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Which Photos Can I Send Over For My Wedding Album?

September 30, 2015
Blog - Wedding Photo

Choosing your wedding photos can be as difficult as selecting your wedding dress. But before we go into your album layout, here are some of the common questions with regards to sending us your photos. How to submit photos, what kind of files are required, and questions on photo quality are all answered here.

How do I submit my photos to Your Truly?
You must upload your high-res image files directly to your Yours Truly account when prompted once we have your order information. We cannot accept CD’s, DVD’s, negatives or physical photographs.

What type of image files are required?
We accept only JPEG files. JPEG files are smaller and allow for a faster upload time. Images with file extensions such TIF, PSD, DNG, CR2, NEF, ARW, etc. not acceptable. There is a file size limit of 25mb per photo.

Do my photos need to be in any kind of order?
If you’ve already selected just the photos you want in your album, we’ll ask if they are sequenced by file name prior to uploading. Sequencing your photos can help insure a better first draft of your layout, however it is not mandatory.

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How many photos should I put in my album?
The average album has 100-110 photos. You can select anywhere from 50 to 200 photos.

Will you check my photo quality when designing the album?
Yes, our designers will make sure your photos are high quality enough to print properly in our albums.

Can I submit non-professional photos taken by an inexpensive camera or phone?
Yes, but it is not recommended. Non-professional photos may be pixilated, blurry and are not suitable for enlargement in your layout. These types of photos appearing alongside professional photos in your layout may look markedly inferior, as well.

Do my photos have to be in a digital format?
Yes, your photos must be digital. We do not accept negatives or physical prints.

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