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WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY TIMELINE | IDEAL TIMES FOR YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY

With the diversity of the cultural aspects of our weddings, it’s difficult to pinpoint an exact wedding photography timeline template. However, there are ideal time frames you should consider when planning your day. Some of these times may seem long on paper but keep in mind that 1) the day will fly by, 2) most weddings run slightly behind schedule, and 3) we’ll make these photo sessions fun, so it won’t seem like a long time.

RINGS, DRESS, SHOES, AND OTHER DETAILS

* Ideal Time Allotment – 30 minutes
* Ideal Time of the Day – Morning
* Ideal Location – Bridal Suite or Hotel Suite

* Advice – Having at least 30 minutes for details ensures that we have plenty of time to get that perfect photo of the dress, rings, shoes, bouquets, and the other details of the day.

There are times when a hotel room is too crowded or simply unappealing; we have to take the dress all the way down to the lobby or even outside. This can take some time, but as you can see from the results, it’s well worth the additional work.

PREPARATION

* Ideal Time Allotment – 60 minutes
* Ideal Time of the Day – Morning or Early Afternoon
* Ideal Location – Bridal Suite or Hotel Suite

* Advice – Having an hour of preparation is ideal for our style. During this time, we are getting close ups of the makeup and hair being applied as well as the candid moments and the bridesmaids and groomsmen get ready for the day. Keep in mind that these are some of the most emotional and fun times of the day, so you don’t want to cut it short.

The lead shooter will be with the bride while the second shooter will be with the groom. While it doesn’t take guys an hour to get dressed, there are still tons of great moments during this time between the groom and his family and friends.

INDIVIDUAL PORTRAITS

* Ideal Time Allotment – 30 minutes
* Ideal Time of the Day – Morning or Early Afternoon
* Ideal Location – Bridal Suite, Hotel Suite, Venue Lobby, or Venue Garden
* Advice – Right after prep is the best time for individual portraits of the bride and groom (separately). Besides makeup and hair being completely fresh, the day hasn’t gotten hectic yet so we can take our time and get those perfect portraits.

Also, keep in mind that the window lighting in most hotel rooms creates a unique look that can’t be duplicated in any environment throughout the rest of the day.

FIRST LOOK AND DAYTIME COUPLES SESSION

* Ideal Time Allotment – 45-60 minutes

* Ideal Time of the Day – Morning or Early Afternoon
* Ideal Location – Venue Garden, Empty Venue Hallway (shaded areas with natural light)

* Advice – The first look should be around 45-60 minutes. During this time, the bride and groom enjoy seeing each other for the first time on the wedding day. While the actual first look might only be 5-10 minutes, the rest of the time is spent on a few basic portraits of the bride and groom.

Ideally we are saving the bulk of the couples session for later (see the “couples session” section below). However, if there is no other time in the day, it is best to allocate another 45 minutes to an hour here so that we make sure we have enough photos of just you two.

WEDDING PARTY PHOTOS

* Ideal Time Allotment – 45-60 minutes
* Ideal Time of the Day – Morning or Afternoon
* Ideal Location -Venue Lobby, Venue Garden, Beach, Park, Off-site Location
* Advice – Wedding Party Photos should be around 45 minutes to 1 hour. During this time, we get a variety of shots in a variety of poses. We start off with the basic, classic photos focused on great expressions and lighting.

Then we move into a set of fun and creative shots. Finally, we know how much your wedding party means to you, so we are sure to get pictures with you and each one of your bridesmaids or groomsmen individually.

IMMEDIATE FAMILY

* Ideal Time Allotment – 30-45 minutes
* Ideal Time of the Day – Morning or Afternoon
* Ideal Location -Venue Lobby, Venue Garden, Beach, Park, Off-site Location

* Advice – Immediate Family Photos should take another 45 minutes. It’s important to have additional images with your parents, grandparents, and siblings beyond the basic formal (mentioned in the section below).

Plan on 3 minutes per group on average. For example, if you have 10 groups, schedule in a 30 minute time slot.

We all know how much weddings mean to the immediate family, and we want to make sure we’re capturing enough pictures with them.

CEREMONY DETAIL AND VENUE

* Ideal Time Allotment – 30 minutes
* Ideal Location – Ceremony Site
* Ideal Time of the Day – Morning or Afternoon
Advice – Please allow 30 minutes for the second shooter to take pictures of the ceremony site, completely set up with no guests or vendors in the area.

