A gift that keeps on giving
By Anne Chertoff
One place you can save money on wedding photography is by not purchasing disposable cameras for guests to use. This late 20th century/early 21st century wedding detail is no longer necessary since most of your guests will probably bring their own digital camera or take a few pictures with their cellphones. After your wedding, you’ll start receiving e-mails from guests sharing photos they took or getting Facebook updates that you’ve been tagged in a photo. These pictures are great for your wedding scrapbook.
You can ensure that some of these shots are great by gifting your parents, or your fiance’s, a new camera as a wedding thank-you gift. My dad took more than a hundred snapshots at my wedding and my sister’s and they were candids of my parents’ family and friends that my photographer didn’t capture.
A new camera just released by Panasonic would make a great gift for your parents, or even a wedding gift for you to give yourself—to capture great honeymoon shots. The LUMIX GF3 is a small and lightweight digital camera with interchangeable lenses and a built-in flash. The features on the LUMIX GF3 include all the features of a traditional DSLR camera but in a compact size. In additional to still photos and video, the camera can also shoot 3D photos. Available in black, white, red and brown for $699 with the 14mm lens kit or $599 with the 14-42mm lens kit (August 2011). For more information and to order the LUMIX GF3, visit panasonic.com/lumix.
Anne Chertoff is the author of The Wedding Organizer available at russellandhazel.com.
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