Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2005/04/27

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Subject: [Leica] Re:Doing your Kid's Wedding
From: leicachris at (Christopher Williams)
Date: Wed Apr 27 07:56:27 2005
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8 months to get an album? Hope he's out of business now. Jeez.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Ken Lassiter"
Subject: [Leica] Doing your Kid's Wedding

> Frank Fillipone wrote:
> "How tacky would it be for me to take pictures at the wedding /
> Frank, I took photos at my daughter's wedding.  My wife yelled at me for
> doing so.  I used my M6 and available light during the ceremony and some
> flash at the reception and rehearsal etc.  But we did hire a
> professional photographer too and I made sure I stayed out of his way.
> Afterward I was rewarded and praised as I had photos to show the next
> morning (from a 1- hour lab.) Everybody oohed and ahhhhed. These were
> the only photos we had to share in the family for about 8 months before
> the photographer delivered the final albums.  I made small albums for
> the wedding party and the groom's parents. I am especially glad I did
> because the groom's father was sick and could not attend the wedding.
> And he died before his album came. My photos were the only ones he saw.
> Now that I think of it, I can't remember a time I regret making photos.
>  Go ahead, Frank. With your trusty M camera. you will get photos no one
> else will and you will not bother anyone but your wife.  However she
> will thank you later. Mine did.
> Ken Lassiter

Replies: Reply from bdcolen at (B. D. Colen) ([Leica] Re:Doing your Kid's Wedding)
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