Accept only the “Best” for you Wedding Day!
Your memories are too important to take the risk of buying cheaper low quality cameras that often have inferior film, recycled batteries and very short use-by dates.
Our Cameras are NEW body cameras (not recycled bodies) pre-loaded with genuine Fuji 400 ISO 27 exposure film. The built in flash allows you to take fantastic indoor and outdoor photographs, meaning you won’t miss a single moment of your special day.
We have been part of the Australian bridal market for over 18 years with cameras designed by us and made especially for our Australian customers. All our cameras have a special “Cash Back Guarantee” and a genuine two year shelf life for your peace of mind.
Unplugged Weddings – Will they see your wedding photos on Facebook before you’re even married!!!
It sounds extreme but with the likelihood of every guest carrying a phone camera there’s a very real possibility you’ll be seen as a bride on Facebook before you’ve even said “I do”.
Unfortunately they may not be the most flattering shots either, even if your friends are well-meaning and just want to share your day with everyone.
After all being able to choose and post the most flattering photos on Facebook is why the bride and groom engage a skilled professional photographer.
Guests taking control of a wedding’s social media might be a new trend but it’s taking hold quickly and there’s every chance it may happen at your wedding too. The idea is to think ahead before your big day and put plans into place for your guests to enjoy the day without being plugged into their phones and cameras and posting those photos themselves.
How to escape those unwanted photos.
“Unplugged Weddings” are the newest way to stay in control of your special day so you publish the photos you want to be seen, and your professional photographer has the freedom to create beautiful photos of you on your special day without having to compete with your guests to get that great shot.
Start at the beginning.
When you first send out your invites add an “Unplugged Wedding” request card as part of your invitation. For instance: “The Bride and Groom request that our guests turn off their phones & keep their cameras off until after the ceremony. Wedding cameras will be available at the reception for candid shots”.
Ask a family member, friend or your officiant to remind guests to turn off their phones and keep their cameras off until the ceremony is over.
Again, the MC can make the verbal request that phone-cameras aren’t used to upload photos to the internet. And that there are also wedding cameras supplied on each table for the guests to use for candid photos.
The Disposable Camera Company also provides a special “Unplugged Wedding” version of their usual table cards to go with each camera so guests are politely reminded of the bride and groom’s wishes.