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March 11, 2008

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Janell

Hi Sharyn!
I also like to let pictures sit overnight or even a day or two before I select them. That's why it makes me crazy that most of the photography studios now make you sit at a one-time slide show for 20 minutes and have you select your senior pictures. This happened with my oldest son, and I was second-guessing myself the next day and they finally let me look at them online for an hour. For my next 2, I chose a studio that let me bring the proofs home. I totally get that waiting thing!!

Andi Sexton (rrlscrapgal)

Super good info! Loved reading your process..
Especially the 'wait a couple days before looking again' one... That helps me with lots of projects.. Just wished I was smart enough to use it for monitoring my mouth!

Brita

I LOVE the monitering your mouth comment. Totally. It'd do me a lot of good to do that. I, too, walk away from my pics for a while. Often, I come back liking them much more than the first time.

deB perry

interesting Torm...I sat and thought about it...then took note as I edited a file today...I didn't think that I did but and I DO have an editing process afterall, much like yours...only I am so impatient that I usually download and peek the same day. I always peeked at my christmas gifts too. ha!

Kelley Popp

Great process Sharyn! I'm curious how many photos do you capture at a wedding typically? I've done one and I took over 750 photos. I too found myself waiting one full day before I touched them and I learned a valualbe lesson doing my one and only wedding-to back up. I lost the images and had to recover it was not a good day. But it worked itself out. I can't wait to see your favorites.

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