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Old February 3rd, 2010, 02:38 PM   #1
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So I am just editing this one wedding that I covered for 10 hours and I must say, this will surely be the best wedding video I shot once I am done editing it!

I am considering throwing out my small packages and making a new all day coverage package instead since it looks like this is probably the best way to get EVERYTHING.

Anyone have any opinions about this? 10 hours is usually longer then the time Brides plan for, but I think that even if you just there not doing a ton, you can get alot of great shots with that extra time. I am sure there are exceptions but I would like to hear others ideas. I ve done alot of 5 and 7 hour packages and they do not match the 10 hour package by any means.

I know also on another wedding I covered for 12 hours, that I got a lot of great shots, but it did not go as well as this one, partly because of 3 photographers and one of me, plus the venue was 2 stories with an elevator. It will come out good, but it was slightly limiting.

Looking forward to hearing from you!
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