Making Your Photo Selection and Photo Editing Procedures:-
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Aloha! Welcome to the making your photo selection and editing procedures page of my website.
I created this page to assist you with the next step after our photo session.
The SD card you received at the end of the photo session is the proofs or unedited Jpeg files. (with no watermark)
If you are using a PC, go to my computer, the drive representing the SD card, and transfer the files.
If you are using a Mac, once your computer recognizes the SD card, the files will be on the desktop. Open the folder and drag the files from there.
Please don't use any automated upload software. It will give you the wrong file numbers, which must match my file numbers.
*Please include the full file name when sending you an image selection for editing. It should look something like _CP_1234.jpg.
*Please make sure they are in numerical order.
*Please don't attach the actual files to the email.
Once you have reviewed the proofs, you would then decide if you would like to add photo retouching.
If your photo session included editing, you would email me the image numbers for the files you would like edited and any special instructions for each image.
I would then edit the images you would like edited. Once the edited images are ready, you will receive an email via Dropbox with the electronic edited images printable to 24x36.
* Please Note! The SD card is formatted for a Canon Camera and is viewable on any Canon Camera, Mac Computer, Windows Computer, and an Ipad with an SD Card attachment.
If your device does not have an SD card slot, you can purchase an SD Card reader from Amazon.
Packages with Editing:-
Most of the Packages include Level Two Editing. Before submitting your image selections for editing, take a moment to review what Level Two has. I also offer Level Three Editing if you want more done to your images. See: Photo Retouching
Things To Consider:-
We strongly suggest making a copy of the images on the SD Card.