You don’t have to spend a lot to have a really meaningful wedding day. Some people are under the misapprehension that the only way to have a beautiful day that you and everyone else is going to remember for the rest of your lives is to spend thousands of dollars. Well, I’m here to tell you that just isn’t true. There are many things that you can do to help reduce the costs of your wedding. After all there is absolutely no reason that anyone should have to go deeply into debt just to have a wedding to remember.
Every studio in Hollywood and the surrounding communities have their own stories. Universal has haunted soundstage “28”, known as “The Phantom” stage. Many horror films were partially filmed there, included “The Phantom of the Opera”. Many unexplained sitings have been reported. The stage is not open to the public as a few are in the area for the “tram tour”.
If you live in a fairly large town with a lot of waterfront, the chances are pretty good that cruises will be available. They usually last between 2 to 4 hours and can be VERY romantic! For an added touch, call and see if you can have something special lined up…a special song from the band or an anniversary announcement from the captain. It will make for an unforgettable experience!
Getting a good headshot doesn’t mean that you have to spend an arm and a leg. It’s a matter of finding the right Photographer to capture you on film, and the right re-touching artist to edit your flaws. If you are lucky, you will find a photographer that can do both. If you are really lucky, you will find a Maryland Photographer who will do both for under $150.
I could go on and on. Several reports have been made in documentaries and to the staff at the cemetery about seeing, “ghosts”, in different parts of the grounds. This is the oldest cemetery in Hollywood. It is large with some old sections with huge mausoleums with statues, marble floors and stained glass windows.
Now you have to carefully design your cover to best represent your book or software. You have to find the right graphic(s) that will support the title and enhance the perceived value of your ebook.
Getting closer to your subject is the number one reason you will want to use a telephoto lens. It can also be used in candid street photography to capture moments when people are unaware that they are being photographed. Photographing the moon is a popular past time and with a bit of care, usable photos can be achieved with a telephoto lens, a tripod and a cable release. Some post processing may be needed to bring out details. Remember though that the moon is probably the brightest object in the sky and you may need to decrease the aperture size to get the correct exposure. I have used f11 with success.
FYI Just so that you have a frame of reference, I’m a professional photographer and I have a six color ink jet that I paid less than $300 for and photo editing software that I paid less than $100. I print my 5 by 7 images for shows at 600 dpi.