All of my current wedding photography packages come with a really beautiful USB drive holding the images my couples are going to treasure for many years to come. USB technology seems to be something which will be around for quite a long time. However, what if something much better comes along in the next five or ten years which makes the USB as laughably obsolete as a floppy disc is to us now?
At the present time, I don’t include prints as a standard part of my wedding photography packages. I used to include them, but everyone wanted something different, or just wanted to print them on their own and save money. I don’t have any problem with this, and I am happy to help my couples find a good quality lab to facilitate the printing directly to my customers. What I do have a problem with is when couples don’t bother getting any prints at all. What if there were to be a hard drive crash, or a fire? I do happen to back up everyone’s wedding photographs online “in the cloud” but what if (God forbid) I suddenly went out of business or (gulp…) died? There are many things that would have to go wrong for those photographs to disappear forever, but it’s not completely impossible.
Not only should you print your favorite photographs from your wedding (or other shoot) for the purposes of longevity, you should get nice print products to showcase your very favorite ones in your home. If you go to http://products.chadwick.photography you can see a variety of really beautiful ways to display your photographs, and they are quite affordable.
I hope you will never find yourself in a situation where your photographs are only accessible through an outdated technology. One of the ways to ensure the longevity of your favorite wedding photographs is to have your favorites printed for display in your home. We are happy to sit down with you in your home and discuss the variety of options available. I hope you will take a look at http://products.chadwick.photography to see just some of those products, and add beautiful art work to your home today.