Before you have the guests seated, it’s important that we are there to capture the complete set up of your ceremony site so we can capture the scene at its best.

FORMALS (EXTENDED FAMILY, IMMEDIATE FAMILY, AND FRIENDS)

*Ideal Time Allotment – 45-60 minutes
*Ideal Time of the Day – Morning or Afternoon (Post Ceremony)
*Ideal Location – Ceremony Site
Advice – Formals should take around 45 minutes to 1 hour depending on the size of your family and the number of guests.

Plan on 3 minutes per group on average. For example, if you have 10 groups, schedule in a 30 minute time slot.

Some couples have decided that they want a picture with all guests while others have decided that they only want pictures with select VIPs to save time. We recommend something in between.

We also recommend being very organized, with a list of groups and helpers from each side of the family to help round people up.

COUPLES SESSION

* Ideal Time Allotment – 1 hour
* Ideal Time of the Day – Late Afternoon (Sunset)
* Ideal Location – Venue Garden, Beach, Hotel Lobby, Park
* Advice – Couple session should be around 1 hour and should take place ideally 30 to 45 minutes before sunset. The is the best time in terms of lighting.

It also allows us to capture the awesome scenic shots with colorful skies. If your wedding is in downtown or in an area with tall buildings, it’s not as important for us to have this specific time frame (although it still helps).

However, if you booked your venue because of the spectacular view of the ocean or the gorgeous vines in the winery, it’s essential to follow this advice in your timeline.

RECEPTION DETAIL AND VENUE

* Ideal Time Allotment – 30 minutes
* Ideal Time of the Day – Early Evening
* Ideal Location – Reception Site
* Advice – Please allow 30 minutes for the second shooter to take pictures of the reception room, completely set up with no guests or vendors in the area.

Similar to the ceremony details, this is the only opportunity we have to capture the beauty of the reception room prior to guest arrival.

RECEPTION FIRST LOOK

* Ideal Time Allotment – 10-15 minutes
* Ideal Time of the Day – At the end of Cocktail Hour before doors open for guests
* Ideal Location – Reception Site
* Advice – This is when the reception space is revealed to the couple for the first time. It’s a great opportunity to capture a genuine reaction, as well as a moment alone with the dance floor to practice your first dance, which also makes a great photo!

COUPLES SESSION – RECEPTION SNEAK OUT

* Ideal Time Allotment – 20-30 minutes
* Ideal Time of the Day – Dusk to Night Time
* Ideal Location – Areas with interesting lights, fountains, cityscapes and mirrors
* Advice – During the reception, please plan on sneaking out for a couple of night shots. We only need 20-30 minutes, as we understand the importance of being a good host. However, this time is important if you appreciate the night photography that we deliver. The ideal time for this is right after you grab a bite to eat or during the open floor dancing after you’ve danced a few songs and would like a break. Another suggestion would be to get these shots at the very end of the night once all the guests have departed.

OTHER THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND

Table Shots – Table shots are when you go around visiting tables. There are two options for photography during this time. (1) You can take formal pictures with each of these tables or (2) we can simply focus on photojournalism, capturing the smiles and hugs as you mingle with each table. If you’re planning on doing formal table shots, please keep in mind that these will take about 3-5 minutes per table. For example 20 tables would require 60-100 minutes of time.

ADDITIONAL WEDDING DAY DETAILS

For cultural weddings like Indian weddings, there are elements like the Baraat that require time to photograph.

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FAQ’s
june 25, 2017, posted in company information
We’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions for your convenience. If you have other questions, feel free to email our studio at Dreams2realitystudios@gmail.com

INDEX OF QUESTIONS

General Questions

Do you deliver every image you shoot?
Does your studio provide videography services?
Do you do destination weddings?
Have you shot at my venue before?
Which photographer will be shooting my wedding?
Do you provide partial day coverage?
Do you shoot in JPEG, Small Raw, or Large Raw?
Do you shoot Quinceaneras, Debutants, Bah Mitzvahs, or Corporate Events?
Does your studio do Headshots, Individual Portraits, Family Portraits, Newborn Shoots, or Product Photography?
Style and Quality Questions

