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Why It’s Important to Print Your Wedding Photos at a Professional Lab

August 8 2018 by convey

They’re finally here – the digital files that hold within them the only professionally photographed images of your wedding. You can’t wait to look through them – from the ceremony to reception, from portraits to candid shots. You are already picking favorites and falling in love.

With images as beautiful and meaningful as these, then, why sacrifice on quality now at the last minute? Your wedding was important. Your pictures are important. And so printing them out is important, too – they should be given physical life professionally.

Everything you have done for your wedding is about quality. And these pictures are here to last you a lifetime – possibly the most lasting, most shared item from your wedding – don’t ruin all the work, now! Photographs are professionally edited and professionally tuned – but not all printers are. In fact, if you print at anything other than a professional lab, the calibrations will be off, the printing will be less precise, and you have no guarantee your prints will look just as they do on the screen.

A quality wedding deserves a quality print. And, speaking as a photographer, we genuinely love and stand by the pictures we take and share, and stand by professional work. We even stood by your side throughout your entire ceremony – so we’re invested, too! We are proud of our quality and proud of the quality of your special day.

Photography is an art, and you will want someone dedicated to their craft, right? Of course, you do! Think about it in the same terms as your wedding dress: you get what you pay for. Or your catering! Did you go with a professional chef or did you ask a fast food cashier to whip something up?

We thought not. With higher quality materials, higher quality standards and higher quality attention to detail – your permanent memories should never be sacrificed for anything less.

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Sesha Smith
Owner & Photographer of Convey Studios

Sesha has been photographing weddings since 1998. She has so many favorite things from photographing weddings that she can’t pick just one: the bride’s mom helping her daughter get her wedding dress on, the first time a groom sees the bride and he tries to hold back tears.

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