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Finnrose Photography | Indianapolis Indiana Wedding Photographer

Finnrose Photography | Indianapolis Indiana Wedding Photographer | finnrose photography | Scoop.it
Finnrose Photography specializes in modern, romantic wedding photography for Indianapolis, Indiana and nationwide.

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Travis Kimball's insight:

A disc of 300-600 high-resolution, color corrected images is included in all our packages. This includes a limited release for non-profit personal use and for the purposes of printing and sharing of photos. Full copyright remains the property of Amanda Hoffman and Finnrose Photography thus the images can not be used for profit or submitted for publication without our consent.

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Travis Kimball's curator insight, September 5, 2013 12:57 AM

It’s recommended that  you book your photographer at least 12 months before your wedding date with the bare minimum of 6 months. This allows enough time for engagement sessions and eliminates the stress of last minute preparations. While florists, cake artists, and even caterers can book multiple weddings on a single date, photographers often only book one wedding per weekend, so once that date is booked, it’s gone. All that said, I have booked weddings as close as two weeks away for a December wedding. Don’t hesitate to contact us to see if we are available.

Lucina Gowersn's curator insight, September 6, 2013 5:39 AM

Depending on the image, full retouching can take up to 30 minutes per photo. Multiplying that time over 500 images, this could add up to 250 hours just retouching photos. To make sure you get your images quickly, I just do some minor touch ups and leave extensive edits for those I know will be printed or put into your album. If you are not purchasing and album or prints through me, but would still like to have an image retouched and perfected, there is a $25 fee per image. Minor adjustment such as cropping or changing an image to b&w are done free of charge for up to 25 images.

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Finnrose Photography | Indianapolis Indiana Wedding Photographer

Finnrose Photography | Indianapolis Indiana Wedding Photographer | finnrose photography | Scoop.it
Finnrose Photography specializes in modern, romantic wedding photography for Indianapolis, Indiana and nationwide.
Travis Kimball's insight:

It’s recommended that  you book your photographer at least 12 months before your wedding date with the bare minimum of 6 months. This allows enough time for engagement sessions and eliminates the stress of last minute preparations. While florists, cake artists, and even caterers can book multiple weddings on a single date, photographers often only book one wedding per weekend, so once that date is booked, it’s gone. All that said, I have booked weddings as close as two weeks away for a December wedding. Don’t hesitate to contact us to see if we are available.

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Lucina Gowersn's curator insight, September 6, 2013 5:39 AM

Depending on the image, full retouching can take up to 30 minutes per photo. Multiplying that time over 500 images, this could add up to 250 hours just retouching photos. To make sure you get your images quickly, I just do some minor touch ups and leave extensive edits for those I know will be printed or put into your album. If you are not purchasing and album or prints through me, but would still like to have an image retouched and perfected, there is a $25 fee per image. Minor adjustment such as cropping or changing an image to b&w are done free of charge for up to 25 images.

Travis Kimball's curator insight, September 6, 2013 5:39 AM

A disc of 300-600 high-resolution, color corrected images is included in all our packages. This includes a limited release for non-profit personal use and for the purposes of printing and sharing of photos. Full copyright remains the property of Amanda Hoffman and Finnrose Photography thus the images can not be used for profit or submitted for publication without our consent.