What is your philosophy regarding photography?
What is your photography style?
My venue is very dark. How does your studio handle these situations and can I see samples?
Is there a style or quality differences among the master photographers?
Blog Entry Questions

How do I get my wedding published on other wedding blogs or magazines?
Post Production Questions

Do you touch up all the images on our image download?
What do you mean by “touching up” the photos?
Wedding Day Questions

How many hours do you suggest we set aside for wedding day photos?
I have downtime between events on my wedding day. Will I be charged for that downtime?
What happens if we go over the contracted amount of time?
Why do we need to charge for additional coverage?
Engagement Session Questions

When can we expect to see our photos from our engagement session?
When should we do our engagement session?
Can we schedule our engagement session for the weekend?
How many images do you typically deliver from and engagement session? From a wedding?
I’d like you to Photoshop our name and date into the save-the-dates, is that included in the package pricing?
When and where can we view our engagement pictures?
Image Download Questions and Legal Questions

What size can we print our photos up to with our full resolution images?
What rights do I have to the digital prints?
Do you provide the RAW files from my engagement session and wedding day?
How many images do you deliver on the image download?
Do you provide the digital negatives after the shoot?
What if I lose my images?
Albums, Prints, Framing, Sign-In Books, and Slideshow Questions

How long does it take to get my prints?
How long does it take to get my album?
How long does it take to get my sign-in book?
What album companies do you offer?
Can I add more pages and images to my album?
How do I get started on my wedding album?
How do I get started on my engagement album?
Do you guys provide framing services as well?
Equipment Questions

What type of camera/equipment do you use?
Business Insurance and Image Backup Questions

Do you backup our images? How can we ensure that our images won’t be lost?
Do you have Liability Insurance?
Meeting Policies

We live out-of-town. Is it possible for our family/friends to meet with you instead?
We’re very busy and won’t be able to meet. What are our other options?
Do you travel to meet clients?
How do I set up an appointment to meet you in person and see some of your work?
Payment and Tax Questions

How do I reserve you for my date?
What if we exceed our contracted time for our engagement shoot and/or wedding day coverage?
Is there an additional fee if we pay via credit card?
If we cancel the wedding will we receive our deposit back?
If we change our wedding to a different date will we be able to use our deposit towards a future date?
Are there travel fees associated with the Engagement Session and/or Wedding Day shoot(s)?
Why do you charge travel fees?
Do you offer any discounts on weekday weddings, Sunday weddings, or weddings during the offseason?
If I pay for my package in cash will we be able to avoid paying sales tax or receive a discount?

GENERAL QUESTIONS

Q: Do you deliver every image you shoot?

A: No, we do not. We eliminate duplicate images, test shots, missed focused shots, shots with bad expressions and other images that may dilute the overall product delivery. For example, because we shoot with low apertures, sometimes we take a few extra shots to make sure we have the perfect focus. We don’t expect you to have the expertise or the time to zoom into each image to select the one with the sharpest focus, so we spend hours doing that on our end. In another example, candid laughs and emotional tears are some of the best images from the day. Unfortunately, they can also yield some unflattering facial expressions. We might snap a few extras of any of these moments to make sure we have a great shot with the ideal expression for the moment. With our expertise of processing millions of images each year, we may eliminate ones that we feel are duplicates and only deliver the best one.

Q: Does your studio provide videography services?

A: Yes, we do. Please inquire with us about our rates.

Q: Have you shot at my venue before?

A: We have shot at hundreds of venues, so there is a good chance that we have. However, if we have not, we will get to the venue early on the day of and be sure to perform a thorough walk-through to scout out the best photography locations. We also do extensive online research prior to your big day!

Q: Do you do destination weddings? What additional fees are associated with destination weddings?

A: While Dreams2Reality Studios is based out of Jacksonville, Florida and Duval County, we serve clients all around the world. Our destination wedding photography packages include the cost of travel and reasonable accommodations. Because of our frequent trips to the Daytona Area, special, lower rates may apply depending on the specific circumstances.

Q: Which photographer will be shooting my wedding?

A: Typically, the photographer you meet with will be the photographer for your engagement session and wedding. You may request to meet with a specific photographer; otherwise, we’ll make the decision based on personality, availability, language abilities, and your referral.

