My friend is using this studio for her wedding later this year. Her engagement photos turned out okay, but there was a problem with removing the unwanted background--her fiance's fingers looked like they were pointy! David Eric's wife assured my friend that the final blow up would be better. Let's hope.
Don't get me wrong, this guy takes good photos, but I think every photo, except the proof, that ends up in the hands of the customer should be near perfect. I'd be leary if it's not. Would you want to trust that your once in a lifetime photos are going to be perfect if the engagement photo didn't turn out right the first time? Especially for the price you have to pay!