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I know exactly what you mean, and I am waiting for my Canon D-60 to arrive any day now. I don't shoot weddings, I do fine art. I was accustomed to shoot film then take the film to a real studio, but that would be a 6 hour drive one way, now. I used a scanner to move the results to computer. But since I moved to south central NM I have found nothing, nothing but automated processing. And so when the D-60 arrives I'll be putting the Elan aside until I learn how to do my own black and white developing. Seize the process! Lil Original Message: Date: Sun, 26 May 2002 21:26:43 -0700 From: "Rick Cambra" <email@example.com> Subject: Digital Cameras, Photoshop, Fugi Frontier and Weddings Are any of you using a digital camera to shoot weddings with; downloading then correcting color balance and density in Photoshop; burning the prints to CD's then taking the CD's to a lab with a "digital laser light printer" such as the Fuji Frontier 370 or 390? If so what kind of results are you getting and what digital camera are you using and what kind of problems did you encounter that you did not anticipate on? <snip> I would greatly appreciate any feedback on-line or direct e-mail. I'm at my wits end with photo labs. I've tried enough labs to know they are not set up to print weddings properly and most just want to rush the film through. I'm sure most of you know what I'm talking about. It's not that the people who work in the labs don't care, it's just that the system now caters to quantity over quality. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.