Okay, I have no idea how I'm going to get this all done. My cousin's daughter got married on Saturday, and I got to hang out with the photographer the whole time. There was a 3 hour gap between the wedding and reception - the wedding party hopped on a limo bus and rode into St. Louis for pictures. I went with. I have about 700 pictures. I deleted a bunch off my camera to make room. Stupidly I shot RAW + jpg for the first 270 pictures. That by itself is killing me (I'm in review mode right now, and having to go through those twice is annoying).
Anyhow, for those who have had to edit a LOT of pictures, how do you do it and stay sane?
I promised my cousin and the mother of the groom that I'd send them discs with pictures (they're still ordering from the photographer, I wasn't allowed to have his angle). This means that the majority will have to be converted to jpg. This is going to take a while.
Any advice on this one? I'm trying to narrow down the best, but it's HARD. Top that off with the fact that I deleted most of the bad ones as I went along because I was running out of room - this means there's more good ones than usual (please tell me that just made sense).
I can't wait to share some of them with you, along with posting about the overall experience. But that might take a while.
I have a maternity shoot and family shoot Fri/Sat - sure hope I'm done the wedding pictures by then!
Good thing school starts tomorrow - two kids out of the house for 8 hours will help.