What does ‘Touched up’ mean?
We have a certain style to our images. We work hard on the wedding day to give you the unique, romantic, gorgeous photos you have always wanted.
Our work is very consistent between weddings. What you see on the blog and website (the pinky, airy, romantic look) is what you will be getting in your images.
Here is a link to examples of our retouching: http://www.eternalreflectionsblog.com/?p=4786
When we “beautifully enhanced” an image, it means we will bring out the colors, give it that ‘wow’ factor, we give it our ‘style’ (that you see on our website and blog), it does not mean that we will remove that mole, touch up your mothers roots, thin you down, remove the tattoo, changing eye color, tan lines, remove a scar, fixing dress problems, remove considerable acne, turning a frown into a smile, whitening the teeth ect…
For all these additional enhancements, please send your photographer an email with the number of images you would like touched up additionally and we can certainly get you a quote on how much that would cost and how long that would take.
We want you to LOVE everything about your photos, so here are a few things that we recommend you do in advance (prior to your wedding day):
(If you are wanting ERP to do these adjustments in the editing process, there is an additional charge – inquire with your photographer)
:: Getting your teeth whitened
:: Getting your hair colored (if needed), making sure the friends and family who will be in photos have their roots touched up.
:: Hiring a makeup artist to airbrush your skin so it is glowing and flawless for the entire day
:: Getting your hair professionally done- exactly how you want it.
:: If your groom has less than perfect skin, putting a hint of makeup on him goes along way.
:: If you are wanting to slim down for your wedding, we can recommend personal trainers and ‘wedding boot camps’ that are fabulous.
:: Make sure you have no obvious tan lines- if there is, consider getting a spray tan to even out your skin tones or ask your makeup artist to make them disappear.
:: Have your bridesmaids bring your make up along during formal photos, as well as extra bobbypins