I am thinking of buying a nice framed photo that is recognizably DC (landmarks, cherry blossoms, etc., or something more creative) as a wedding gift. I looked at Art.com and everything was pretty generic, 'obvious' and postcard-looking. I'd love to find a photo that is a bit more unique, or even perhaps a cool framed graphic print. My budget is not awesome: I am looking to spend under $300. Any recommendations of websites/photographers/artists I should check out?
posted by imalaowai
on Dec 31, 2013 -
Where can all of my wedding guests post their photos to a group site, in the most painless way possible? [more inside]
posted by kidsleepy
on Aug 28, 2012 -
Should we use a professional photographer for our wedding? Is it worth it, and why? If so, how could we cut costs? [more inside]
posted by EmilyClimbs
on Jun 9, 2012 -
I am getting married soon, and for my reception I'd like to set up an easy system for my friends and family to send me all of the photos that they took during the day. My friends in the past used a shared flickr account, giving the password away so everyone could log into the account and upload the photos. I'm wondering if any mefites have a better solution out there. [more inside]
posted by ajackson
on Feb 27, 2011 -
NYC Wedding Filter: The future Ms. Smatatoes thinks numbered tables for our wedding would be too boring, but the current Mr. Smatatoes doesn't want cutesy names (ie, "Tribeca", "Red Hook"), either. So our compromise is getting nice photographs of numbers from around the city- ie, a shot of the front of a 1 train for table #1, and so on. Here's the question: what are some good, creative places to get a cool shot of the numbers 1-20 around NYC?
posted by paul_smatatoes
on Jun 18, 2008 -
I am looking for a punch similar to the following: Photo Corner Slot Punch
However this puts 2 slots in to the paper. What I am looking for is a punch that only puts one slots into the paper. This 2 slot punch makes the photos slide in and then come out the other slot. The one slot punch I am looking for would hide the corner of the photo creating an octagon effect. I hope this is a good enough explanation and any help would be appreciated.
posted by dyno04
on Feb 9, 2008 -
Looking for a Connecticut wedding photographer and general advice on picking a photographer. [more inside]
posted by Xalf
on Jan 17, 2007 -
It's been suggested that I take wedding pictures at my friend's upcoming wedding in February as the bride and groom are doing a nice low-key affair. What camera do I get, and how do I get
decent at it in 2 months? 3 parts inside [more inside]
posted by 0xFCAF
on Dec 30, 2006 -
I know someone who wants to become an independent professional photographer (of the wedding photo / portrait variety). I want to give this person a book that will teach them how to be independent professional photographer as a gift. Something that will give them some insight into aspects of the job beyond having a keen eye and talent. Can you recommend something?
posted by Infernarl
on Jul 2, 2006 -