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The average wedding produces 14.5 tons of CO2 – more than the average person emits in an entire year. Would you like to minimize your wedding footprint?

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Real Wedding Photos

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When family, friends or associates want to know the best way to accomplish something technical, I am generally one of the first people they call. I have tested or used flickr, Picasa, SmugMug, Photobucket, Shutterfly, Kodak Gallery, and a number of other free and paid online tools. When it came time to host my own wedding photographs, I happily paid for The Wedding Lens’ service. Those other tools just aren’t designed to support group events, but the Wedding Lens is…from the ground up. We collected and organized close to 3,000 photographs from 20 different photographers in less than a week! As a self-proclaimed technologist, I rarely say that a service or technology is “the best there is.” However, when it comes to managing photos and videos for a wedding (or any other group event actually), The Wedding Lens is quite literally the best there is. It’s not even a close call, frankly. They are in a league of their own!

Gabriel and Joy | Miami Beach, FL

October 2009

· 3585 photos from 92 people