DON'T RISK LOSING YOUR WEDDING PHOTOS
YOU ONLY GET ONE CHANCE
DON’T RISK LOSING YOUR WEDDING PHOTOS
Being in the trade for over 15 years you see things that no couples ever see.
I am seeing an increase in photographers coming on groups I am on asking for help, mainly their camera died on a wedding day and asking if anyone can loan them a camera, but also asking how they can get the photos back from a corrupted memory card.
On the first point I will tell you a story that happened to me years ago and its the reason I now carry 2 cameras that save to 2 memory card on a wedding day and that’s without the extra 3 backup cameras in the car.
I was running to get to the church and I had just taken a photo of this church and my 1 month old canon camera just died on me, I had to run back to the car and get the spare camera, this camera saved the day but ever since then I carry 2 of canons professional top of the range 1 series cameras on me, both shoot to 2 cards so I have a backup as I shoot.
In 15 years of shooting hundreds of weddings I have only had 2 camera mal-functions, So glad I now have a backup camera on me at a wedding.
What I am saying is if you value your wedding photos then please ask your photographer how many cameras they carry with them on a wedding and if the cameras shoot to 2 memory cards at once, if they don’t then you are risking having no photos of your wedding.
Everybody seems to think they can be a wedding photographer and that all they need is 1 camera and they will be fine, they wont trust me, I see it daily on groups where photographers put a call out while they are at a wedding asking if anyone can loan them a camera for one reason or another, don’t take a chance on anyone that only has 1 camera, even with new technology things break and that’s why you need backups.
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