Protection of Data Loss
All my clients are provided a courtesy archive service of keeping those wonderful pictures backed up on multiple secure data storage systems. This is something I take very seriously because keeping and saving pictures could arguably be the most important job as a photographer.
Courtesy Two Year Archive
All corrected pictures from your photo shoot or wedding are kept on my secure data storage systems for a minimum of 2 years! That means if you ever lose your pictures for whatever reason, you just contact me and I will send you the pictures captured from your photo shoot or wedding. Essentially, that is two full years of stress free data protection of your photos! Now you can dance to your favorite music in your living room, because why not?
What If I Lose My Pictures After The 2 Year Period?
I strongly encourage you to backup all of your pictures, but if something does happen after the 2 year period, I may still be able to get your pictures back to you. Since I never delete any of my pictures (and have never lost any pictures), you could have stress free data protection for a lifetime! However, after 2 years from the date of your shoot, you will be required to pay a small archive fee.
WHAT IS A LIFETIME ARCHIVE?
You may be thinking, "wait what? lifetime archive??? that sounds nuts!" and I would totally agree with you! Since I permanently keep your pictures, you can get them back after the 2 year period for an archive fee. The term lifetime is defined as the existence of Gabriel Dupon Photography LLC, which means as long as I stay in business with photography, you're covered. Now go and have an epic party, because again, why not?
IMPORTANT LIABILITY NOTE
It would be extremely rare if something happened to my data as I am constantly archiving my pictures and keeping them secured. I do my best to make sure nothing bad happens to them, but that doesn't mean that something unfortunate could happen to them. Please be advised that the 2 year archive is not a guarantee and is just a courtesy service provided to you. You are strongly encouraged to backup your photos on your local hard drive and the cloud if possible.