite from the shots that I captured:
Both of these used off camera flash to highlight the beautiful light at dusk that we were shooting in. I have a feeling that there may be lots more “favorites” coming up – I’ll be sure to post more after I finish the editing. Meanwhile, I hope these two are having a fabulous time in Aruba!