How do I deliver your photographs?

Wedding

So your wedding has been and gone, and you're looking forward to receiving your finished wedding photographs. A question I get asked a lot is how are they delivered? At the start of this year I've ditched the USB stick. A lot of devices like iPads are now without USB slots therefore making USB (as we know it currently) a bit of dying technology. I decided to deliver all of your images on a password protected gallery. The beauty of this is you don't have to wait for the post man to deliver your USB stick and therefore it's quicker for you to receive your photographs. You can also share the gallery amongst family and friends to view, they can also purchase prints and wall art through the gallery, saving you from managing all their print orders after the wedding!

I've put together a little sample gallery so I can show you how you'll receive your photographs. The only difference is I've turned off the shop option and obviously you would receive a greater number than that currently in the gallery. Once you've opened your gallery, you can download all of your images straight to your computer for you to enjoy for years to come!

TJG PHOTOGRAPHY - SAMPLE ALBUM

The password to enter this gallery is SAMPLE GALLERY

 

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