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Postby amos » 16 May 2002, 12:33

Bri, after we chose the 100, she said each extra shot would be $NT500!!!. After haggling I think it worked out to be $475 a shot. Still toooooo expensive for my liking though.

I pretty much stayed out of negotiations, cause I didn't know what most people get. I know the origional quote was $42,000 for 3 big wall photos, the signature poster for our reception, about 100 thankyou cards, and invitation cards (dunno how many), 37 for our album, and about 130 odd shots were taken. Hah, never again. Hope this helps.

Good luck with that price you said, cause when your misses sees all those 'beautiful' shots, you'll have buckleys of keeping the count under 37, well if she's anything like myn anyway.
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Postby Bu Lai En » 18 May 2002, 04:20

I was told you got to keep the negatives. Did you? Or do you only get negatives of the shots you pay for? I guess that makes more sense. What I meant was how many shots are included in the original price/package. That's your 37 then is it? How many costumes did you get and was that the same for the photos and the wedding day?

Anyone had a good experience at a reasonably priced Taipei shop? We're off to an exhibition at the trade center tomorrow to have a look.

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Postby amos » 18 May 2002, 04:27

Bri, we had 6 changes of costumes. Started at 9am and finished at about 5.30. Had about 30 shots outside some museum and the rest indoors. My misses gets 4 costumes for the wedding in Taiwan, and then can take 2 (one white, one chinese) back to Australia for our second wedding. Negetives, dunno mate, will find out and repost later. Cheers Amos. Oh yeah, 37 shots was the origional figure. We could choose that many, but well, you know the story.
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