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Old January 30th, 2016, 08:53 AM   #31
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Re: Indian Wedding shot with an iPhone

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I already have to remind myself not to get mad when I see "professionals" using unlicensed music. Don't get me started on the rest of this stuff.

/bah! fine! I do find it funny that, much like people always using the same 3 or 4 songs in their awful picture slide shows at wedding receptions at their peak, I notice the same 3 or 4 songs used in most of the unlicensed wedding videos.
//No I won't use Christina Pierri's "1000 Years" in your wedding video. You can't make me! I WON'T DO IT!
///OK, I'm better now.
I was sorta referring to using an iPhone for 'videography' and using Pandora/iTunes for a "DJ' (instead of hiring one).

Yeah I know what you mean. I think it's bush league. There's a pretty big vendor here who uses blatantly ripped & new songs (Bruno Mars, Pharrell) it bothers me. They're not big enough to afford the rights for it, but they're big for the city.

Songfreedom actually does have some decent modern songs. Some new hits & older Maroon 5 & stuff. I hope it opens up more & more each year, I don't like duplicating the song for couples in case they saw the song used previously on my site.
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Old February 8th, 2016, 07:35 AM   #32
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Re: Indian Wedding shot with an iPhone

I thought this was relevant to this discussion.

Apple CEO Tim Cook tweeted an iPhone pic from the floor of the Superb Owl. It was... unimpressive.

Tim Cook Shows off How Terrible the Apple iPhone's Camera Can Be
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