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Month: June 2017

Additional Features of Protection Against Spam

Add/modify/delete email accounts, adjust Spam filtering settings, set email forwarding, etc. Most email hosts will provide customers with an online control panel – make sure it will allow you to accomplish your goals in an efficient manner. Having to contact someone live at your email provider to make a simple change makes you dependent on third party schedules and priorities.

13. Large mailboxes and distributable storage
As Webmail and IMAP gain popularity and attachment sizes continue to grow, businesses need larger mailboxes to store more data on the Web. However, in many organizations, some employees need large mailboxes, some do not. We recommend looking for an email provider that offers a generous amount of storage space and allows you to upgrade on a per-user basis. This provides a cost-effective way to fulfill the needs of every type of email user within your company.

14. Documented API
If your business needs to integrate Webmail login and control panel functions with third party software applications, you will need to look for a provider that has a fully document Application Programming Interface (API). A documented API will allow you to seamlessly integrate the email functions with other Web service offerings.

15. Financial stability
When selecting an email provider, make sure the company is in a healthy financial position. Look for a provider that can display growth, profitability and positive cash flow. Most of the leading email providers are privately held, so most will not disclose detailed financials, but that should not stop them from providing general statements which for the most part, should tell you what you need to know.

16. Established clientele
Another way to determine the viability of your email host is to make sure they have a reputable customer base. Ask them who their customers are, and by all means, read their testimonials, case studies and press releases. These should provide you with good insight into what other fitness marketing agencies also used their services.

Ceremony Photo Location Poses

  • Groom kissing bride at the altar full length
  • ___ Groom kissing bride at the altar 3/4 pose
  • ___ Groom kissing bride at the altar tight head shot pose
  • ___ Groom putting ring on bride’s finger
  • ___ Bride putting ring on groom’s finger
  • ___ Bride and groom lighting candles, full length
  • ___ Bride and groom lighting candles, 3/4 pose
  • ___ Bride and groom’s hands with rings and flowers
  • ___ Bride and groom with officiator
  • ___ Bride and groom and bridal party with officiator
  • ___ Other missed shots during ceremony
  • ___ Bride with bridesmaids flowers around her
  • ___ Bride and groomsmen
  • ___ Groom with bridesmaids
  • ___ Bride and groom at church/temple door
  • ___ Bride and groom on the steps of church/temple
  • ___ Bride and bridesmaids on the steps of the church/temple
  • ___ Groom and groomsmen on the steps of the church/temple
  • ___ Group shots back inside church
    (Use church altar/steps, etc. as a studio)
  • ___ Bride and groom with bridal party standing
  • ___ Bride and groom with bridal party sitting
  • ___ Bride and groom with bridal party (alternating male and female)
  • ___ Bride and groom with all of the Brides family
    (as big as the bride would like to go)
  • ___ Bride and groom with brides immediate family
  • ___ Bride and groom with bride’s parents
  • ___ Bride with her parents
  • ___ Bride with her mother
  • ___ Bride with her father
  • ___ Bride and groom with all of the groom’s family
    (as big as the bride would like to go)
  • ___ Bride and groom with groom’s immediate family next to the wedding photo booth
  • ___ Bride and groom with groom’s parents
  • ___ Groom with his parents
  • ___ Groom with his mother
  • ___ Groom with his father
  • ___ Bride and groom with both sets of parents
  • ___ Bride and/or groom with special family members
    (e.g. favorite uncle, best friend, generations photograph, etc)
  • ___ Bride and groom leaving inside of church/temple/ceremony area
  • ___ Getting into car or limo
  • ___ Shot through the sun roof of the limo
  • ___ Shot while seated in limo
  • ___ Wide shot of church/ceremony site and limo
  • ___ Mood shots in and around the church/grounds and/or on the way to the weddings reception site.

 

Formal Pictures

  • ____ Portrait of mother and bride
  • ____ Portrait of father and bride
  • ____ Brothers and sisters and bride
  • ____ Group Shot of Bride and bridesmaids
  • ____ Individual shots of Bride with each bridesmaids

Reception

  • ____ Parent dance
  • ____ Bride and father dance
  • ____ Groom and mother dance
  • ____ Parents dancing
  • ____ Bridal party dancing
  • ____ Guest dancing
  • ____ Bride showing rings to bridesmaids
  • ____ General dancing shots (wide and close up)
  • ____ Flower girl and ring bearer together
  • ____ Candids of guests and bridal party as conditions permit
  • ____ Bride and groom posed in front of the cake
  • ____ Cutting the cake
  • ____ Bride and groom feeding cake to one another
  • ____ Bride faking the bouquet toss
  • ____ Bride throwing the bouquet
  • ____ The catch of the bouquet
  • ____ Groom taking off garter
  • ____ Groom and garter
  • ____ Groom throwing the garter
  • ____ The catch of the garter
  • ____ Group shot of bride & groom with the recipients of the bouquet and garter
  • ____ Guest leaving
  • ____ Posed departure shot of bride and groom (kissing, waving, etc.)
  • ____ Getaway car
  • ____ Bride and groom leaving reception area (birdseed, rose pedals)
  • ____ Bride and groom in car as it goes in to the distance.
  • ____ Close up of invitation
  • ____ Bride or Groom with special friends
  • ____ Bride or Groom with special relatives
  • ____ Picture of band or DJ

 

 

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