Q: Do you provide partial day coverage?

A: We typically do not provide partial day coverage on weekends.

Q: Does your studio do head shots, individual portraits, family portraits, newborn shoots, commercial photography, or other types of photography?

A: Yes, we have experience in many fields of photography.

Q: Do you shoot Quinceaneras, Debutants, Bah Mitzvahs, or Corporate Events?

A: Yes. These are all considered ‘event photography.’ We have chosen to focus and excel at wedding and event photography, and we would love to cover your celebration.

STYLE AND QUALITY QUESTION

Q: Can I see a full event from start to finish?

A: Of course you may! We pride ourselves on the consistency of our work. We understand all photographers post their best shots from each wedding on their websites so it’s hard to determine how well he or she will perform on the wedding day. That is why we encourage all of our potential clients to view full events from all photographers they meet with to see how well the photographer performs throughout the day.

Q: My venue is very dark. How does your studio handle these situations and can I see samples?

A: We have shot in the darkest of dark chapels and reception halls so no need to worry! If the situation allows, we will set up additional lighting to ensure we get focused pictures. Some chapels do not allow for flash photography; and for that reason, we shoot on camera’s with superb low-light performance and lenses with low apertures.

Q: Is there a style or quality difference among the photographers?

A: No. We take every measure to ensure consistent style and quality among our photographers. We have developed the unique style you see in our work over the years. Each shoot is reviewed and to ensure our quality and style are consistent. All mistakes, no matter how minor, are scrutinized by the team. We trust that the quality and style of photography you receive will be consistent. However, we do tailor our shooting style and techniques to our client requests. For example, some clients may prefer a light and airy look while others may prefer dramatic lighting and shadows.

POST PRODUCTION QUESTIONS

Q: Do you touch up all the images in our image download?

A: Yes we do. Every image we deliver is post produced with our unique signature style of post production. This involves color correction, exposure adjustment, selective black and white processing, clarity adjustments, tone-mapping, and other corrections. Many photographers will not post produce any images, or will only post produce “select” images from your wedding. This means that you may have pictures that are too dark, have strange skin tones or other common photography flaws.

Q: What do you mean by “touching up” the photos?

A: “Touching up” in our studio is the same as our signature (basic) post production. See the question below for clarification.

Q: What is the difference between advanced and custom; and why are there additional costs for custom retouch?

A: Advanced post-production includes touch ups such as removal of blemishes, removal of bags under eyes, removal of fly-away hairs, etc. On the other hand, custom post production is anything that requires extensive, custom work in Photoshop such as removing entire objects from the scene, changing the size and shape of body parts or other objects in the scene, adding objects to a scene and other custom work. We charge hourly for the custom post production as the time required ranges depending on the complexity of the project. Please contact our studio manager for a quote for custom post production.

Q: Do you shoot in JPEG, Small Raw, or Large Raw?

A: We shoot most of our images in Small Raw with certain situations where we move to Large Raw.

WEDDING DAY QUESTIONS

Q: How many hours do you suggest we set aside for wedding day photos?

A: Take a look at our Ideal Wedding Photography Timeline to see a detailed breakdown of how much time you would need to have set aside for your wedding photos.

Q: I have downtime between events on my wedding day. Will I be charged for that downtime?

A: For a variety of reasons, we have to charge for the time in between events. The fact is, we’re never truly resting during the day, whether we’re backing up images, setting up for the second venue, traveling to the second location, taking venue shots, or making up for lost photo time because of unforeseen wedding day delays. In many cases, we use that “downtime” to take you and your significant other out for a photo session or more family portraits.

Q: What happens if we go over the contracted amount of time?

A: We understand that not everything goes as planned during a wedding. We never pack up before the contracted time, and moreover we’re not leaving on the dot when the contracted time is up. Instead, we will ask you at the end of your contracted time whether or not you would like to extend. If you would like us to stay, we will charge the rates specified in your contract rounded to the closest 30-minute increment.

Q: Why do we need to charge for additional coverage?

A: We’ve dedicated the entire day to your wedding, so we won’t be racing off to catch other plans that evening. However, we need to charge for additional coverage primarily because there are costs of having the team stay for additional hours. The shooters and lighting assistants all require additional compensation. Furthermore, the additional photos taken will need to be post produced which adds to our overall costs.

