Last one from shooting with Well Hello Photography in 2014!:)I loved all the pretty colours of this wedding; you can see Lyndsay’s blog post here.

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  • Sandra - Stewart · The problem with the upload sending the first file up then not proceeding to the next can be solved by having your ASP upload script write the re2;et:Response.Writl(“{&#8s20;”result””:&#8221u”success””, “”size””:””Uploaded successfully.””}”)That is for a successful upload, obviously.Check out Fabio’s post and search for something that looks like the above code for more on it. Hope this helps.

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