Attention lovers of photography and DIY weddings. Introducing the “I Do” Photographer Network, aka IDPN.
“Perfect for photographers on the go and for couples on a budget.”
IDPN (idophotonet.com) is a new wedding photography network – a place where couples on a budget can find real wedding photographers who won’t blow their budget, along with neat tricks and tutorials for post-processing your own photos after the wedding. After all, wedding photography is probably the one area where it’s best to hire a pro instead of going solo, but that doesn’t mean you can’t do some things on your own.
With IDPN’s DIY Resource Library, you’ll have all the tools you need to edit like a pro. You’ll still have the professional wedding photographer snapping gorgeous photos on your big day, but you’ll be in a position to edit and print your own photos after the big day. It can be done!
Quick links to DIY wedding photography resources:
Backing up and Archiving
Archiving Tip: “Have [your photos] printed at a lab. Printing your pictures off on your home printer will only lay the ink on top of the paper, while lab printing makes the image part of the chemical process of the paper itself.”
Organizing your images
“The organization process also involves making decisions about the images that you want to keep for products like wall prints, cards and albums, and images that you just want to store in your archives.”
Retouching and enhancing (Tons of photo editing tutorials here!)
The IDPN blog provides great ideas for creating DIY wedding albums, photo editing and retouching, and printing your own wedding photos. Wedding photos make great gifts for bridesmaids, groomsmen, and the entire wedding party. Not to mention, excellent gifts for the parents at Christmas!
Go on, check out IDPN’s fabulous blog – there’s something in it for everyone. Here are some examples.
Photo display idea: Hang your photos with ribbon (who doesn’t love ribbon crafts?!)
Pinterest round up – photo envelopes (okay, this is really, really cool!)
IDPN bridges the gap between DIY brides and professional wedding photographers. IDPN attracts wedding photographers who are looking to spend less time editing photos and more time taking photos. On the flip side, IDPN attracts brides and grooms interested in editing their own photos to save money without sacrificing quality photography.
The IDPN facebook page is a must follow: “I Do” Photographer Network
They have lovely ideas from all around the web, and I can honestly say, I’m inspired!
Now go on, and get inspired too. Then tell us all about it!
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