ENGAGEMENT SESSION QUESTIONS

Q: When can we expect to see our photos from our engagement session?

A: Post production for engagement sessions are completed 6 weeks after the date of the shoot. If you require the images to be completed prior to four weeks after the date of the shoot, a rush process fee will be charged.

Q: When should we do our engagement session?

A: We encourage you to do your engagement session as soon as possible. The latest we suggest is at least ten weeks prior to the wedding date due to the time necessary to post produce each image (6 weeks) and complete your product order(s) (6 weeks). See the engagement session post production delivery time and engagement session product delivery time FAQ’s for more details.

Q: Can we schedule our engagement session for the weekend?

Because most weddings occur on weekends, we typically do not shoot engagement sessions on weekends. If you can only do your engagement session on a weekend, we can tentatively schedule your engagement session on a weekend, however, if a wedding is scheduled for that weekend later on, we will have to reschedule your engagement session. There will also be an additional charge for weekend engagement sessions because the few weekends we have free, we spend with our families. We also like to shoot on weekdays because locations are typically less crowded.

Q: How many images do you typically deliver from and engagement session? From a wedding?

We typically deliver anywhere from 50-70 images per 3-hour engagement shoot and for a wedding, we typically deliver 60-80 images per hour. Keep in mind these numbers may increase or decrease depending on the flow of the day and the number of events/activities needing to be captured.

Q: I’d like you to Photoshop our name and date into the save-the-dates, is that included in the package pricing?

Custom save-the-date images are priced at $250 per image and can be added on to any package through our website.

Q: When and where can we view our engagement pictures?

Your engagement session images will be completed no more than 6 weeks after the date of the shoot. If you require the images to be completed prior to 6 weeks after the date of your shoot, a rush edit fee of $250.00 will be charged.

ALBUMS, PRINTS, BOOKS QUESTIONS

Q: How long does it take to get my prints?

Product creation times vary, however, print orders will generally be completed within 6 weeks after the product order is submitted.

Similar to the post-production process, if you require rush processing, a fee of $250.00 will be charged. Additional fees for rush shipping may also apply.

Q: How long does it take to get my album?

As with our other products, production times vary. However, you can typically expect to receive your album 6 weeks after placing the order. The process prior to placing the order varies in duration depending on how quickly you respond to the instructions for the album design as well as the amount of changes you request after the initial designs. Some brides complete this within a month or two; others take over a year.

Similar to the post-production process, if you require rush processing, a fee of $250.00 will be charged. Additional fees for rush shipping may also apply.

Q: How long does it take to get my sign-in book?

The sign-in book takes around 6 weeks to print after the order is submitted. As with the album, the time it takes to get the order ready for print depends on how quickly you respond to our instructions and how many changes you request.

Similar to the post-production process, if you require rush processing, a fee of $250.00 will be charged. Additional fees for rush shipping may also apply.

Q: How many pages and images do we get in our wedding day album?

A: Our signature Dreams2Reality Studios album contains 30 pages and 80+/- images. If you’d like to add more pages and images, each additional page can be added at additional cost and includes the design time/revisions.

Q: Can I add more pages and images to my album?

A: Each additional page can be added for additional cost and includes the design time/revisions.

Q: Do you guys provide framing services as well?

A: We do not provide framing services, however, we can provide you with recommendations on where to purchase and frame your images.

IMAGE DOWNLOAD QUESTIONS AND LEGAL QUESTIONS

Q: What size can we print our photos up to with our full resolution image download?

A: In most cases, you can print your photos up to 20×30 without any quality loss. If you’d like to print larger than 20×30, additional post-production will be required. For pricing on these services, please contact our studio.

Q: What rights do I have to the digital prints?

A: You have the right to reprint images whenever you want. However, you may not sell your images for profit or publish your images without the written consent of Dream2Reailty Studios.

Q: Do you provide the RAW files from my engagement session and/or wedding day?

A: Each of our packages comes with a full resolution image download. However, we typically do not provide RAW (unprocessed) files from our shoots because we believe in delivering a finished product. In fact, we’re often shooting with the end (post-produced) product in mind. However, on occasion, we may provide RAW images along with our post-produced JPG’s for an additional fee and restrictions.

