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I switched to all digital wedding photography last summer. Cameras used are the D1x and D1H. My workflow includes batch processing using Nikon Capture and finishing in Photoshop. I burn the images on to a CD and have them printed on a Fuji Frontier. Results are excellent. Time for preparing images has increased but the nice thing is that now I have control over color, contrast and cropping. Tom ----- Original Message ----- From: "Rick Cambra" <email@example.com> To: "A A Leben List" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Cc: "A A P-O-V List" <EPSONx7x_Printers@yahoogroups.com> Sent: Monday, May 27, 2002 12:26 AM 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? > > 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. > > I have 2 choices, go with a digital camera or go out of the area in search > of hoping to find a lab that caters to quality. I have gotten some > information from Fuji and Andy Park (a member of the Leben List) about labs > our of my area, but I hate to commit to another wedding. I keep getting > calls but don't want to find myself in the same boat again. > > I have an Epson 1280, but think the time to print, plus the wear and tear on > the unit would make using a printer such as the Frontier a better choice to > print on. > > Rick Cambra > email@example.com - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.