please check your contracts with your wedding photographers to make certain of copyrights re: your wedding photos.
silly me..........i thought just because that you "owned them", you have the right to post them. apparently that is not always the case.
some, NOT ALL, photographers have copyrights and do not allow them to be published without express written permission from the photographer.
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do you know other laws about getting photos that were taken but not given to us as the client? it would be tough to prove but our photographer showed us pictures that he took of our wedding day that he did not give to us on the CD. he know says he never took those but my husband and i sat down with him and he showed them to us. any thoughts?