Q: How many images do you deliver on the image download?
A: For a 3 hour engagement session we typically deliver 50-70 images and for a wedding we typically deliver 60-80 images per hour of coverage. Keep in mind these numbers may increase or decrease depending on the flow of the day and the number of events/activities needing to be captured.

Q: Do you provide the digital negatives after the shoot?

A: Yes we do. All of our packages come with Full Resolution image download.

Q: What if I lose my images?

A: There is a $50 replacement charge for additional downloads after the event has been archived. We strongly suggest you make at least one copy of the download when you receive it from us.

BUSINESS INSURANCE AND IMAGE BACKUP QUESTIONS

Q: Do you back up our images? How can we ensure that our images won’t be lost?

A: We have never lost an image from a wedding due to the following backup workflow for each our events:
During the shoot, we back up on an Epson External Hard Drive after each major event throughout the day. This leaves one copy on the CF cards and creates one copy on the Epson External Hard Drive. After the shoot, we back up the CF card to a local server set up in a RAID 1 configuration. Once the images are completed, we upload the images to an offsite location and burn another copy for our archives. At any given point, there are two copies of the files.

Q: Do you have liability insurance?

A: Yes. Many venues require the photographer to have Liability Insurance. So before hiring Uncle Joe, make sure he’s covered.

MEETING POLICY QUESTIONS

Q: We live out-of-town. Is it possible for our family/friends to meet with you instead?

We’d love to meet your relatives, answer their questions and review our work with them. If possible, we’d like to at least webcam with you to get to know you better.

Q: We’re very busy and won’t be able to meet. Are there any other options?

A: We would love to meet with you prior to our engagement shoot or wedding; however, if you’re too busy or too far away, we can handle everything remotely. Just let us know what information you need and we will do our best to accommodate your request. For example, if you would like to see more of our work, we can gladly show you complete events online. If you would like to talk about packages and get a sense of the photographer’s personality, telephone calls, and webcam appointments can be arranged.

Q: Do you travel to meet clients?

A: Due to the limitations of our schedule, we currently do not travel to meet clients. If you would like to schedule a meeting, please contact our studio at 904.385.0419 or email @ Dreams2RealityStudios@gmail.com

Q: How do I set up an appointment to meet you in person and see some of your work?
A: Contact our studio at 904.385.0419 or email @ Dreams2RealityStudios@gmail.com

PAYMENT AND TAX QUESTIONS

Q: How do I reserve you for my date?
A: All dates are reserved once we receive your signed contract and deposit.

Q: What if we exceed our contracted time for our engagement shoot and/or wedding day coverage?
A: Standard rates apply for overtime. Overtime is billed at the rate of $300/hour per Master Photographer and $200/hour per Associate Photographer.

Q: Is there an additional fee if we pay via credit card?
A: Yes. The retail adjustment fee for all credit card transactions is 4% of the charged amount.

Q: If we cancel the wedding, will we receive our retainer fee back?
A: Unfortunately no. Retainer fees are used to reserve your date. Once we’ve reserved your date, we do not accept new clients for your date.

Q: If we change our wedding to a different date, will we be able to use our retainer fee towards a future date?
A: Generally no, but this is taken on a case by case basis. The reason for canceling and our availability is taken into account. Also, if rates change from your original date to your new date, the new rates will apply.

Why do you charge travel fees?
The primary purpose is to provide adequate compensation for our photographers and our lighting assistants for the additional time spent in travel. Trips to Daytona, for example, can take over an hour each way. This is time for which we have to compensate our team. For this reason, coupled with the costs of reimbursing the team for the actual costs of travel, these fees are unfortunately necessary.

Q: Do you offer any discounts on weekday weddings, Sunday weddings, or weddings during the off-season?

A: We do not offer discounts on Sunday weddings and off-season weddings. As you may know, wedding season is almost year round here in Florida. Because of that, we are shooting throughout the year. We also cannot offer discounts on weekday weddings as all of the costs (second shooter rates, etc.) associated with the wedding remain the same.

Q: If I pay for my package in cash will we be able to avoid paying sales tax or receive a discount?

A: Unfortunately, collecting in cash does not exempt a photography studio from paying Florida sales tax on the amount of the package price when a physical product is delivered, whether that product be an album or any other physical product. However, we do offer tax-free services and packages that fall within Florida Law if you would like a service only packages.

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