Digital Product














full resolution images information










All the information provided is to help you get the most out of your images and make keepsakes to last through the generations.











saving your images





It is important to download your digital files and then back them up.  Per the contract that you signed at booking, I keep all files for three years.  After that, I am no longer responsible for archiving any files from your wedding.  I highly recommend backing them up in multiple locations (a minimum of the following 3):
1. on the cloud. I recommend Dropbox
2. on an external drive
3. as tangible prints















preserving your images





One of the most difficult things as an artist is handing over control of how the final product of your art will look. A lot of love goes into the entire wedding process – from our initial meeting to how the final images are edited – and using the right lab can make an enormous difference in the quality of the print. Every lab has a different way they produce color, contrast, and brightness and either make an image fine art or make an image poor quality.


Therefore, I highly recommend you use RICHARD PHOTO LAB.  You do not need to create an account.  Download their print app The images should not be color-corrected by Richard Photo Lab and I suggest printing on lustre or fine art paper. The aspect ratio of your prints are 4:3 (4.5×6, 9×12, etc will fit almost exact). Size options not in 4:3 ration will be cropped, but the app will let you adjust this prior to adding to your cart. Their fine art prints are a different quality than the ones I offer, which are only available to professionals.


Guidelines for protecting your prints:

1. Keep your print out of direct sunlight as this will shorten its life. Discuss using UV glass with your framer to help protect them.

2. Do not touch the surface of the print as this will transfer oils from your hands onto it. Hold them on their sides or rest them on a clean surface to admire before framing.

3. Heat and humidity can also shorten the life of your print. Try to keep them in a dry room at 70 degrees or less.

4. Consider matting your print before framing. It will protect the print and keep it from touching the glass where it can easily begin to stick over time.

5. Store any prints you do not frame in acid free containers and materials to avoid discoloration. Also, use vellum between each print to avoid surface scratches.















print release





Copyright and Licensing Notice:
The images that are being provided to you are licensed copies for any reasonable personal purposes, including but not limited to: printing, copying, emailing and social media publishing.  Your license does not include use that results in financial gain, including but not limited to: advertising, stock photography, print sale profits or resale of any nature.  Your purchase of the original files releases Rebecca Hollis Photography from any liability due to loss or damage of the images and also release Rebecca Hollis Photography from any obligation to maintain copies of digital files, image, or photograph.


Hollis Photography may revoke this license at any time and for any reason.  Rebecca Hollis Photography retains all copyrights to the images and derivative works thereof.  By using any of these images, you are agreeing to the above terms.


To whom it may concern:
Rebecca Hollis Photography has provided licensed copies of images to my clients.  Please allow him/her to use these images for prints or any non-commercial purpose.  If you have any question or concerns, please contact me.
















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